Back in 2015 I featured the home of the very talented interiors photographer Debi Treloar, that was available for photo shoots via jj Locations. While perusing their site the other day I noticed it is still listed, but seems to have had a bit of a makeover since my last post. The flooring in the kitchen/living room area is now polished concrete which I LOVE, and the kitchen has a darker, moodier colour palette which I prefer to the previous version. Debi has such a knack for working with vintage finds and maintaining original details. Such a gorgeous home.
Old meets new in this bright, eclectic 100 year old home of designer Jonathan Steinitz and his husband located in Columbus, Ohio. This is what I love to see – people appreciating the history of a home and working hard to restore original features. Here they re-exposed some beautiful worn brick and original hardwood flooring. The white walls really accentuate these elements and some modern mixed with vintage furnishings really add personality.
Poodle & Blonde. A step back to retrolicious times. Featuring a PINK BATHROOM that I would never want to update, and 2 of the most rad beds I have ever seen. Available as a location home through JJ Media Group/JJ Locations
I would have never in a million years guessed this was a townhouse in Notting Hill, London. But it makes total sense once learning this home was designed by the gurus of the reclaimed, the salvaged, the well-worn. Retrouvius, you’ve created magic converting this city home into a piece of history. Lime-washed walls, a marble sink from Turkey, silk fabric from Fez, pine planks from a cheese factory, a 15th century fireplace, onyx from a bankrupt chimney shop and many other treasures make this home truly unique.
I sometimes feel the industrial interior trend has been completely overdone. But every once in a while a project catches my eye and I realize I still appreciate the moodiness and reusability of this style. Such as Pallet restaurant in Salt Lake City designed a few years ago by the consistently awesome cityhomeCOLLECTIVE. I’d LOVE to enjoy an evening here (post-pandemic of course).