All posts with tag:Sydney

Australian homes always give a lot of warmth with their light and natural interiors, as well as the sunny weather that is there almost all year round. This modern house near Venice Beach in Sydney is Australian in every way: maximum connection with the outdoors through sliding glass walls, cozy and fresh white and beige…

Mediterranean style in design has been tested for centuries and has spread its influence to literally all continents. Even Australia could not resist its charm – the interiors of this modern beach home in Sydney were inspired by the villas of Greece and southern Spain. Painted walls, smooth rounded lines, white color and natural materials…

Australian studio Esoterico called their latest project Bunker in the Treetops, but it’s only about the basis. Concrete shell and industrial metal windows – initially the space really looked like a bunker, but with the help of stylish furniture and decor, the designers created a trendy modern home. The open living room has a regular…

Australian architect Eva-Marie Prineas loves historic architecture so much that she chose a unique late 19th-century Italinate mansion in Sydney as her home. On the example of its interiors, we can see the signature style of her eponymous studio: light and calm elegance and a modern take on the design of a classic space. The…

This harbor home in Sydney is an interesting piece of historic architecture. It was built in the 1970s by the renowned Australian architect Roy Grounds, but has changed several owners in 50 years and needed significant renovation. The new owners, the family of the architect Conrad Johnston, took up its reconstruction in all seriousness: the…

Studio Pohio Adams has done a great job of both redeveloping and designing the interiors from scratch in this Sydney home. The house was built in the 1930s and did not meet many of the technical requirements and wishes of the owners. As a result, during the renovation, only three of the original rooms were…

A young family of five and their two dogs live in this Sydney house. Together with the designer, they wanted to create a timeless space that is both stylish and practical. And the choice was in favor of neutral black-white-gray tones and laconic furniture. Natural wood and warm accents: parquet, armchair, countertop, paintings helped to…

This charming Victorian home was built in the center of Sydney in the 19th century. The elegant and at the same time catchy interiors combine several styles at once, but designers decided to focus mainly on marble and unusual furniture. The kitchen also turned out to be curious: gorgeous wooden parquet flooring, marble countertop and…