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The contemporary and the classic are elegantly layered in this two-storey, four-bedroom Victorian mansion.
To celebrate the beauty of this 1885 house and transform an incohesive renovation into a family-friendly residence, Greg Natale Design began with a palette of black and white for the exterior and interior, adding warmth with brass accents and hues of blue, blush and grey. Black-stained oak parquetry floorboards and French panelling on the white walls bring texture and respond to the era of the house, while mid-century-style furniture balances traditional elements.
Beautiful transitions of colour occur throughout, starting with original front rooms in moody blue and grey. An art deco-inspired runner in blush and grey leads along the hallway to the kitchen, dining and living areas, where the soft colours come into their own. Walls have been removed to create large, open spaces, with a glamorous new pavilion added outside for entertaining.
Panels of blush grassweave wallpaper in the master bedroom and chinoiserie wallpaper in the master ensuite and powder room create jewel-like spaces in a house that merges past and present style.
See entire project in Greg’s new book; The Layered Interior Out now.