A top-floor apartment in a converted church in Melbourne, Australia. There is an open-plan living/dining/kitchen area, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two WCs and a studio. There is also a ‘retreat’ area, a play area and an outdoor terrace. Create a home with a movie-star edge by teaming vintage with offbeat items.
Industrial-style steel and glass doors have been shaped to maintain the charm of the converted property and allow in as much natural light as possible to keep the interior bright and airy. The doors open out on to a spacious terrace area – perfect for a spot of alfresco dining.
This black and white kitchen has been given a contemporary feel with sleek gloss units and a bespoke glass splashback featuring a 1600s etching of a ball at the Château de Versailles. The cupboards are push-release and never show fingerprints.
Rich pink walls and a metallic button-back chair really lift this contemporary bedroom scheme. Fashion illustrations hung on the wall lend to its feminine appeal.
A striking black-and-white striped feature wallpaper makes for a daring and sophisticated look in this fashion-led bedroom. Soft furnishings and luxe textures add a touch of glamour to this ultra-feminine bedroom.
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