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Subtle Nuances in a Beautiful Mid-Century Inspired Home


Why hello there! Everything's been so rushed today - and then I discovered the home of historian Tara Mayer in the moutains in North Vancouver, and everything came to a grinding halt. As pared-back spaces go, this one is breathtaking! If you love incredible architecture, rich textures (light wood, concrete, marble, wool...), neutral nuances, mid-century furniture and worldly art pieces, you're in for a real treat! Relax, put your feet up and enjoy!


Concrete floors add a surprising amont of texture to a space, even so, a fluffy, cosy rug like this beni ourain (this one* is similar) is a must!

Be still my beating heart! Just how beautiful is this marble kitchen sink?! I love the wooden worktop too (do you think it slides?).

I am currently collecting handmade ceramics for my own kitchen - but seeing Tara's it looks like I've got a long way to go! They look so pretty as a complete collection, don't you think?



I love how Tara has used simple oyster and cream sheepskins to cushion the mid-century furniture - they add just the right amount of softness to the space. 
 

Get the look


1. Carl Hansen & Son CH25 Easy chair
2. Custom made Beni Ourain rug 
3. Nambé Kyoto Tea Pot*
4. Notary ceramics

Isn't this space beautiful?! I hope you enjoyed the tour as much as I did.

If you'd like to read a full interview and see more pics - check-out this feature over at Jenni Kayne.

Have a lovely evening!

Niki

All photos by Gillian Stevens.
 



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. I am swooning over this house. Absolutely swooning. I can hardly believe it's someone's home, and not an amazing showroom or.... I just LOVE it. Great find.

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    1. It’s incredible! The only problem is, it makes me want to completely change my entire home!!

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  2. exquisite.....serene, so hard to put in words....like living on a cloud.

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    1. I can’t tell you how much I wrote and then re-wrote the words in this post - and still couldn’t quite give it justice! It’s such a beautiful home!!

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  3. Never thought marble and wood goes so well together! Kitchen is awesomely beautiful:)

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  4. Ah great home. I'm so glad somebody else has as much sheep skin in their home as I do. What an inspiring space. Perfectly curated.

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  5. Anders Mårtensson3 September 2018 at 14:10

    I absolutely love the dining table, but I'm having trouble locating it. Anyone out there that knows what table it is?

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