Harmony is a holiday rental situated at Hepburn Springs, Victoria. The Interior walls are American Walnut. All wall lighting and light boxes are in Nickel and Bronze stainless steel and are designed by Bainbridge. The kitchen features black lacquer pyramid cupboards and Sycamore contrast. Bedrooms have been fitted with padded wall tiles, Walnut built-in cabinets and beds, and silk and gold leaf wallpapers from America and Japan. All doors are Walnut with ebony inlay patterns. Accessories have been made by Bainbridge to achieve a luxurious but casual ambiance, where guests can close the front door and cocoon themselves in front of a large Limestone contemporary fire - something that can be achieved in any home.
This is a small holiday cottage in the middle of the Wombat State forest in Victoria. The walls and ceilings are low sheen Ply, as are all the beds and kitchen. For this home, Anita has been influenced, for this house, by minimalist Scandinavian design. Curved edges are a detail repeated in each room. Sliding barn doors in reclaimed wood add the country look and Silver Birch and Antlers create interesting features without compromising the calm softness of the interior.
South Yarra Apartment
This interior was designed by Interior Designer Robyn Nedovic. Her partner has a love of books, and she of our furniture. Between Colin, Robyn and her husband, they collaborated to design a superb Art Deco library which looks as though it has always been in the newly renovated apartment. Nickel detail and exposed nickel screws, handles and lock plates, catch the light and contrast against the Macassar Ebony wood. The library is also fitted with down lights, a ladder, bar and fridge. The room is a step back into the glamorous 1920's. Robyn continued the theme of Art Deco and Macassar Ebony, with further pieces of furniture; a built in desk and a reproduction of Ruhlmann's Yardley table. All made by Bainbridge. It is a delight to visit.
Anita worked with the clients supplying fabrics from France, wallpaper from America and decorative accessories and antique torchiers from France and Germany. Bespoke furniture and carpets were designed by Anita with influences taken from French Art Deco design. Sofas were an updated version of Ruhlmann design, as was a gold leaf three leg table. The dining table designed by Bainbridge was four metres long and surrounded by dining chairs epitomising elegance, without compromising comfort.