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Clark House

Posted on Tue, 19 Mar 2019 by midcenturyjo

The original house is heritage listed but the modern day home, while respecting its 19th century roots, reaches into the 21st.

“The extension is in fact highly contemporary with a palette of grey black and white delivered as long, horizontal planes. Stark black and white artworks, black steel framed windows and an abundance of white walls mimic the palette of the heritage portion without mimicking style. The continuation of a loose collection of contemporary and traditional furnishings further ties the two portions.”

Clark House in East Melbourne by SJB.

A beautiful oasis

Posted on Fri, 15 Mar 2019 by midcenturyjo

Sometimes you need a beautiful oasis away from this crazy, crazy world. I’ll be curled up on that sofa staring out the doors. Calm and cocooned in a elegantly relaxed home Connecticut House by Billy Cotton.

The Naked Fox

Posted on Mon, 11 Mar 2019 by midcenturyjo

Is the weekend really over? Time for a little Monday virtual getaway. We’re off to the inner Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst, the perfect base for shopping, coffee sipping and people watching. Where are we staying? The Naked Fox, the latest offering from boutique luxury holiday accommodation purveyor Contemporary Hotels. It’s a stylish art deco apartment perfect for dropping your bags and heading out or bringing back old friends and new for a drink. Fabulous art, dark wood furniture with immaculate white covers and a clever mirrored wall.

A holiday villa in Mykonos

Posted on Thu, 28 Feb 2019 by KiM

A vacation in Mykonos would be a dream come true. Spending it in a house like this would be EPIC! By one of my absolute favourite designers, Hubert ZandbergA re-vamp of a project we first did years ago for one of our longstanding clients and friend, urban jewellery designer Diane Kordas. The villa is now the perfect setting for home entertaining with its touches of glamour from the 60s and 70s creating a luxurious feel, but still in keeping with the client’s desire for a clean, contemporary, casualness – a retreat of barefoot luxury.

(My last feature of Hubert’s work is here if you want to keep the eye candy flowin’!)

Darlinghurst Terrace

Posted on Mon, 25 Feb 2019 by midcenturyjo

Take a narrow inner city Sydney terrace house. Strip it to its stone walls and carefully construct a minimalist dream home. A limited colour palette of black and white tempered by sandstone walls and blonde timbers provides the perfect stage for statement furniture pieces and lighting. What could be stark instead is full of beautiful vignettes. Darlinghurst Terrace by Tom Mark Henry.