Nestled in bushland yet moments to the city, this new build in Cammeray was a gem worth waiting for. The clients were downsizing, finally free to enjoy the luxuries of their hard work, so we made the most of our time together planning the perfect pieces to tailor their new home. This collaborative approach allowed us to layer the apartment with nods of nostalgia and highly personal touches.
A spectacular view out to the bushland was the muse for this design. We wanted the interiors to hold their own while allowing nature to sing via unobscured views. Tactile off-white sheer wool curtains beckon the eye outward, past dark silhouetted furniture on the balcony and beyond to the sage-green bush aspect.
Natural linens, distressed caramel leather and organic prints with tribal embroidery comfortably adorn the living area behind which glimpses of the cheerfully dreamy main bedroom appear.
Textured Phillip Jeffries grasscloth wallpaper lines the main bedroom walls, layered with a shaped bedhead upholstered in a classic Schumacher linen print.