Situated within the Fairlight district of Sydney, this stunning apartment took our breath away with its effortlessly chic and modest decor scheme. With a seamless integration of vintage and modern decorative styles, the home proves that a lack of color only paves the way for a more creative use of texture and pattern. Take a look!
The light-filled living room, accentuated by its whitewashed palette, may only come outfitted with a handful of shades but there is no denying its dynamically developed finish. A scattered mix of sage green throw pillows emulate the vibrant palette of the outdoors, establishing a cohesive element between the indoors and out.
The mix of upholstered textures and stained wooden furnishings emulate the mid-century modern details of the decor, while a natural cowhide coupled with an all-white sheepskin complete the scene.
Monroe SofaWest Elm This hand-upholstered piece features a vintage-inspired composition with tapered wooden legs and loose back cushions. Pair it with a select number of colorful throw pillows to replicate the look!
With no shortage of cozy textures and streamlined details, this chic nook is an absolute dream! A shag rug beneath the chair helps define the confines of the area while a seemingly eclectic assortment of art do the same from higher up.
Smoked Oak Hanging Wall ShelfFerm Living This streamlined piece can complement just about any aesthetic, regardless of where it's stationed! We'd take it right above the sofa, styled with books and art, similar to the below.
Note the playful shapes of the throw pillows, which lend a subtle hint of contrast to the linear sofa. The hanging shelf, which extends along a single wall of the living room, stylishly displays a collection of art, sculptures, and plants.
The vintage maple table, and matching chairs, fit right in with the subdued aesthetic of the home. A two-toned pendant of a similar shade provides a dynamic accent to the overall look. Lesson learned? A reserved color palette isn't all that bad.
Consider this the new centerpiece. A modest display of a handful of dinnertime essentials - salt, candles, and coasters - plus a mini potted plant establishes an instant focal point for the room and a unique accent for the table.
Within the whitewashed kitchen a select number of colorful details instill a sense of depth to the decor of the space. Sage green stools - a reoccurring color theme we simply can’t get enough of - with a woven leather seat become the focal pieces of the decor, highlighting the streamlined contemporary design. A floating shelf outfitted with the brightest greens bring a bit more life to the space.
The resin fabric artwork hung above the bed distracts the eye from an otherwise modest headboard, while simultaneously complementing the color palette of the bedding. A single neon light, effortlessly positioned within the corner of the room, evokes a sense of excitement to the decor.