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On a mission

Posted on Fri, 21 Jan 2022 by midcenturyjo

“The project reflects and celebrates the current mood of formality and grandeur, authenticity and age in the face of social media fame and laidback luxury fatigue, setting a new standard for interior decoration and legacy architecture.”

Legacy architecture. I really like that idea. Mission Statement by Sydney-based Studio Kate.

A charming holiday cottage

Posted on Thu, 20 Jan 2022 by KiM

Now this is a cottage vibe I can get behind! Whimsical, a bit country but with some more modern touches, super casual and relaxed where no one cares if you forgot to take your shoes off. Bridlepath Berkshire holiday cottage designed by Turner Pocock.

I am in love with every detail of this Georgian townhouse designed by London-based Barlow & Barlow. A bunch of fun colours (as they do), tons of great built-in storage in almost every room, a to die for outdoor courtyard, a cool velvet wrapped cinema room in the basement (I need this in my next home), so bold and liveable and such great energy.

A London townhouse by Riona Dundas

Posted on Fri, 14 Jan 2022 by KiM

Such a wonderful colour palette and overall youthful and invigorating vibes in this London townhouse designed by Riona Dundas. I am taking note of the marble bathtub surround in the pink bathroom – so pretty! (Architecture: A&A Architects; Photography: Simon Brown)

A colourful family home

Posted on Tue, 4 Jan 2022 by KiM

Notting Hill based design firm Barlow & Barlow embraced colour in this project for a fashion stylist who appears to take family life pretty seriously. 😉 This home has such a great energy for children to grow up in and is so lively and whimsical. I’d take this over stuffy and over-done any day.