An eclectic House in Sydney
We often tend to underestimate the complexity of the design and eclectic interiors. You can’t do this! One false step and you have the gruesome image of a cheap Hollywood production from the 70s of the last century.
But the House from today’s post is an excellent example of the great potential of this style. Its greatest strength is the ample color. It’s the work of the Studio of David Boyle Architect. This has created a world of changeable variations through the integration of different colors, materials, fabrics and design patterns.
The architects faced the challenge of transformation of the old building in a two-family house. Accordingly, they have created two very different plans on both sides. The decorative design shows the same style in two apartments. It has uses everywhere newly used wooden elements and brick. They ensure continuity between the old and the new design.
They continue to contribute to financial austerity and Visual contrasts.
The Color structure gives their distinctive identity of the internal structure
The felt garlands are a unique eye-catcher
Bizarre decoration and retro furniture
The oak gives optical heat
Cuddly soft seating – abstract patterned fabric in retro style
To use the existing collection of furniture and works of art to transform the living room into a wonderful exhibition. The cool colors are a consistently striking for both apartments aspect. They are in the living room, bath, bedroom. All of these were generously painted in meaningful colors. Sky lights and glass Windows, you made for good ventilation. The farm is a cool place for relaxation and quiet moments.
Modern art and subtle fireplace
Verdurous pendant lamp factory style
An old phonograph and many pictures
Work with a special touch
You can call the flats quite as well as fresh. It offers a welcome change for semi minimalist and contemporary facilities, through which we are inundated these days.
Here goes the visitors in a colorful paradise and can be found as well as no dull spots in the entire clever design of the Marrickville houses.
Do you want a change in this direction in your home? You could look at the meaningful images and draw ideas from it. I hope you enjoy it!
Vintage chairs in pastel green
Wake up shower in lemon yellow
Small indoor garden – modest and loose
Covered balcony with fishing chairs in lemon yellow