We love how the Aussies style a home—think laid-back yet sophisticated, with an irresistible international flavor thanks to their unique global positioning. This stylish abode in the hip Toorak neighborhood of Melbourne showcases this sleek style with a timeless appeal. Robson Rak Architects was tapped to strip the 1983 Georgian-style home of its '80s styling replacing it with new amenities in a minimalistic palette.
The attention to detail is evident from the renovation to the decorating; no interior stone was left unturned. The neutral colors are complemented by moody touches of deep forest green, black, and charcoal gray. The marble dining table is definitely our favorite piece in the house—what a showstopper. But wait until you see the home office… #goals.
A neutral dining space is complemented by the warmth of wood and a striking still-life painting.
The soft gray velvet of these modern chairs bring much-needed texture to a neutral space.
A velvet throw pillow in forest green is just the right touch of color in this monochrome living room.
This is indoor/outdoor living at its finest.
Everyone should have a marble dining table at home.
The unique architectural design allows so much light to flood in.
This office space is productivity plus. Who wouldn't be inspired to work here?
The cold of the marble is complemented by the beautiful warmth of these timber drawers.
The dark curtains add a hint of drama to this modern bedroom.
This is how we all want to come home.