If it was possible to marry a house (and it probably is somewhere in the world), I’d be seriously tempted by this absolutely stunning Melbourne home. Offering the perfect blend of global styling, ethnic influences, leafy green accents and monochrome minimalism, the only thing I would consider adding into the mix would be some additional colour (a bright kilim rug or some ikat print cushions would be the icing on the cake for me).
For lovers of Scandinavian design considering whether, or how, to incorporate some ethnic hints or travel-obtained bounty into a space, I think this type of global styling offers a great starting point. Chucking in some bright colours or mismatched accessories (not too many though) would work within this space without overpowering it or ruining the look.
But enough from me – over to this beautiful house….
For me, this house is a great example of upmarket global style. The neutral scheme provides the perfect backdrop to show off treasures picked up from around the world and enables them to stand out and draw attention to themselves. The ideal foray into global styling for those who tend to prefer a more minimalist scheme.
What do you think? Let me know in the comments below.
Happy travels, and shopping,
Photography: Mark Roper
Styling: Glen Proebstel
Image Source Inside Out Australia