Inside a creative’s colourful home in the Southern Highlands

It’s not each and every day that a dwelling renovation is inspired by a rug but it takes place to be the case for this Southern Highlands NSW residence owned by Designer Rugs account manager Jonathon Murray and his husband Brian Hadnutt. “My customer experienced a spectacular Designer Rugs rug in his residing space, boasting enjoyable designs and colours this kind of as ruby, orange, sizzling pink, black and white. This palette became the cornerstone for the residing area color palette and derivations of this palette ended up repeated all through the dwelling,” says inside designer Lynne Bradley who led the home’s gorgeous, color-crammed overhaul.

Master bedroom
Learn bed room

Earlier rented out, and made use of sometimes as a holiday break property, the pair built the selection to leave the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney and make this dwelling their long lasting home in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. And while the all-white abode was quite habitable, the pair wanted to make the dwelling much more inspiring, colourful and useable prior to earning a long-lasting go.

Brian's bedroom
This bedroom characteristics another amazing rug!

“Generally, the house had excellent bones, but it was a bit vanilla,” suggests Lynne, who established about transforming the house with colour, texture, and floorplan improvements. The renovation also had to enhance the couple’s present furniture and act as a backdrop to their art and antiques collections.

As for the most important dwelling area, a new fuel fireplace acts as a focal stage and welcome place for attendees – Dulux Pink Vine creates drama in the place. “There was no fire in this area, so we intended a person with bench seating either facet and beneath seat storage. The room is cosy nonetheless stimulating, gives an eye-catching focal point from the kitchen and frames the backyard past, fantastically,” states Lynne.

Living room
The living room’s statement rug encouraged the home’s colour palette

The kitchen area obtained a partial renovation – Lynne loaded in the bar stool place with new shallow cabinets, replaced the tall storage with integrated appliances and changed the kick boards and cabinetry components. A new Kelly Wearstler pendant light-weight hangs over the close by eating table and Dulux Pink Vine options in that room as well.

Dining room
Dulux Red Vine accentuates the original paintings on the wall in the dining space

The bedrooms have been overhauled with a heat combine of paint (Dulux Turkish Tub) and smooth, patterned furnishings. The pair obtain many website visitors but typically function from property as well so the guest area acts as a review when required. The thoughtfully designed study nook was originally a crafted-in robe ahead of Lynne modified it.

Guest bedroom
Guest bed room
Study nook
Review nook

“The model of the house now is both of those spectacular and comfortable and even though it has a strong colour palette it does not dominate – rather it nurtures. This project was in fact a wonderful joy to get the job done on and the rationale for this is that my clients reliable me and did not struggle the method. My customers have grow to be my dear friends for daily life!”

Designer Lynne Bradley with her client Jonathon Murray
Designer Lynne Bradley with her consumer Jonathon Murray in the home’s gallery/hallway

Pictures: Will Horner | Styling: Olga Lewis

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