1. Move Yoga, Melbourne
A floor-to-ceiling timber feature wall will make a statement in any home, introducing warmth and texture on a large scale – and thanks to a wide range of panelling and cladding on the market, they can be relatively easy to retrofit. Curved walls also help to soften a space, but are a lot more complex to install.
Interior Designer: Hecker Guthrie
2. One Hot Yoga, Sydney
Simplify your study with a neutral palette, timber textures and plenty of desk space – reducing the clutter can help you to concentrate. Good lighting is also an essential, so consider hanging a pendant like this over your workspace for functionality and style in one.
3. Happy Melon, Melbourne
Stunning storage like this antique cabinet is ideal for keeping track of countless bits and bobs that don’t have a home of their own. Boxes and drawers are also a good solution for big families – this way there is a designated space for everyone’s school books and bags.
4. Humming Puppy, Sydney
A luxe, oversized couch like this custom creation encourages people to linger, making guests feel more comfortable in an instant. If you’re an endless entertainer (and you have the space) bigger is always better. A statement light can also help to set the style of the room
Architect Karen Abernethy
5. Good Vibes, Melbourne
Designed by owner Kirra Jamison with the help of her friend and architect Leo Dewitte, the Good Vibes studio is the perfect example of how built-in, well-hidden storage options help to keep things looking tidy and calm. Seek-out the dead space in your home, under stairs or behind doors, and install shelving to make to most of it. Pops of greenery will also breathe some life into your home.
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