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I just want to be here. Oh I also want to be glamorous and rich and as young as I was in the 80s. You may think it is a decade that taste forgot and how on earth would we want it back but then along comes a room that has its design zeitgeist so firmly in that era and it's love at first sight. By Caroline Legrand Design.


Golden glow

Edgy, cool and glamorous. If the copper in the kitchen of this extension to what is a heritage home isn't enough bling for you, wait until you see the gold ceiling. Minimalist, luxurious, impeccably detailed, highly functional and unique in it's materiality - Adelaide Residence 4 by Enoki.

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Minimalist masculine glamour

Minimalist luxury, modern sophistication in an apartment in a heritage building in the West Australian city of Freemantle by Nickolas Gurtler.

"Bringing his passion for shapes, colours and textures to every project, Nickolas's style is glamorous yet restrained, minimal pieces with masculine forms are paired with exotic and luxurious textures to create spaces with an international feel."

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Timeless restraint

Interior designer Margaret Naeve Parker of M Naeve combines contemporary pieces with antiques found in her travels in Belgium, France and Scandinavia. Hers is a restrained approach with an emphasis on texture and a muted palette. What strikes me most is even with her love of beautiful, old pieces these rooms feel fresh and modern, timeless and sophisticated. 


Working on a Saturday

As I say time after time, if you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it's somewhere that looks stylish ... and is full of fabulous clothing, accessories and homewares sourced locally and from around the world. The brief for the design of this Melbourne store was to create a cosy, intimate space with that feeling of casually stepping into someone’s home. Lucente Collective by Full Of Grace Interiors by Therese Carrodus.

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