|A few hits of citrus add zing to the moody black and white and grey. |
The concrete look feature wall is a product called Pandomo which
goes on like plaster. Christian admits it's "expensive but worth it."
We agree. It's a fabulous look and is a great contrast with
the original pressed ceiling and ornate chandelier.
The low-to-the-ground Japanese style bed is from Spence & Lyda.
See http://www.spenceandlyda.com.au/ for really sexy furniture.
|This light fitting came with the house. |
We love it's eighties oppulence!
|The original hallway at the front of the house hints at what lays |
beyond and frames the old shed.
|Sleek furnishings like the sofa from Koskela and minimal |
accessorising keep this room simple and stylish.
But there is an incredible warmth of sentiment here.
The photo by Rosemary Laing and the floor light below it
belonged to Christian's late brother. Christian refers to
that part of the house as "his little corner".
Christian says that after turning all the lights off at night the floor
lamp continues to light up the whole room as he makes
his way to bed.
see http://www.koskela.com.au/ for more great furniture.
(and a fabulous coast shack available to rent)
|errr...sorry mum. |
Thanks for sharing your wonderful home with us Christian.
It pleased the eye, brought on a tear, made us smile
and left us wondering...
The crew on this project were;
design Nextspace http://www.nextspace.com.au/
build Jimmy Eltenn
landscaping and deck Tim Hewitt & Ben Sutton