Converted Factory: Artist in Residence

Converted Factory: Artist in Residence

Gregory Han
Jul 10, 2008

Here's an amazing mini-house tour from one of our promising new Australian bloggers who we're trying out. Tell us what you think...

Half artist's studio, half eclectic/bohemian living space, this converted warehouse is a great example of a highly personal approach to interior design. There is so much going on in terms of texture – books, collections, art objects, surface finishes, found furniture – but rather than overwhelming, it feels cosy and invites exploration...

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The nicest thing about this home is that it really gives you a sense of who the owners are. When popular styles are referenced to extreme, interiors begin to lose the best part of what makes your home yours - the personal touches that tell visitors a story.

Eggshell blue and honey wood tones create a calm, warm feel that make the large open space feel cosy. Now if only we could have the exposed beams, textured walls and ceiling height to die for - and throw in artistic friends who donate work to create an enviably eclectic art collection.

Post and photos by Emilie

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