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Pleasant Endeavour   CONTEMPORARY DECOR IDEAS | simple living area with soft colors and modern furniture | #contemporarydesign #contemporarydecor

Tan leather, light grey wool & Rollo Ottomans styled together in this Templestowe House by Ruth Welsh and designed by Lori Blachford

PDG Melbourne Head Office by Studio Tate |

PDG Melbourne Head Office by Studio Tate

Kitchen in a Melbourne Residence by Flack Studio | Photo by Brooke Holm | Styling by Marsha Golmac

I appreciate my joiners even more after completing this latest Flack Studio project. Hand rubbed bronze sheeting and angled details between American oak and Calacutta marble ; beautifully crafted and polished. by flackstudio

Gallery | Australian Interior Design Awards Stunning work by Fiona Lynch. #curtains #interiors

Fiona Lynch, 2015 Belle Coco Republic Interior Design Awards finalist, used teal and indigo accents to add moody interest to this understated design scheme.

Interior designer David Flack uses a monochromatic colour palette and some well-considered contemporary flourishes to update this family home

wall-mounted Agape Ottocento Washbasin against a backsplash of honed Bedonia limestone East Melbourne residence by David Flack, Flack Studio, Melbourne, Australia

New build: ideas for a contemporary family home. From the July 2016 issue of Inside Out magazine. Styling by Natalie Walton. Photography by Chris Warnes/Warnes & Walton. Interior Design by Adele Bates ( Available from newsagents, Zinio,, Google Play,, Apple’s Newsstand,, and Nook.

Are you bored with your interior? Or is a particular room getting you down? Switch things up by incorporating textures and bold artworks! Texture is one of those elements that can often be ignored in novice interior design projects, but when tackled succ

This is not:  A penthouse that doesn’t live up to its title. This is: A luxurious residence at the top of the Hampton Hill Development. With a passion for detail and contemporary spaces, the client’s brief was to create a glamorous coastal home. Flooded by natural light and bay views, the space took on a moody palette. Bold stone, gold metal details and dark stained timber bring to life a sophisticated interior. Photography: Brooke Holm Creative Direction: Marsha Golemac

C: Hampton Penthouse by We Are Huntly / Photography by Brooke Holm / Creative Direction by Marsha Golemac

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