This 1904 Victorian home in Manly got a complete reconfiguration. Not a single room retained the same purpose as when we began this project! To capture the beautiful eastern morning light, the kitchen and lounge room moved to the front rooms, and a grand arch was added between the two. These rooms are accessed off the original entryway, now clad in marble tile, navy wainscotting and a transcendent forest wallpaper—new bespoke lighting throughout complete the spaces. With storage being at a premium, appliances were integrated, technology was hidden, and focal points were created to draw the eye up the 3.3m high ceilings.
Photographs by Pablo Veiga, Editorial styling by Kerrie-Ann Jones as seen in Inside Out Magazine.