I am essentially rendered speechless over this absolutely spectacular home designed by Sydney-based Duet. The beautiful colours, shapes, textures, attention to detail and a serious case of marble-itis. Modern art deco-esque interior and a really unique and fun exterior make this home a dream.
You may have seen these photos before as this jaw-dropping, spectacular home in Darling Point of designer Tamsin Johnson (that she bought at the height of the pandemic!) made the rounds of magazines/blogs etc. but I thought it was a shame to not share something THIS GOOD here as well. It’s old and new, historic and modern, whimsical and elegant, and has a WOW factor that can’t be beat. I adore every inch of it. And this isn’t all. More to come later. (Photos: Anson Smart)
Sean Anderson continues to master the balance between light and dark, contemporary and traditional with this gorgeous home in Tennessee, one of his latest completed projects. If you were ever unsure how to make a white. black and brown colour palette intriguing and eye catching, this is a perfect example.
Architect: David Anderson; Builder: The Longtown Company; Photos: Haris Kenjar
“Located within an early Merchant Builders development, think earthy textures, 70s sensibility and a magical green oasis.”
This sympathetic reworking of a classic Aussie 70s house by Melbourne-based Studio Wonder is modern yet retro, full of colour and texture. Love the original wooden raked ceiling, the polished concrete floors and the standout art.
Photography by Tom Blachford
Colette van den Thillart designed this pied-à-terre in Toronto with lots of whimsy, plenty of sophistication and a healthy dose of “global”. So fabulously unique and the perfect mix of light, dark and colourful. (Photos: Alex Lukey)