Because they’re that good, this week’s Spaces is devoted entirely to Perth’s Studio Atelier, a young interior architecture team lead by husband and wife Kimberley Tan and Jeff Swinyard. You might like to follow their projects via Insta.

Understatedly sophisticated.

That tiled column tho! Also love these floor tiles.

Yes, I know that’s alotta imagery of one kitchen, but what a kitchen! Especially those beautiful tiles, and the tiled column leg on the island. See more of Studio Atelier’s Mabel House here.

Adore the combination of the small, soft sand coloured brick with the XXL pitted concrete blocks here, especially with the light timber flooring. Nice to see a fireplace off-centre for a change, in this case creating space for a cosy read-and-relax bench

Those brick archways are doing something to me…

I spy a scullery with the same vertically-laid sage green tiles.

Design is in the details: I appreciate that the tiles (from Myaree Cermamics, btw) go right to the floor. If it was just white paint under the cabinetry, it would be like pants that are hemmed too short.

Photography Dion Robeson; Styling Anna Flanders

Another of Studio Atelier’s recent projects, Gillespie House. Much (much) more here.

Restoring the character and charm of an historic establishment – ensuite details by Studio Atelier at the National Hotel Freemantle. See more of this project here.


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