The kitchen, with cabinetry crafted by Design Sense, combines family functionality with space for carefully edited pieces.
With ample space the island bench has been extended to create a place for informal dining with replica Bertoia chairs provide a comfortable sitting spot while a beautiful Bernabei Freeman ‘Lace’ pendant light adds texture. A painting by Aboriginal artist Mitjili Napurrula provides the requisite colour.
Osborne & Little ‘Wilde Carnation’ wallpaper from Seneca injects instant glamour to the room, while two talking-point chairs, custom-covered by Casa Mia in
a zebra print from Unique Fabrics, deliver added texture under the Zuster wooden table.
Formal sitting room
A grown-up sanctuary and another canvas for bold decorating style, on the walls Wattyl Thunderbolt.
Pewter-coloured curtains in ‘Fusion’ fabric from Mokum give an an opulent effect.
Fire place and hidden TV
Can you spot the TV in this living area? Double-take features give the room its unique appeal; clever cabinetry houses an Ecosmart fire and the television, the latter cunningly hidden behind a Lily Kelly Napangardi painting which can be raised and lowered at the touch of a button.
Muted taupe and milk chocolate tones in the family space – including a sofa and leather ottoman from Space and a Bayliss rug – allow the glittering blue pool to remain the colour focus.
A comfy chair in the study is essential for working from home.
Glamour and mystery in the master bedroom with walls in Wattyl Dauphin Grey, sheer drapes in Mokum ‘Fusion’ fabric and a single wall of Osborne & Little’s metallic ‘Quinta’ wallpaper.
The Bisazza ‘Hanami Azzuro’ tiles were bought in panels from Perini and then installed by a very patient tiler. The deep Kohler bath from Mary Noall is a favourite and not a white tile in sight.
This pool is running flush against the living area windows, it’s a stunning visual feature and, at 11 metres long, is also great for laps.