House Tour | Melborne, AU |

Monday, May 27, 2013







Via  Photos by Sean Fennessy

Hope everyone had a great weekend and many of you are enjoying the extra day off today. We finally got a bit of unexpected nice weather and while I was still confined to working inside it was lovely to have a bit of sunshine streaming through my windows and fresh air coming in the open doors. But what I wouldn't give for a light flooded space such as this. How amazing are all the windows and the wall of green outside the dining room? I also love the eclectic collection of modern and vintage furnishings. I would be in heaven to have a space where you felt the inside and outside were almost one in the same. I can't imagine a better environment to work and live in. Actually I can imagine it, I am imagining it right now and it's perfect.

19 comments:

  1. Ohhh...me likey! That wall of green and that courtyard. So lovely. I love all that natural light. Our dining room is nice, but so dark. I hate that about it so I'm drawn to these rooms.

    Happy long weekend, dear...I'm sure you're working though, yes?

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    1. i am working and watching the hgtv marathon. fun times :)

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  2. I completely agree, I dream of an indoor/outdoor space with lots of lush greens and warm air. Living in the arctic you really need to seperate the indoor/outdoor spaces as much as possible ;)

    Cheers.

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    1. no kidding from the photos you showed of the snow you get! but, living in a climate where this was more of a year around option, yeah, i dream about that a lot :)

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  3. Lovely space! Do you happen to know the name of those dining chairs? Every time I come across them I drool a little bit ;)

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    1. they are eames eiffel chairs (with dowel base). i have a couple myself and i looooove them (you can get good knock offs for half the price of the real deal). i sure wish mine were set up in a place like this house though!

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  4. Maybe it's because I'm a total ninny, but every time I see anything having to do with Australia (even stunning homes like this one, replete with Eames chairs!) I am reminded of the fact that the most dangerous types of spiders live in that country. And then I get the heeby jeebies. xo

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    1. ha! that's funny while watching a serious house hunters marathon today i said "ooo, i'd love to live there" and fisher said, "not me, australia is the most dangerous place on earth." he was referring to the deadly spiders and such ;)

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  5. Every time I come to your blog, you make me want to move. You have also got me addicted to House Hunters (and Love it or List it)lol

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  6. This is the kind of natural light I dream about! The beautiful little vignettes scattered about the house also caught my eye!

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  7. Just seeing all that natural light makes me happy and want to move in.

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  8. This space is amazing with the wall of windows/glass doors facing that beautiful courtyard...gorgeous!

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  9. Whoa, I love this space! The tiny pops of bright colors combined with neutral mid-century pieces make a great combination. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Oh man, you are so good at finding these great spaces. I love all the splashes of color and pattern found throughout the house. The owners picked some fantastic art and furniture too. PS~I had no idea that Australia had the world's most dangerous spiders. Good to know. ;)

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  11. I love the pops of colour throughout. And that woven stool / table thing? I need that stat

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  12. This house is GORGOUS! I wouldn't change a thing ... ok, one thing ... 'ME' moving in ;) Sending sunshine your way!!!

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  13. You had me at Acapulco Chair!

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  14. I found your site very beautiful and distinguished too. Thank you for your good work and continue.

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