Sitting in the leafy suburb of Mosman, this house received an overhaul to create a functional space for a busy family, that reflected their style.
As explained by Lori Murray of March Twice Interiors. “Our client had moved back to Australia from Hong Kong. They originally approached us to only work on the daughters bedroom, as well as help with tile and carpet selections. As our working relationship developed, the brief quickly grew. We ended up working with the client on paint colours, furnishings, artwork, custom upholstery, lights, and window coverings.
Although there were no major structural changes made, what Lori and her team did to is soften the existing space. Working with the existing stone floors and aluminium windows, a balance of materials was achieved bringing warmth and soften to the family home.
The vast windows in the living space were framed in linen sheers, immediately providing a soft layer. While the bedrooms feature a layered sheer/blockout drapes, allowing the bedroom to transition from day to night.
“The existing architecture of the home helped us to keep things pared back. Said Lori. “With the focus falling on natural materials, texture, and layers.”
“The floor to ceiling curtains were the icing on the cake. They provided a stunning backdrop for the contemporary furnishings. In fact the window coverings throughout really make an impression. The handmade Moroccan Zellige tiles on the wall of the ensuite took that room from just another bathroom to a real showstopper.
Photographer Ryan Linnegar