I will always be a fan of mid-century style homes. Their open concept, angled ceilings and large windows make for such dramatic spaces. This home was built in 1955 and had never been renovated. Mark Ashby Design and Rick +Cindy Black Architects worked together to bring this home back to life, adding terrazzo floors throughout, redesigned the kitchen + sunken den + bathrooms and added a bathing sunroom.
Photos: Clay Grier
This 1930’s semi-detached, 6 bedroom home in London is something I can definitively get behind as it is filled with some of my favourite things. Mid-century vintage furnishings, an epic plant wall, crittall windows, ballsy floral stair carpet and dreamy tile bathrooms. Available as a location home via Shoot Factory.
This ski house in Utah exudes so much exuberance and whimsy, that starts in the entrance with a dipped painting, and was clearly inspired by Josef Frank textiles. Mid-century vibes and lots of colours round out this home and make it such a fun place to chill. Designed by Redmond Aldrich.
Photos: Lindsay Salazar
“Scott’s landscape designs are borne out of an intuitive ability to connect with the interior ‘heart’ of the home; resulting in an exterior environment that flows naturally, stylishly and serenely from this core.”
A stellar house and a stunning landscape.