“A 1970’s townhouse in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs has been transformed into a tranquil and spacious family home designed for entertaining, with a hint of a postmodern design aesthetic.”
It’s the light I love most in this redesign of a four split level home by Sydney-based Tom Mark Henry. Light pouring through the wall of windows, the central staircase with its open treads and glass balustrade and the repeated use of fluted glass.
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Ghost gums and a lazy, easy water view. An existing home and the need for a new kitchen and laundry. Fresh, coastal, stylish yet casual. The perfect contemporary solution for a young family informed by its natural surrounds on the water in Sydney’s Clareville. By Sydney based interior design firm Studio Gorman.
The designer calls it a rustic modern ranch house. I call it a stylish, well-considered series of rooms that move from light to shadow and back again. The overall effect is intimate, cocooning and lovely. California Modern Farmhouse by Sarah Solis Design Studio.
“Traditional architectural details are blended with the contemporary to create a cohesive home for the modern family. WPD blended a neutral foundation with pops of color to enhance the home’s finishes and create depth. Beautiful fabrics mix well with slick metals and warm woods in this eclectic residence.”
Beautiful, functional and soooooo much storage in this stylish renovation. A fabulous family home by Indianapolis based Whittney Parkinson Design.
I’m real estate stalking the home of interior designer Anna Spiro in Birkdale here in Queensland. Known for her exuberant use of textiles, patterns and colour the colonial house is a showcase of her eclectic style while still maintaining its historical features like VJ walls, sash windows, tin roof and wide verandas. Surrounded by lush gardens it’s a quintessential Queenslander home. Link here while it lasts.