I have been a fan of Courtney Nye‘s designs since featuring some bits of projects here and this kid’s playroom. This mid-century home is a dream with tons of windows letting in all kinds of natural light (If this were my home I would have an obscene amount of plants) and the timber ceiling that feels right at home while living amidst the trees. The mid-century modern vibe of the decor suits this home perfectly.
From traditional to modern to eclectic and back again. The perfect marriage of old and new by 2to5 Design.
It’s easy to see that the interior designers at Li Pearson are “interested in the worlds that exist in and between the old and the new, the directional and the classic, the contemporary and the traditional.” This family house in Perth, Western Australia is full of colour and personality with considered respect for its 110 year old history. Modern yes but definitely not renovated within an inch of its life. A family home with soul.
Renovations took this Coogee, Sydney duplex apartment from ground floor flat to modern house with great outdoor living. New layout, new kitchen and new bathrooms within, pool and entertaining space out, all the time respecting the building’s history by combining old and new. A fabulous example of making the most of what you’ve go. New work from Madeleine Blanchfield Architects.
Photography by Prue Ruscoe.