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A refurbished Victorian home in London

Posted on Fri, 22 Jan 2016 by KiM

How about a fabulously refurbished Victorian home for your Friday viewing pleasure. This home has been made over into 2 maisonette apartments and fortunately many of the original details like the moldings (*SWOON*) have been left intact. Featuring chevron-laid hardwood and some gorgeous marble fireplaces, this is a beauty, and for sale via Domus Nova.

A marriage of eras

Posted on Thu, 14 Jan 2016 by midcenturyjo

When a classic Art Nouveau era house with beautiful windows and amazing old tile floors meets ultra contemporary furniture and fittings a little magic happens. What could have been a mish mash of conflicting styles instead is super stylish and super cool. Lesseps House by Barcelona-based Meritxell Ribé and The Room Studio.

Packington Street

Posted on Thu, 14 Jan 2016 by midcenturyjo

Clean lines and a classic colour palette of black and white warmed with wood tones combine to create a stylish contemporary home in Melbourne by design firm Hunter & Richards. But it’s the details that take it to the next level. Love the stone and stainless steel kitchen and the bespoke joinery throughout.

Heather A Wilson encore

Posted on Tue, 12 Jan 2016 by midcenturyjo

Like a flower stretching to the sun the owners of this old house in Charleston, South Carolina craved light and a connection to the outdoors. Enter architect Heather A Wilson and interior designer Jen Langston. Now this family friendly renovation has lashings of light and bags of style. You can see our previous posts on Heather here and here.