All posts with tag:Melbourne

Despite the austere classical bay window architecture, Rebacca Long has created a very unusual, cozy oasis in her Melbourne townhouse. Fur and textiles with a high pile provide the interiors with the effect of soft warm embraces – you just want to lie on one of the sofas in the living room, wrapped in a…

This project began as a small kitchen renovation, but eventually Studio Tate completely reimagined the interiors of this beautiful historic Melbourne mansion. The designers received a full carte blanche when developing the design, and as a result, they combined elements of different styles and eras in one bright and unusual composition. The collection of art…

As for a private home, the rooms of this Melbourne townhouse are small in size, and in general, the total area is quite modest. Therefore, the designers had to try hard to competently use every inch of space and create a really comfortable home for a family with children. At the same time, the authors…

A family with four children lives in this interesting home in Melbourne, while the interiors do not at all resemble the space suitable by the younger generation. On the contrary, they look adult and self-sufficient. The designer chose a modern style and noble materials: marble, wood, stone, and to make the look less austere he…

Netherlands and Australia are separated by more than 15 thousand kilometers, but this did not stop designers from creating a Flemish-style house in Melbourne, but with a modern aesthetic. The interiors with dark accents remind of the Edwardian and Dutch Renaissance, and the rear extension recreates the Dutch facade of the house. In addition to…

This Victorian home in Melbourne had several additions twenty years ago, and the current owners wanted to bring a single style to the interiors, getting rid of outdated solutions. First, the designer rethought the space, dividing it into a parent area, a children’s area and a social space for everyone. It was also important to…

In design of Nicholas Gurtler’s apartment in Melbourne, everything is as it should be in a designer’s home – unusual furniture and original decor items. If chairs, then the original angular forms; if paintings, then necessarily abstraction or contemporary art; if decor, then amazing forms and functions. And, of course, dark accents are everywhere, because…

Australian photographer Shannon McGrath has been shooting the best homes in Australia and beyond for over 15 years, so it’s no surprise she has a great sense of style. Her new home in Melbourne is as good as many in her own portfolio. Interestingly, it used to be an old mechanics workshop that Shannon inherited…

In her projects, architect Sarah Henry always strives not to lose touch with nature. She adhered to the same concept when designing her own home in Melbourne. Large opening windows, simple brick and concrete finishes, wooden furniture and always a lot of solutions for planting: flower niches, a well-kept garden and an area with an…