19 July 2010

MELBOURNE WAREHOUSE


Today I'm inspired by this two-storey, converted mid-20th century warehouse in Melbourne, Australia from textile designer Diane Bergeron and her husband Peter Throsby. The ground floor has a kitchen, 3 bedroons and 2 bathrooms. On the first floor, there's a living room, bedroon and office/showroom.
The inspiration wall gives this room a human touch



Look at this awesome warehouse kitchen door

Lovely textiles all over the place


images via Living Etc.

4 comments:

Ludmila {creamylife.com} said...

Oh this is definitely a dream home! Love the color palette that's been used for decorating the entire home! Other than this, the light pendants from the kitchen are lovely, the 'love' poster is perfection! oh well, I guess I loved everything! happy Monday! xo

Carole said...

Love this. I saw it in Livingetc but some of these pics are new to me.
Doesn't it just show with a white backdrop almost anything will go. Ok, so there is some talent involved of course!!
Hope you have a great week Lise. x

Jen said...

Oh my gosh, what a place! I love the pop of red in the pictures. And that kitchen? Boy, I'd never leave if that was in my house. Hmmm... I wonder if they'd let me move in?? ;-)

Urban Style Vibes said...

@ Ludmila: you are so right, the color palette is awesome.

@ Carole:white combined with stunning colors, just awesome!

@ Jen: the kitchen is a lovely place. I think I would not go out for diner anymore;-)

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