In case you’d like something a little more intimate, a little less rambling for our virtual getaway in Victoria’s spa region we can always stay at , another fabulous property in the portfolio. This stylish renovated 1890’s cottage is located in a quiet street just a short walk from the main street of the town of Daylesford. It has a warm, moody feel with beautiful detail and at two bedrooms is perfect for 4, 6 at a pinch if we use the fold out beds in the library.
Is it a pop-up shop in a home or a home where you can stay and take home the sofa if you happen to love it? Why it’s both! Owner Tina Seidenfaden Busck reimagines each year, presenting a carefully curated and continually changing collection of art and design objects from the 20th century as well as pieces by renowned contemporary designers. This year you can even book a stay. It’s my dream of living in a shop come to life. I love the evolution of The Apartment over the years and particularly this summer’s celebration of colour, pattern and different cultures.
Deep blues and plants and abundant in this beautiful home designed by London-based . Located in a leafy suburb of North London, this three bedroom garden flat required a complete refurbishment. Measuring 20 metres in length from the front of the flat to its rear, bringing light into the centre of the property was the biggest challenge. This was tackled by opening the rear facade with floor to ceiling glazing, introducing a large skylight above the internal courtyard, and the addition of timber framed glass walls to the courtyard from the facing bedrooms. The property sits on a sloped site which steps down towards the rear. Some excavation was necessary to adjust the internal levels to create added ceiling height in the new kitchen and to improve the general circulation. A number of structural alterations were also carried out to create a completely open plan living space. The result is a breathtaking view from the front door straight through the property into the newly renovated south-facing garden. The garden is brought back into the house using a rich palette of blues and greens and styled with clusters of plants creating a tranquil green oasis.
“Located along the coastline of Port Phillip Bay and within arm’s reach of the Portsea Pier, Portsea Beach House is the refurbishment of an existing cliff top residence. The proposed scheme pays homage to the understated character of the house which is reminiscent of the modernist era and adopts a sympathetic palette that draws inspiration from the surrounding coastal context.”
Simple, stylish, so satisfying. Respect for the past informs new design decisions. Finishes are luxe but restrained except those crazy paved floors. They’re just outrageously good. Portsea Beach House by Melbourne-based .
The East London apartment of interior stylist is well….EVERYTHING. Of course it is styled to perfection but OMG the colours! From a deep green to an almost bubblegum pink and midnight blue, along with lots of quirky vintage pieces. I am experiencing severe heart palpitations. Photos: