Displaying posts labeled "White"

A black and white beach side getaway

Posted on Fri, 21 Jun 2019 by midcenturyjo

Two days ago I had us all running away to the spa region of Victoria. We were renting houses and indulging (or should that be overindulging) in the local delights. Today nothing much has changed except the location. We’re off to the coastal wonderland that is Byron Bay in northern New South Wales and I’m not sure about you but I’m staying at one of the Byron Beach Abodes. The Chapel in fact. 100-year old exposed bricks, timber beams, concrete floors and raw steel staircase. A mix of old and new furnishings, vaulted ceiling and dramatic draped curtains, hand-woven carpets and fine linens. Tempting enough?

Birgitte Pearce Design

Posted on Thu, 20 Jun 2019 by KiM

I love the relaxed, somewhat Scandinavian approach to design of New Jersey based Birgitte Pearce. These spaces make me want to sink in to them and never leave.

A minimalist adobe house

Posted on Mon, 17 Jun 2019 by midcenturyjo

“An indoor-outdoor space filled with art and soft textures to create a sanctuary closely linked to the earth.” That’s what Californian interior designer Corinne Mathern wanted to create with this renovation of a 3 bedroom adobe villa in Mission Cannon, Santa Barbara. An oasis of calm (with a touch of brutalism), monochromatic and minimalist, earthy and sophisticated.

Sean Anderson keeps it light

Posted on Wed, 12 Jun 2019 by KiM

(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)

In case dark doesn’t do it for you (what is wrong with you??? 😉 ) here are some light spaces by Sean Anderson to remind you how well he does it.

(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)
(Photo: Alyssa Rosenheck)

White walls are the canvas

Posted on Tue, 11 Jun 2019 by midcenturyjo

White walls are the canvas on which Barcelona-based designers Cobalto Studio layer texture and colour to create a stunning interpretation of Mediterranean living.  Think rustic yet sophisticated, bold yet calming, washed with light and cultural references.

Photography by Pablo Zamora