Working within heritage constraints on this neo-Georgian house in Sydney’s northern suburbs, interior design studio Hugh-Jones Mackintosh removed walls and increased ceiling heights, turning a rabbit warren of old rooms into light and airy, open-space areas. Panelling and cornices were reinstated addressing heritage needs while the their choice of colour palette and materials gave the home a more contemporary feel. As for that bathroom that’s where I want to go into social isolation.
Wonder where they bought that terrific purple, blue, green floor lamp.
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful tiles!