It's been quite some time since I blogged about LA based interior designer Schuyler Samperton. She's been busy lately, having designed the fabulous home of model Carolyn Murphy that is featured in the March issue of Vogue. Her work continues to impress, and she still isn't afraid of colour which I love about her. Such cozy spaces that are unassumingly gorgeous. (My favourite space is at the end - bookmarking that one!!!)
From its stone gabion front fence to its reed sticks at the back I'm real estate stalking this Edwardian home with modern extension in Richmond, Melbourne. I've only included the extension photos (and the transition along the original hallway) because sadly the real estate photos of the bedrooms and bathroom are rather plain and sad. Perhaps the bedrooms and bathroom are just plain and sad in real life. Do you often wonder if real estate photos are "strip styled" to the max? Declutter and hide = big bucks? Link here while it lasts.
Another church conversion to add to our comprehensive "what to do with an old church or what not to do" list. This reuse of church space as office space can be found in Brisbane. ( I can't believe I didn't think of it earlier. I used to drive past it all the time.) Mowbraytown Presbyterian Church built in 1885 and redesigned (or is that adaptively re-used) by Base Architecture.