A prominent working property in country Victoria called for an earthy palette and hardwearing materials.
The reconfigured layout included much-needed additions of a new kitchen and living space, with textures of timber, wicker and wool and fabrics in cream, oatmeal and eucalyptus providing a lovely nod to the land.
Space was not an issue in this sprawling home, allowing large orb lights and generous bookcases to sit comfortably within the architecture’s grand proportions. Heirloom furniture and sentimental treasures ensure past generations remain a part of this home’s present and future, while indoor greenery keeps things light and fresh.
Photography Lisa Cohen
Styling Tess Newman-Morris