Don’t get me wrong. I love the interiors in this Battersea house, a collaboration between Todhunter Earle Interiors and BLDA Architects. Beach meets country in the middle of London forms the basis of this elegant and light filled contemporary home. But it’s the tousled, blowsy, artfully overgrown garden by Osada Design that has stolen my heart.
The colours of the surrounding Aussie landscape form the palette for this Yarra Valley home. Rich earth and endless blue skies, the silvery grey green of the bush, browns and rusts of the old growth on gum trees as well as the ghostly white of the new. A richly layered aesthetic in a contemporary Australian country home by Melbourne-based interior designer Chelsea Hing.
Alas I can only show these few pictures as that is all I can find. The owners of this location house available through Contemporary Hotels must be very private. It’s in the Dover Heights area of Sydney with a calm contemporary interior just as mesmerising as the ocean views beyond. I guess the only way to see more would be to hire the house. I’ll bring my camera. We can pretend it’s a photoshoot.
It’s all classic Sydney terrace house on the outside and contemporary home on the inside. Clean sleek lines, limited colour palette and a repeating circle motif are the take home points from this narrow little house I’m stalking in the suburb of Paddington. Link here while it lasts.
“In the same way that a good suit remains in fashion, interiors can be timeless if they are well proportioned, employ good materials, and suit the people they are built for. Functionality, quality and beauty are my long-standing design principles.” – Sarah Davidson Interiors
Timeless, sophisticated, custom yet inviting. My favourite type of house.