Harbour Apartment – Sydney

Harbour life: A city apartment that feels just like home

With the help of interior designer Lloyd Hodgkinson, John Croft decorated a lively Sydney pied-a-terre for a Brisbane couple to serve as a relaxing city escape as well as a great place to host friends and business associates. The fun and whimsy begins in the entryway where angular walls are toned down by the placement of a curved console and an original sculpture by Brisbane artist Els Houwen, showcased atop an inspired pedestal. More colourful accents complete the room to provide for a very warm welcome.

In the living room, a large expanse of mirror serves the double purpose of making the room look larger while reflecting the beautiful views of the harbor. A spacious light beige sectional as well as the glass coffee table and dining table sit atop beige carpets as to not distract from the views. For added interest, a vibrant custom rug and complementary throw pillows are brought into the mix while the multi-coloured dining chairs add to the playful and fun atmosphere.

The bedroom features a vibrant headboard and colourful bedding and pillows to match. All of this serves to create a delightful space where homeowners, and guests alike, instantly feel at ease.

Whether decorating a small condominium or renovating a grand historic home or as in this case a pied-a-terre, you can always rely on John Croft Interior Design associates to deliver more than you ever imagined. So call our offices for an appointment with one of our talented team members.

To read more about this elegant project please click the link to the pdf.

See this article as published in Luxury Home Design, Volume 11, No 5, 2008


															
																														
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