South Australian Style Magazine : South Australian Style 35 Spring
72 SA STYLE SPRING 2O18 / LIVING #REALHOME / In the dining area the large black timber table, which was made by a mate in Paraparap near Torquay (Grummie Furniture) is the hero, while in the adjacent well-appointed kitchen Smeg appliances and Caesarstone benchtops ensure the space is functional but still good looking. Continuing this theme, the master bedroom also ticks the boxes for both functionality and looks. This large space features an impressive double door (“although I hardly ever open both doors!”), a window seat, plenty of built-in cabinetry, and what is quite possibly the best ever walk-in wardrobe. Immaculately presented, the space is utilised from floor to ceiling, with an impressive shoe collection housed over one entire wall. In the centre, a glass top cabinet displays watches, sunglasses and ties. This home is a collection of the things that mean something to this young owner. Sentimental keepsakes and tastefully placed football memorabilia have been showcased alongside more expensive designer items and the combination works. It’s pared back and uncluttered, yet family photos and meaningful mementos still dominate the space. The result is homely, unpretentious yet grand and extravagant all at the same time. Ingenious.
South Australian Style 34 Winter - Rebecca Morse