Displaying posts labeled "Television"

I absolutely loooove what Kate Abt did to this stunner of home in Washington, DC with Notting Hill vibes. It’s casual and has great flow, and with some features that appear to be original really taking centre stage (like those hardwood floors!). But I am mostly smitten with the kitchen. The cabinetry and the layout is so interesting and functional. Dreamy!!! (Photos: Stacy Zarin Goldberg)

A sophisticated curation

Posted on Tue, 3 May 2022 by midcenturyjo

“Designed by Joshua Nimmo of Nimmo Architecture with interior design and styling by Joshua Rice Design, the emphasis on natural wood gives warmth to an otherwise all-glass house. Furthermore, an array of carefully-curated objects and vintage furniture pieces sets the tone for this sophisticated contemporary residence.”

A multi-generational home where sustainability is as important as sophistication. Beautifully decorated with a mid century riff the glass and concrete rooms are warmed with wood accents and modern art.

A modern, sculptural home in Texas

Posted on Tue, 23 Nov 2021 by KiM

I really love the bright, neutral, modern vibes happening in this Texas home designed by Amanda Brooke. The entertainment feature wall is a brilliant design choice, with built-in lighting and storage, and the brass accents in the kitchen with matching marble is gorgeous. (Photos: Jack Thompson)

Revisiting under the stairs

Posted on Fri, 6 Aug 2021 by midcenturyjo

A few months back I shared an ingenious bike storage idea in a London mews house. The property designed by Studio Mackereth is now for sale through The Modern House (here) and we get to see the rest of this stylish and clever home. Slide-away hide-away kitchen, hidden television and of course those stairs.

Making your everyday a Sunday

Posted on Sun, 19 Apr 2020 by KiM

Since it is Sunday and none of us have been able to enjoy a meal at a restaurant in weeks, I thought I would share this quirky Bangkok restaurant called Sundays, where their motto is “Making your everyday a Sunday”. It is filled with colour and art and random vintage bits and bobs, and is overflowing with personality and creativity. I would absolutely love to be hanging out here right now enjoying a meal. Via Yatzer, photos by Chaovalith Poonphol.