Rove Concepts

Entries in grey (83)


Anna Carin Design 2

I needed more from the portfolio of Anna Carin Design. Wonderful and white in inner Sydney Woollahra. Just the right mix of contemporary, vintage, white and wood with open plan living and calm private areas. Throw in some subtle colour and it's a stylish, functional family home.

Photography by Cate Gray.

Click to read more ...


Week of stalking 7

Keep up. Keep up. Our real estate stalking tour is on the roll again. Crisp and fresh and bright and new all wrapped up in an historical Sydney terrace house. Casually elegant modern living in the inner city with open plan living/dining and a gourmet kitchen. Love the artwork, love the subdued colour palate with flashes of yellow. Want those kitchen lights. Unfortunately we are just a little too late to daydream about making this tailored terrace our home. It's sold. Link here while it lasts.

Click to read more ...


Civico Quattro

I couldn't leave it any longer to share more work from Civico Quattro's Orietta Marcon. A private home by this designer/stylist that carefully balances rustic charm and subtle elegance. Nothing is "precious". Where simple and everyday meets stylish and beautiful. To climb the stairs to that grey and white haven under the eaves would be such a wonderful way to end each day.

Click to read more ...


Paul Bernier +1

A second look at Canadian architect Paul Bernier. A departure from his timber boxes with voids and perforated floors climbing up like treehouses, this home sits solidly in a grove, its stone walls anchoring it firmly to the earth. The monotonal greys are reminiscent of Belgian interiors, clean lined and spare but with a modern, contemporary feel. As striking as this house looks in its wintery setting I cannot help imagining how different it will be when the trees are green and leafy. A cool retreat in the forest.

Click to read more ...



In a departure from his signature highly decorative Hollywood Regency/ midcentury glamor style leading Australian interior designer Greg Natale has taken a inner city terrace, played with scale and colour, streamlined his rich multilayered interiors and delivered a home that is dramatic and stylish. Sultry grey is lifted by white. Furniture is carefully curated and oversize is not out of place in the play. In the new extension kitchen and family room are open plan and sleekly modern, the perfect counterfoil to the high drama of the rest of the house. A grey beauty indeed.

Click to read more ...