Displaying posts labeled "Vignette"

More Moore House Design

Posted on Thu, 14 Oct 2021 by KiM

Because I am now smitten with the easy-going, timeless, neutral style of Moore House Design I thought I would share an assortment of other spaces by this talented firm. Photos: Erin Little, Erin McGinn, Zach Dezon.

Mieke ten Have

Posted on Fri, 8 Oct 2021 by KiM

Mieke ten Have is an interiors stylist, design writer, and creative consultant who has worked for many top magazines such as Vogue, Elle Decor, Architectural Digest, House & Garden and others. Her talent as a stylist is obvious given these exceptional spaces. What I would do to have her wander my home and work her magic.

Photos: Ricardo Labougle, Douglas Friedman, Stephen Kent Johnson, Sam Frost, Mikkel Vang, Simon Upton, Matthew Williams, William Abranowicz, Pernille Loof, William Waldron, Thomas Loof, Scott Frances, Ricardo Labougle, Noe de Witt

A designer’s home in Barcelona

Posted on Wed, 29 Sep 2021 by midcenturyjo

A designer however creative feels the constraints of a client’s brief. Very few are given carte blanche. That is of course except for their own homes. Juan Moreno Lopéz-Calull is the founder and designer at John Brown Projects, a Barcelona-based interior design firm and art consultancy and this is his vibrant home. Statement chairs, pops of colour (check out the multi coloured cornice), an iron doorway and art, art and more art. Fun, fresh and fabulous.

Dark and moody vintage heaven

Posted on Tue, 31 Aug 2021 by KiM

My love of all things dark. moody and full of texture and patina with lots of vintage will never ever waiver. And why my love of the style of designer Sean Anderson will also never waiver. When he goes dark he does it so incredibly well, and unlike any other designer I know. This home in Tennessee is packed with character and drama and I could stare at these beautiful spaces for hours. (Photos: Haris Kenjar)

Colour vs white and grey

Posted on Wed, 28 Jul 2021 by KiM

Back in 2017 Jo shared some spaces that were done in rich yet muted colours by Belgian designer Natalie Haegeman. I was perusing her portfolio and was mesmerized by both her colourful and neutral spaces and wanted to share some more of her work here. So moody with lots of antiques and textures and patinas. Brilliant.

Photography: Claude Smekens, Guy Obijn & Bieke Claessens