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Modern white

Posted on Mon, 14 Dec 2020 by midcenturyjo

As you navigate through the series of pavilions, the spaces expand and compress, both horizontally and vertically creating joyful moments for the young family as they go about their everyday life.

Modern beach side living done right. Woorak House Palm Beach by CM Studio.

Photography by Prue Ruscoe

The beauty of white

Posted on Mon, 14 Dec 2020 by midcenturyjo

Calm, balanced, refined. Timeless interiors carefully curated. Understated, elegant and oh so English. Notting Hill Villa by Rose Uniacke.

Alison Giese Interiors

Posted on Wed, 9 Dec 2020 by KiM

Alison Giese Interiors based in San Antonio is all about creating eclectic yet timeless homes with soul. Liveable, comfortable, with a level of class that will endure. This first kitchen is so simple yet gorgeous with a hint of Parisian café chic. Stashing it away in my inspiration folder as I am on the hunt for ideas for my eventual kitchen renovation that needs to highlight my new art deco light fixtures.

Through a stained glass window

Posted on Tue, 8 Dec 2020 by midcenturyjo

A classic Madrid apartment with soaring ceilings and grand windows, carefully curated and monochromatic. Restrained, refined and just when you thought a tad predictable a contemporary stained glass window enlivens the space, adding whimsy and wonder. By Patricia Bustos Studio.

Photography by Montse Garriga for Ediciones Conde Nast S.A.

A granny flat in the front yard

Posted on Fri, 4 Dec 2020 by midcenturyjo

“An existing single level studio space was replaced with a small self-contained dwelling comprising a ground floor living space, kitchenette and bathroom with a bedroom on a mezzanine level. The form was generated from the complexities of the available space between large existing trees, privacy and set-back requirements. A material palette was generated from a desire to reference the existing house while timber, steel and brickwork are used in a compositional form to introduce a previously lacking street presence. A plywood lined interior gives a sense of calm and cohesion to the multi-faceted form. “

We often tuck the granny flat out the back but look at the magic you can create when available space and its constraints force you to think outside the box. Love this little annex by Sydney-based Watershed Design.

Photography by Simon Whitbread