Inside a creative’s colourful home in the Southern Highlands

Audrey J. Powers

It is not each day that a dwelling renovation is impressed 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 had a outstanding Designer Rugs rug in his dwelling home, boasting exciting patterns and colours these types of as ruby, orange, scorching pink, black and white. This palette turned the cornerstone for the living home colour palette and derivations of this palette had been repeated through the property,” suggests inside designer Lynne Bradley who led the home’s lovely, colour-filled overhaul.

Master bedroom
Master bedroom

Beforehand rented out, and applied sometimes as a holiday break property, the pair produced the final decision to go away the Jap Suburbs of Sydney and make this property their long lasting home in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. And when the all-white abode was incredibly liveable, the pair needed to make the home more inspiring, vibrant and useable right before creating a permanent shift.

Brian's bedroom
This bed room capabilities an additional amazing rug!

“Generally, the residence experienced wonderful bones, but it was a little bit vanilla,” says Lynne, who set about reworking the household with color, texture, and floorplan alterations. The renovation also had to enhance the couple’s existing household furniture and act as a backdrop to their art and antiques collections.

As for the main dwelling spot, a new fuel fireplace acts as a focal point and welcome space for attendees – Dulux Red Vine generates drama in the house. “There was no hearth in this area, so we developed just one with bench seating both side and underneath seat storage. The room is cosy still stimulating, supplies an desirable focal stage from the kitchen and frames the backyard garden further than, superbly,” suggests Lynne.

Living room
The living room’s assertion rug impressed the home’s color palette

The kitchen received a partial renovation – Lynne crammed in the bar stool area with new shallow cupboards, changed the tall storage with integrated appliances and changed the kick boards and cabinetry components. A new Kelly Wearstler pendant light-weight hangs higher than the close by eating desk and Dulux Crimson Vine characteristics in that area also.

Dining room
Dulux Purple Vine accentuates the primary paintings on the wall in the dining home

The bedrooms had been overhauled with a heat combine of paint (Dulux Turkish Bathtub) and comfortable, patterned furnishings. The couple get several visitors but usually operate from house as well so the guest home functions as a study when essential. The thoughtfully created examine nook was at first a designed-in gown ahead of Lynne modified it.

Guest bedroom
Guest bedroom
Study nook
Examine nook

“The style of the property now is both remarkable and at ease and whilst it has a strong colour palette it doesn’t dominate – somewhat it nurtures. This job was certainly a terrific joy to work on and the cause for this is that my customers reliable me and didn’t struggle the system. My clientele have become my expensive mates for life!”

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

Images: Will Horner | Styling: Olga Lewis

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