Creating a space for outdoor entertaining in a historically industrial neighborhood meant honoring the roots of the area with industrial-style furniture. The wire frame Jill dining table and Volley rocker by Tait Melbourne is the perfect homage to Richmond's past.
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Limiting the barrier between exterior and interior spaces creates an easy, flexible floorplan for entertaining.
A Classicon Bell table from Anibou was paired with the client's existing furniture, including their own sofa and geometric planter.
"Introducing texture throughout the interiors softened the largely monochromatic color palette," Mitchell said. "Warm timber flooring and joinery, [and] marble and plush chunky knitted carpet brings texture and dimension to the living spaces." In the kitchen, the texture of wood and marble gives contrast to the black and white design.
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Providing a place to host guests was an important priority for the owners. "About A Stool" seats designed by HAY are the perfect addition to a bar island for extra seating.
Wallpaper from Christian Lacroix, purchased from Designers Guild, gives a nod to the lush gardens and landscapes of Australia.
This story was originally published by Kate Santos for Hunker.
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