Created by an Australian architect as own household residence in the 1950s, this straightforward, breezy, beautiful midcentury in Sydney’;s northern suburbs is, when yet again, a well-loved residence for an architect’;s household. Owned for the last 5 many years by Louise Bell, owner of property goods retailer Table Tonic and architect Graeme Bell, the property, just featured on The Design and style Files, has been meticulously renovated in that time.
And most of the function, like restoring all the steel and timber frame doors and windows, as properly as introducing a new ’;50s-fashion sandstone fireplace and teak joinery, have been done by Mr. Bell himself. The interiors, a refreshing palette of black, white, yellow, and greys thrives in the vivid and airy space, as do a variety of textured wall hangings sourced from Table Tonic. See the total story and tour here.
∙ Louise and Graeme Bell [The Design and style Files]
∙ 20 Interiors Proving Australia Totally Ruled Decor in 2014 [Curbed]