12 OCT 2012

Flat White / Long Black Interiors

A suburban Sydney cottage, a 1920s Danish mansion, a mod Manhattan loft and a spacey Vienese penthouse.

These contemporary homes go head to head with ideas on how to work with gorgeous black and delicious white. Staff Picks: Jess - Exposed lighbulbs by NZ designer Katie Brown, in Fearon Hay loft. The raw, industrial edge to these arrangements speaks to my style. Emma - Round, glass orb cieling lamp in Menula Fabrin mansion. I like the understated glamour and texture of this piece. Dan - Jean Prouve 'Standard' Chairs in Delugan Meissi penthouse. I'm quite a big fan of industrial style and these chairs have a real elegance to them. Libby - Sunday school benches in Andrea Millar cottage. The story and history, behind a piece furniture, is often as exciting to me as the piece itself. Images from: designfiles.com, bloigmasignet.dk, urbismagazine.com, designsigh.com

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