I think in a parallel universe I’m rich and summer in the Hamptons but not in your usual Hamptons’ home. No I live in a house that is timeless yet contemporary, full of colour and killer art. The front door is purple, a big yellow canoe hangs in the entrance and my love for midcentury shines through. In a parallel universe designed this Amagansett home just for me.
It’s all about colour, texture and shape in this Darlinghurst, Sydney residence by . Oh and chairs. Warm hues of browns and cognacs, terracotta and sand. Sensuous curves and boxy consoles. Polished concrete against chunky rugs, layered with leathers and velvet. A tactile feast.
Photography by Terence Chin.
Take a narrow inner city Sydney terrace house. Strip it to its stone walls and carefully construct a minimalist dream home. A limited colour palette of black and white tempered by sandstone walls and blonde timbers provides the perfect stage for statement furniture pieces and lighting. What could be stark instead is full of beautiful vignettes. Darlinghurst Terrace by .
It’s a feeling of expansive space that strikes you even though this Fire Island house is less than 150 square meters. Walls of glass blur the line between inside and out while allowing cross ventilation on a hot summer day. Double height living room and colour blocking provide drama in what essentially is a minimalist, neutral box. A summer getaway by .