Which one? Which one? I'm stalking apartments in Sydney (Scott Weston's deco dream yesterday had me rethinking apartment living.) First up today a 2 bedder in a funky old building, with a spectacular view from the roof (BBQ party anyone?) and a cool fitout. Red Platner anyone?. Inner city chic! (Link here while it lasts.) You'll have to wait till after the jump for the second apartment ...
Drum roll ... featured in the latest Belle magazine Scott Weston has sent us the photos of this luxe Sydney apartment. You'll remember this apartment from my earlier post where Scott took us through the "befores", his design process and some of the "durings". It's a tip of a top hat towards Art Deco but with a modern quirky twist. (Click here for a reminder.) The finished home has been kept under wraps until its debut in Belle today but Scott has saved a few more photos exclusively for us. (Great shots are by photographer Nick Watt.)
"It's now complete and the Client has moved in and brought a fantastic tapestry of belongings, artwork and furniture along with all the bespoke joinery we have designed and created the next all important layer... stamping the apartment as their own. It's just come out in the February March issue of Belle and I thought you would like to see areas that have not been published... the all important main bathroom that really is a beautiful space to be in, the detailed birds eye joinery to master bedroom and the simple but chic kitchen with the lilac interior."
The apartment is a play on old and new, hidden colour (Scott's trademark coloured bespoke joinery is evident in drawer linings, subtle but striking), Art Deco meets modern with a stunning art and glass collection and Fornasetti cabinets to die for. My favourite rooms? The quirky, richly hued, tiled bathrooms referencing their deco past tease you. Old or new? So much more after the jump including "during" shots that make you wonder how all this loveliness came to be.
We've got a new sponsor in the house, by the name of High Fashion Home. It's another I could not help but get excited about because they have some reeeeeally hot furniture. I found at least 10 pieces I adore within the first couple minutes on their website. Yeah, it's yummy. They have a huge 125,000 sq ft location in Houston, TX, that looks like a playground for interior design enthusiasts. And you can shop online, and they currently ship only to destinations within the 48 contiguous states, so some of us (like Jo and I) will have to love from afar. They cater to all sorts of styles, as you will see below: Earthy Modern, Industrial Countryside Chic, French Gothic Arboretum, Rustic Zen Ranch, Boutique Hotel, Traditional Glam and Office Vintage Chic. (P.S. They have jumped on the blog bandwagon - check it out here.)