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Located in the heart of the picturesque historic centre of Olot, this majestic three-storey manor house evokes the elegance and charm of the early 20th century. With a total built area of 702 square metres and situated on a plot of 985 square metres, this property offers a perfect blend of history and modernity. Original architectural elements, carefully preserved, such as ornamental mouldings, mosaic floors, and guillotine windows, add character and authenticity to every corner. A total of 18 rooms and 4 complete bathrooms spread across its various levels. Additionally, this property boasts an extensive garden and orchard.
A home so full of character and history and such beautiful details I had to share despite it being unfurnished. Incredible opportunity to have so much space and be right in the heart of the city (pros and cons to that mind you). For sale for €750,000 via Lucas Fox.

Since March of 2020, Electric Bowery Principal Cayley Lambur and her young family have taken up residence in Big Sur, CA, bringing new life to this Mickey Muennig gem. The main house has been restored and updated to celebrate connection to the outdoors, local organic materials. The renovation of the existing main house required a thoughtful reconfiguration of spaces internally, including the custom kitchen. A warm and earthy palette is carried through the home, layering textures and natural materials, old & new. The consistent use of redwood paneling throughout the home offers the experience of bringing the outside inwards, contrasted and complemented by the incorporation of color through art, tile and textiles. A trailer on the property was restored and renovated to accommodate additional guest quarters, and further modified to create an office space outside of the main house for remote work.
I love the warmth of a home clad in wood. Such a great cabin/cottage vibe that would keep you feeling cozy through winter (though not so much a concern in California, eh). This home is stepped up a notch or two with some really cool furnishings.

A jewel box for a jeweller

Posted on Mon, 3 Jun 2024 by midcenturyjo

Designed for a jewellery designer, Montaigne is a 240m² flat by the Uchronia collective. Think straight lines, angles, octagon and trapezoid custom furniture inspired by precious stones and colour, lots and lots of jewel-like colour. This Haussmannian interior in Paris’s 8th arrondissement is a true gem, with every detail meticulously thought out, polished, and crafted.

A bright and colourful modern home

Posted on Thu, 30 May 2024 by midcenturyjo

Studio Ashby‘s latest project is a colourful, light-filled modern home that beautifully balances vibrancy and elegance. Large windows flood the space with natural light, bold eclectic furnishings and art pieces create a lively atmosphere while thoughtful design elements ensure comfort and functionality.

Photography by Kensington Leverne.

A transformed West Village townhouse

Posted on Wed, 29 May 2024 by KiM

This 5 story townhouse in the West Village has such cool features – exposed brick, wide plank wood floors, exposed beams, a massive 2 story set of windows at the back, skylights…. paired with some iconic vintage furnishings and African artwork it’s a really unique, and loungey sanctuary for this family. Designed by Margaux Lafond. Photos: William Jess Laird. Styling: Mariana Marcki-Matos.