Project: Queenscliff
Posted by on 18th of May 2012

Just back from Queenscliff and thought I would put these photos up. I am thrilled with the job. I was working once again with Molnar Freeman Architects and they have created an exceptional house. The client was terrific, she had a great sense of style and had already selected a lot of the furniture etc. Together we chose the final elements that helped to link the different areas, while contributing to each rooms’ identity.

I love this rug, an amazing piece we imported from the Rug Company in London. The colours and design create a dynamic focal point for the room. The strong graphic quality of the rug is enhanced by the sculptural base of Tomahawk coffee table from Anibou.

The client saw an image of a “moustache” backed chair that he loved. We simplified the arm detail and added studding, creating a really smart piece – a great blend of classic form given a contemporary slant.


The client and I chose the Pony Rider cushions for the den sofas. I had to show this image because I adore the idea that the TV room is sunken and think the joinery detail by Molnar Feeman is really worth seeing! We selected the aptly named “beach life” carpet because of the generous, looped wool texture and organic colour palette.


Fell in love with these cushions at Life in Style. They are handmade to order, so you can custom colour everything. The deep turquoise of the custom made bedhead is the perfect foil for the crisp white bed linen.

Draped white linen curtains compliment the simplicity of the master bedroom. The colour palette consists of tranquil greys, silvers and eggshell white. The bedhead has been studded with nickel studs accentuating the gentle curve of the design.


Little girls’ rooms….with gorgeous curtains!

Detail of “Avairy” print by Schumacher

Detail of Kallianthi beads