took a modern, rustic approach to this home in Dallas, Texas and it creates such a casual, warm, and earthy feel. There are so many wonderful textures you almost don’t notice how neutral the colour scheme is.
Positioned behind a historical facade this new extension by in Albert Park, Melbourne bridges the gap between a significant past and the future. Progress is a term that gets bandied around almost with a negative connotation but good design looks to what could be, what is waiting to be and takes the leap.
Sharing a bit more from the portfolio of designer . The first group of photos are from his collaboration with . This is one to save in the inspiration folder because check out the wall panelling corner detail. SO FUN!!!!!
“The home is a rich layering of textures; the sleek plaster walls of the house are striking against the lush green setting of a Napa vineyard. Clean and modern, the home is given a warmth and depth by a material palette that starts by pairing concrete, still holding in its texture the character of the forms that made it, with soft upholstery and bright pops of color. A tight-grain wood maintains the simplicity of the palette while inviting in more complex warmth and depth, and allowing the more rustic details of the project to stand out without overpowering a project that remains distinctly modern in its feel.”
That’s one way of putting it. The other way is “WOW”. The Zin House with interiors by , architectural design by and landscape by .
Photography by Lisae Fletcher
We loved the first stage of this Armadale, Melbourne home by . Sensationally chic and fashion forward (here). The next area tackled by Simone and her team was the informal living space. Family friendly but still so design savvy just like its fashion director owner. Cesca chairs, Maralunga sofa, perfect!