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You’d think that for an interior designer, designing one’s own home would be a breeze. But in fact, as we’ve learned from many of the designers we’ve interviewed, having a close personal connection to the project can make it so much harder. There is so much to choose from!
Kirsty Ristevski of online interior styling service Furnishd is a seasoned renovator, and recently turned her hand to designing a home of her own for her young family. Inspired by the Ham Yard Hotel in London and the bold material expression of David Flack, she wasted no time transforming this Albert Park building from an office block into a family home – restored mural and all!
Harriet Birrell aka Natural Harry aims to live as minimally as possible – a philosophy that extends to her Bellarine Peninsula home, shared with her husband, sustainable building designer Fraser West.
At just 40 square metres, this pint-sized home is smaller than the average one-bedroom Melbourne apartment! But the couple wouldn’t have it any other way. With multipurpose features galore and vast open surroundings, what the home lacks in size it makes up for in functionality and access to nature.
Not gonna lie, this pretty much looks like THE DREAM after the last few months of lockdown in Melbourne!
The Otways Loft in the tiny Victorian town of Forrest is wedged between mountain ash rainforest and the Mount Cowley terrain. This magical timber home is built from materials salvaged from train carriages and demolished churches.
Part tree-house, part train-house, part-cabin – Otways Loft is a picturesque retreat fit for a reclusive writer. Or if you’re not writing your memoir, just a quiet, nature-filled vaycay!