Entries in Australia (1221)
I have a small band of readers who share my addiction to real estate stalking and send me links. You know who you are ladies! I hope I haven't created a monster though. Apparently this stalker can actually see this building from her desk. Is the virtual becoming the actual? Just kidding. On to the apartment. Love it. The art, the views, even how it has been shot for the campaign. Stalking in Surry Hills, Sydney. Link here while it lasts.
Modern and beachy, with touches of green and blues to remind you of the sea. A heavenly retreat on Cottesloe Beach, Western Australia created by Collected Interiors. Taking the inspiration from the coastal location, we utilised textures and colours inspired by nature and the ocean to accomplish airy and fresh interiors. Simple, clean, window treatments suit the beach lifestyle and louvered windows let the afternoon sea breeze in. Timber flooring was complimented by textured flat weave rugs, easy to shake off beach sand. A combination of materials and textures were used such as cotton, linen and hemp to create an organic natural feel. The colour palette of indigo and white takes inspiration from the Indian Ocean. (See more of their work here)
Wedding season is in full swing here in Australia and seeing that my new career incarnation involves catering and events then guess what I'll be doing this afternoon and into the evening? Working. Still hasn't stopped me stalking this week. Here are the leftovers. The ones that didn't make the cut. Call me particular, finicky, choosy and hard to please. Not quite right, bad photos, I need more photos please, house is amazing furniture is deplorable or even fab furniture shabby shell. Can't quite put my finger on it listings with something that has me nodding "yes". This week's finds include an old rectory with a stunning garden, a classic example of the Sydney School style of architecture and a converted dairy in inner city Melbourne. Click on the images to head to the listings. All via realestate.com.au.