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I found another apartment for sale on Lagerlings that I had to share. This one is spunky and fun in a fairly small footprint (63 m²). It consists of basically 2 rooms - a combined kitchen/dining room/living room and a bedroom. Some photography framed and hung along with a gallery wall add some drama to the walls and the floor to ceiling shelving in the dining room is a great storage solution and also adds some architectural interest to the space. A glamorous bedroom with stripes, satin curtains and faux fur round off the drama. (And I'm guessing the homeowner found a really awesome sale on Kartell Bourgie lamps).
Welcome to the wonderful home of Mr.Fräg, a wonderful scandi oasis of wood and white and fabulous furniture. Except it's not in any Scandinavian country. No it's in an apartment in Sydney, Australia and Mr.Fräg is Frag Woodall, an industrial designer whose recently debuted at Milan Design week.
The makeover of this inner city Sydney pied-à-terre saw a nondescript apartment become a celebration of personality and charm. Too often inner city living is thought of in terms of slick finishes and sharp lines, hip and hard. Not here. It's all about colour, pattern, a stunning harbour view and a whole lot of fun. Potts Point pied-à-terre by interior designers Arent & Pyke.
I love this stylish penthouse apartment in Melbourne, Australia designed by 'design duo' Alisa and Lysandra. What was once a new build complete with builder's beige walls and not much else to speak of, this home is now contemporary, filled with life (the plants! it even has a massive plant wall!) and has an underlying earthy vibe that keeps it very casual and not so high-rise-y.