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Stalking an inner city apartment

Stalking a beautifully renovated art deco era apartment in Sydney's Rushcutters Bay. Open flow living and dining with clever wrap around kitchen. Sunny, bright and all white the space is warmed by the use of timber benchtops with a dash of red in the backsplash as focus. Everything is sleek and clean lined with minimal furniture and art. Something annoys me though. The large piece of leather carelessly wrapped around the couch. Deliberate wabi sabi? Haven't sent the couch out to be upholstered yet? Forgot to straighten it before the photo shoot? It's driving me crazy in the otherwise zen like apartment. Link here while it lasts.

Reader Comments (3)

You're absolutely right about that couch - that was the first thing that I noticed when I saw that picture as well

21 Jan 2013 | Unregistered Commenterrooth

Open flow living = Open floor living
Either way; whatever accent they are pronounced, they refer to the same great concept :)

I love posts like this that show the floor plan.

22 Jan 2013 | Unregistered CommenterGeorge Bensonite

my style is so difficult to put into words and i am generally full of cr@p when it comes to interiors , but this is exactly me. is love it. all of it speaks to me.

24 Jan 2013 | Unregistered Commenterdeon marais

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