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Bronnie Masefau

Australian interior designer Bronnie Masefau's work is all about the family. In fact she embraces it whole heartedly. Home as sanctuary, home as hearth, home as centre of it all. It's about gathering at the kitchen table to share meals and life stories, leaving the outside world at the door, homework spread across desks, someone practicing musical scales in a family room. Nothing precious in her designs except those who live in them and that makes them very special.

Reader Comments (7)

Inspiring rooms & solutions, very nice atmosphere throughout. Thanks for sharing :)

17 Jul 2012 | Unregistered Commenteranordinarywoman.net

ohhhh how I love these interiors..... warm, cozy, real, lived-in, inviting. And a lots of ideas that inspire me.

17 Jul 2012 | Unregistered Commenterloulou ste-adele

While I was reading the post, I was thinking ...I don't know which photo choose for Pinterest. I love her work!

17 Jul 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAna B.

While I loved all of these rooms (especially the carpets and raw wood), I was so annoyed by all the cushions primped tht way. Makes me want to run around the house banging them together to get a more natural shape. When I see rooms like that, it bugs me so much that I find it hard to ficus on anything else...just me then?

17 Jul 2012 | Unregistered CommenterGeorgia

I totally agree, Georgia! I was just about to comment on the cushions when I read yours. Really irritating... right up there with filling a room with every piece of iconic 20th century furniture that will fit, words and letters on walls (I know it's a K I T C H E N) and those awful bus destination rolls as art. Just my opinion, folks...

17 Jul 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDeb

Oh no...I agree too, who thought it was a good look to karate chop a throw pillow down the center? That must be a 'thing' every interior designer learned in decorating 101...

17 Jul 2012 | Unregistered CommenterAlexandra

Loved the rustic touch in the above images

18 Jul 2012 | Unregistered Commentermydecoreview

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