A heritage apartment and a chic beach side location. Ocean hues lead to light filled spaces. Contemporary furniture and art deco detailing. A sophisticated aesthetic by Sydney-based interior design firm Studio Quarters.
Again, Peter Dunham has layered the crap out of this Central Park West apartment and I absolutely adore this. There is alot going on but it’s JUST RIGHT.
Photos: Max Kim-Bee
I will forever be in awe of interior designers who can pull together this many colours and patterns and textures and make spaces look this polished. Peter Dunham you are a god.
Photos: Sam Frost
We all dream of a verdant green courtyard but I had never thought of using green tiles. Designers Hugh-Jones Mackintosh converted an liberally “ochred” Tuscan ripoff into a vibrant, light-filled contemporary space. No structural changes were made. The magic comes from clever colour choices, charming art and the perfect combination of vintage and new pieces. Tthen there is the courtyard with its vivid green wall of Moroccan tiles. Stunning … and perfect for those with black thumbs 😉
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.