The designers behind this Melbourne home’s ensuite wanted it to be a meditative space. Goal achieved, don’t you think? It feels like a hidden spa. Love the skylight for a flood of natural light, the sunken bath-and-shower, and this very light sandy tone which looks pinkish in certain lights.
This is the laundry from the same house. Those matching black hangers and black step ladder take this practical space from vanilla to vanilla bean.
Nice Material match: white tongue and groove walls (tall, narrow panels look super modern) with wide, light timber floorboards. Bonus points for the concealed cupboards.
Perfect #softminimalism. Lived-in, layers of texture, and natural materials.
Photography – Kristofer Johnsson
Scenes from interior stylist Pella Hedeby’s home. I looove those old black doors on barn rollers as bedroom doors. The bedside moodboard is a sweet idea for changing things up regularly according to your mood, and colour palettes you’re loving at the mo’
I’ll always have a soft spot for impossibly teeny kitchens.
Looks like they’ve painted the floorboards a soft grey… nice choice.
Get you a shower you can do an entire dance routine in…
Love the use of plants and a boho rug in this toddler’s room – you don’t see that often, and totally changes and uplifts this space.
Sophistication from Melbourne’s Mim Design. Love the grey cabinetry, and how they’ve kept the stained glass windows in.
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