Simple stalking

Posted on Fri, 23 Jan 2009 by midcenturyjo

Simplicity is calling me. A life stripped of frou frou and excessive trinkets. A neutral colour palette with texture for interest. Clean lines and…. a kick ass harbour view. Built in 1888 the Station Master’s House is a Sydney icon. Recently sold at auction it confirms for me that life should be simple but fabulous. I love that these owners did not compete with what has to be one of the most amazing views of the harbour I have seen. I shudder to think what the price was. Link here while it lasts.

Marisol says:

wow! I am amazed with this house and its interiors! I love the bathroom and how they have managed to use all the space and make it look spacious!

kim. says:

I’m not sure which is more impressive, the view or the interior. WOW!!!

LOVE the bathroom!

qerat says:

The bathroom is amazing

i am SO with you on the simplicity thing. a neutral palette is a great way to start…what a gorgeous interior!

If the Hirst painting above the mantel is included, I’ll take it!

rachel says:

I completely agree – simplicity is a good way to go. I love those huge pillows on the couch!

Laura says:

I too am obsessed with the bathroom. I seem to have a thing for open showers for some reason.

Kotori says:

The ceiling on that bathroom is amazing.

You gotta love that view. So Sydney. Fantastic that a place like that still exists among all the new sparkly spaces.

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