A study of light and shadow, of old and new, of the expressive and the minimalist, of public and private. It’s about enhancing the everyday, of bringing modern luxury living to a heritage property through a respectful balance between authentic preservation and contemporary design. Albert Park Residence by Melbourne-based interior design studio .
Crisp, white and contemporary with light flowing in through high walls of glass. A seamless connection between inside and out. Warmth from just enough texture and wood. What more could you want in a modern home? You certainly don’t need more words from me. Just drink in the inspiration from the pictures. The White House by Melbourne-based architectural and interior design firm .
Photography by Shannon McGrath,
Who needs a large getaway house in the Hamptons for summer? I don’t … but you do. How else am I to squat in your pool room for the season especially if it looks like this one designed by Mike Moser of ? I promise I’m the perfect beach house guest.
strolling scrolling the streets of the Melbourne bay side suburb of St Kilda on my favourite real estate website when I was stopped in in my voyeuristic tracks. I think I’ve found my dream home. Ivy threatens to engulf the walls of this Arts and Crafts home with its otherwise clipped and manicured garden. Inside it’s all designer style with colour, art and the fun of family life. Even better because it’s been designed to be used as two separate dwellings over two floors I can live in one and you can have the other. Link while it lasts.
I took a stroll through the Victorian country town of Daylesford today or should I say scroll through the real estate listings. I’ve found a great country home without the traditional rustic frou frou frills. Modern and minimalist and great for a tree change or just a weekend getaway. Link while it lasts.