Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Tamarama House, Sydney, Australia


I can often have a bit of an emotional reaction to really amazing interiors, and that's exactly how I felt when I discovered Australian interior designer Sarah Davison. It was as if many of the personal dreams and design ideas floating around my head somehow materialized on my computer screen and I almost felt giddy with excitement. Sarah's spaces are modern yet timeless, simple yet layered and interesting and always incorporate a beautiful feeling of balance and harmony. I had an incredibly difficult time deciding which space to feature first (yes, expect to see more of her work featured here in the future - as I am her new biggest fan!) as there were a number of spaces that really spoke to me. Eventually I decided that it wasn't really possible to make the wrong choice in this case, so I just picked the space that felt like the right fit for today. This 1920's 'Spanish Mission' style home near Tamarama Beach in Sydney, Australia has alot of architectural character yet still feels very contemporary and refreshing. 






"The fixtures and furnishings feel comfortable and complete, not overdone. There is breathing space in this apartment."













5 comments:

Cara @ Lilac and Grey said...

stunning stunning stunning!!!!!!
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Natasha @ Northern Light Blog said...

LOVED this house since I first saw it in Lonny Magazine, thank you for refreshing it in my mind :)

Sarah Engel said...

this home is unbelievable. it's so beautiful.

Blinds said...

Brilliant! This is a really marvelous stuff for me. Must agree that you are one of the coolest blogger. I was curious to see a stuff like that. Fabulous post!

Mark Sindone said...

I love that mobile pod seat in the second picture! And besides that, the rest of the rooms are really well tied in with tons of self storage and corners that have been beautifully decorated!

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