Victorian Terrace in white with pops of pastel pink and green
In this grand Victorian terrace, in Melbourne's South Yarra district, designer Fiona Lynch managed to transform an otherwise small living area into a modern and light lounging space. The designer introduced custom designed cabinetry as well as architectural features through selected furniture (see that outdoor Corallo chair in the end of the post, it's just fabulous!) while sheer curtains keep the light in and the walls plain white. In this living space I love how art is used to accentuate colours used throughout the room (or is it the other way round?). Throughout the post, I am suggesting alternative art that you can use in a similar colour scheme, taking inspiration from the current selection at Lumitrix.
Ghost Armchair by Gervasoni at Anibou CM05 Habibi Side Table in Polished brass by e15 at Living Edge
“We were approached by the owners of this elegant Victorian terrace, tasked with redefining a narrow space defined by a column which sits adjacent to the kitchen. Its narrow proportions meant the space often went unused, however after consultation we proposed a tranquil retreat removed from the bustle of the family home. Sheer curtains define zones and create a sense of privacy. Custom joinery adds structure and maximises the limited space. Our furniture selection completed the project, with textured linens in soft greys and pastel pinks the final touch for a calm and peaceful escape.”
Grey cabinetry with inside drawers painted in Klein blue custom designed by Fiona Lynch Design.
The sofa is the Marechiaro XIII by Arflex from Poliform
Reflections by Hugau/Larsson, Glam Rock side table in rose gold;
Georg Jensen Ilse Vase - Medium, £116, both AMARA
Corallo outdoor chair by Edra, £5,200 CLIPPINGS
DESIGNER: Fiona Lynch
PHOTOGRAPHER: Brooke Holm
STYLING: Marsha Golemac