This suburban Melbourne home was a product of the homeowners’ creative mission and the helpful guidance of architectural firm Hecker Guthrie. The 1960s cottage required a good amount of love and attention to bring it to its current condition, but the result is well worth it. Light wood flooring replaced stained carpets; and five coats of white paint veiled the once dark stained wood. See the original profile of the project at Urbis.
Photos by Armelle Habib.
We can thank Melbourne-based interior designer Hecker Guthrie for the warm minimalism of this apartment in Melbourne’s Carlton neighborhood. Plenty of art and greenery against a bright white backdrop is a pretty solid guiding principle, and it certainly proves effective here. For more, see the original feature in Vogue Living Australia or check out Guthrie’s there other work here.
From Blakes of London, a deftly designed kitchen and dining area in a Beckenham Victorian. A light, summery color pallet, a clever array of design details – like subway tiled cabinet backs and an in-counter herb garden, make for both a refined and relaxed atmosphere. We definitely endorse Blake’s carefully married material choices as well. For more, visit Blakes of London. Via Remodelista.