Displaying posts labeled "Neutral"

Modern elegance in LA’s Brentwood

Posted on Fri, 18 Jan 2019 by midcenturyjo

It’s all about a modern elegant style. Strong and confident, easy going but chic. Light pours in through large windows or doors that can be flung open to the outdoors. Exquisite finishes, attention to detail, clean lined yet devoted to comfort and easy living. A timeless sanctuary in Brentwood by MLK Studio.

  

  

  

  

  

A neutral Bridgehampton estate

Posted on Thu, 17 Jan 2019 by KiM

Elena Frampton and her architecture, design and art advisement team at Frampton Co typically bring on the funk in their boldly graphic, highly artful spaces but this Bridgehampton estate is not that. And I love it just as much as say, this project, or this one. It’s modern farmhouse style with a calming, neutral colour scheme and art to coexist harmoniously.

Beachside chic in Chicxulub

Posted on Wed, 16 Jan 2019 by midcenturyjo

An asteroid may have crashed into the Yucatán Peninsula at Chicxulub many, many years ago but this beachside residence in the same town by Mexican designer Sofía Aspe packs just as much punch. (I know. I know. Lousy pun.) Chic and sophisticated yet relaxed with a touch of rustic. Right now I’m daydreaming of sipping cool drinks in the seaside cabana.

 

 

A modern ski chalet

Posted on Fri, 21 Dec 2018 by KiM

Tip #1 for how to deal with winter (the kind of winter that involves below freezing temperatures and lots of snow): find yourself the coolest chalet to hang out it, and take in the views of the snow covered mountains while standing 3 inches from the fireplace. This place will do just fine. Designed by Laurence Simoncini.

More of Laurence’s work here and here

Beach apartment in Spain

Posted on Thu, 20 Dec 2018 by midcenturyjo

Not your typical beach apartment but then again Cobalto Studio are not your typical interior designers. The Barcelona-based firm is equally as talented when it comes to art direction, set design, event concept design and prop styling. The apartment has a zen-like, rough luxe feel while paying homage to the traditional Spanish vernacular. Definitely not your mass produced holiday let look.Perfect for your stylish seaside getaways.

Photography by Pablo Zamora for AD Spain.