Melbourne designer Emily Gillis converted her compact apartment into a tranquil and adaptable living environment that is full of tone-on-tone elegance.
HEART and home
More than just a store, CASA by Kate Nixon captures and reflects the passions and endless talents of this Sydney designer.
A contemporary reworking of the traditional has created a mesmerising home with an unbreakable link to history.
Quirky touches, custom designs and a blushing palette bring a fresh, youthful energy to this clifftop home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
Anchored to a cliff, tiered terraces and soft curves flow over four levels to create a spectacular home on Sydney Harbour.
Taking it to the people in salons diffuse.
French antiques and luxurious finishes underpin the magnificence of this stately country home profiled in Melissa Penfold’s new book, Living Well by Design.
Respected interior designer Michael Love’s home remains largely unchanged since 1986, a testament to his unerring eye for classic, understated style.
Built to impress by the power elite, this imposing heritage home reveals a softer side as a comfortable family dwelling that’s contemporary, stylish and approachable.
Celebrity designer Laura Gonzalez works her playful magic on a Parisian apartment.
At First Site
Polly Harbison is setting standards by following her instincts and adopting a grounded approach to projects.
Exuberant Garden Blends Grandeur With Tranquillity
While nearly half a hectare, this exuberant garden blends grandeur with tranquillity and a surprising intimacy at every turn.
Making Her Mark
A light-filled loft cradles this artist’s expression.
Fun And Games
With its joyful palette and brave use of forest green, this home is ground zero for good times.
Melissa Penfold delivers a missive on writing a keepable letter.
Dialling up the interior colour palette from dark to light introduced a lively, contemporary ambience to this family home in Sydney.
A visit to François Motte’s converted historic home in the heart of Paris is an adventure that is chaotic and colourful yet still superbly functional.
Holding fast to the company’s enduring ethos, creative and brand director Georgia Danos helms JRF, inspiring the design of its new Sydney showroom.
Robyn Lea has photographed interiors all over the world, bringing back pieces laden with memories to fill her own Melbourne home.
Whether embarking on intrepid forays in nature or exalting designers with the daring to change our world, Ewan McEoin – the NGV’s senior curator of contemporary art, design and architecture – likes things “the wilder the better”.
Cabinet Of Curiosities
A grand old Sydney house that brimmed with soul (even in its most derelict state) has been transformed into a home filled with wonder and whimsy.
Rhythm And Flow
Creating a coherent connection and simplifying the levels in this Sydney home was the first step in enhancing its charm and facilitating easy family living.
TACKLING AN AWKWARD configuration by opening up the internal circulation with the clever use of curving elements as well as removing most ceilings to steal more vertical space has reawakened this apartment into a flowing, relaxed home.
Informed by architectural showpieces savoured on their overseas travels, and inspired by the work of a leading local architect, these Melbourne owners fashion a spectacular new build in the heart of the action.
LOOKING TO APPEAL to an ‘eccentric, multicultural demographic’ in Melbourne’s Windsor, the property owners called on architect and interior designer Maria Danos to help bring to life this high-quality, small-scale townhouse development.
LAYERED SHADES of white on white and the installation of a new master ensuite and additional skylights and windows uplift the interiors of this heritage home.
A wealth of considered elements are the hallmark of the reinvention of this heritage house into a haven of contemporary living for a young family.
Layers of Scandinavian and mid-century design add the luxe frosting to this snowy, chalet-style bolthole.
A stately residence and contemporary pavilion have been linked via a new cloistered walkway, setting the tone for the heritage-meets-modern style to follow.
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