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More magic from Meredith Kleinman

Posted on Thu, 16 Apr 2020 by midcenturyjo

“The Encino project was a full scale remodel including windows for east coast transplants so they could have their dream of a little bit of New England country in Los Angeles.”

A little East Coast dreaming on the West Coast by the talented Meredith Kleinman Design. Beautiful light, careful curation and simple, meaningful rooms without being cliched or cartoony. The perfect way to “live” on both  sides of the country.

Photography by Tessa Neustadt

When the kids fly the nest

Posted on Thu, 16 Apr 2020 by midcenturyjo

What happens when the kids fly the nest and you’re ready for a change? And what happens when you engage a talented interior designer to make that change a reality? Why nothing short of magic. Los Angeles based Meredith Kleinman has created a sophisticated and layered home with a strong sense of the owners’ personalities. Can I tell you I’m madly in love with that canopied bed and chinoiserie screen? Swoon. Encino Hills residence by Meredith Kleinman Design.

Photography by Tessa Neustadt

Green and blue

Posted on Tue, 24 Mar 2020 by KiM

This is bit more traditional than I typically gravitate towards, but the green and blue colour scheme that New York City based designer CeCe Barfield selected for this project is really beautiful. I’m also smitten with her “worldly” touches that adds an eclectic vibe.

Still chasing the real estate dream but this time I’m in the inner Sydney suburb of Woollahra eying off a small but stylish Victorian cottage full of charm, light and art work. Historical details and modern creature comforts make it a perfect city pad. Link here while it lasts.

 

European living in Ireland

Posted on Wed, 12 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

A celebration of European living with beautifully curated rooms flooded with light. Think linen and aged oak, soft colour palettes and attention to the finer details. Contemporary living embracing the old and all with the family at the heart … and hearth. By Dublin-based interior designer Minnie Peters.

Photography by Luke White