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Wednesday
Apr062011

Living In Harmony 

I guess you might have noticed my weakness for everything Midcentury. It is a style rich in design that never gets old. No matter its age, a Midcentury piece of furniture will always look current and will fit seamlessly in any decor. That's why this exquisite flat renovated and designed by Mikel Irastorza had me at hello. He's known for injecting harmony, balance and sensitivity into his projects by fusing the old with the new and adding sophistication in every space he designs. The guest bedroom has a very welcoming feeling with its soft tones and delicious textures perfect for a midday nap. His use of pendant lights over the nightstands is a great idea to keep them clutter-free, and serve as the perfect frame for the bold photograph by Korean artist Kyungwoo Chun that hangs over the bed.

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Thursday
Mar242011

A Jewel From the 50's

This magnificent and spacious flat in the center of Barcelona is a classic example of the great architecture from the 50's. Such style was the inspiration for the team of interior designers Patrizia Casarini and Mónica Colominas, who decided to keep most of the apartment's features intact. The only drastic change was made in the kitchen, where they combined three different areas and transformed them into a modern and more efficient area. The mix of styles, furniture and colors is splendid — they flow harmoniously throughout the many rooms. The designers also chose to use curtains in the same tone of the walls and trims in order to visually expand the space. I love how they showcased a variety of textures and fabrics: from plain canvas, rich damask and velvets to unexpected furs. But for me, the highlight of this pad is the oversized artwork, behind the orange Louis XV settee, depicting the back of a matador. It's to die for.

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Monday
Feb282011

Lost City Found

If you're a Mid-Century design aficionado, Lost City Arts is a recently found treasure to drool about. Established in 1982, this mod emporium is recognized internationally as a leading source of restored and original 20th century design furniture, lighting and accessories. Its owner, James Elkind, travels around the globe in a hunt for dashing gems to sell in his Manhattan shop. Named “Best Mid-Century Modern Furniture” by New York Magazine, the fabulous “City” is truly the place to discover unique and rare pieces. I really had a blast navigating throughout their fantastic collection. So here's a sampling of what you can expect to find in their impressive showroom.

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Friday
Jan212011

Birds of Many Feathers

This colorful and cheery print will make any rainy day a bit brighter — and even for us New Yorkers, it will make this snowy Friday a little less gloomy. These seducing Mid-century Modern posters, by painter/illustrator, interior and graphic designer, and overall design addict Dee Adams, are a must-have for us mod lovers. I'm so digging the fabulous patterns, geometric shapes and the color combo of the whole collection. If you're in the market for some great artwork to dress up your walls —and at a very accessible price— this is your ticket. So put everything down and go here to get your hands on one of these before they fly out the door.

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Tuesday
Nov302010

The Brick House Project

What started as a renovation of a 1951 foreclosed brick house
in Hemet, California has turned into a blog, The Brick House, about products, great finds and design inspiration. Morgan Satterfield and her boyfriend Jeremy Chlebik started the remodeling back in 2008 and it's still a work in progress. For Morgan it seems like it'll probably never end — and that's a good thing!. “I'm going to be tweaking the house forever. We do almost everything ourselves with help from family and friends on lucky occasions. I'm typically in charge of the overall design and make all the decisions. I look for inspiration in thrift stores, in movies, books, on other blogs, from friends, etc”, she says.

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