Displaying posts labeled "Traditional"

Art Deco inspiration

Posted on Mon, 18 May 2020 by midcenturyjo

It would be so easy to obliterate the past and slot a sleek contemporary kitchen and bathroom into this Art Deco apartment. It takes far more skill to bring all the necessities of modern living and still complement the original featues. Coogee apartment by Sydney-based interior design studio Decoroom.


An 1800’s farmhouse on Long Island

Posted on Fri, 15 May 2020 by KiM

Leaning towards traditional, this Long Island farmhouse is the perfect weekend refuge. Warm and earth tones set the stage and give off such a calm, peaceful aura. For the first phase of the renovation of an early 1800’s farmhouse on Long Island, we were brought in to bring back the architectural integrity and soul of our client’s home. While the house still had some important elements intact, much of the renovation was focused on adjusting the flow of the rooms and adding architectural bones where they had been removed. A weekend and summer house for a young family, our client desired a colorful palette that felt appropriate during all four seasons of the year. To that end, we filled the rooms with luxurious upholstered furniture that beckons you to sit down and stay while, meanwhile a curated collection of not-so-precious antiques and vintage pieces remind you to kick up your feet and enjoy your cocktail. Designed by Suzanne and Lauren McGrath.

A 1700’s period townhouse in London

Posted on Sun, 10 May 2020 by KiM

A bit of period magic for your Sunday viewing pleasure. This early 1700’s townhouse in Spitalfields, London is everything you could dream of in a home from that era. Left virtually untouched, as it should be, it is a step back in time with old floorboards, stone, brick, shutters, windows, beadboard, moldings and all the good things. Available as a location home via Shoot Factory.

Norcross and Scott Home

Posted on Thu, 7 May 2020 by KiM

Whether leaning towards traditional or modern, Chicago based design firm Norcross and Scott Home create welcoming dwellings that are functional and thoughtfully curated. I am quite fond of their more traditional spaces and can’t seem to tear myself away from the photo above. Love all the treasure in that space!

More traditional + contemporary

Posted on Thu, 23 Apr 2020 by KiM

Another take on traditional meets modern in this elegant home designed by Carmiña Roth. With a backdrop of white, the antiques and artwork really pop and make the wonderfully eclectic spaces uplifting.