Matlock House is a 19th-century Victorian house located in Camberwell, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, that has recently been renovated to reflect the owners’ evolving family dynamics and eclectic taste. Among all the interior design, there is a particularly stylish center table design that catches anyone’s eyes. Take a look at this The Stylesmiths design project and see it for yourself!
Eight years since the last renovation, the family decided that it was about time to replace the kid-friendly, subdued interiors with a stronger, more personal sensibility. Inspired by their admiration for American-Italian model Carmen Dell’Orefice’s chic New York apartment and keen to showcase their collected artwork, the house’s owners entrusted interior designer Danielle Brustman from Australian studio The Stylesmiths to inject the flair, color, and sophistication that reflects their personality.
In the living area, the predominant base tone is a soft sky-blue, stimulated by the lush, bottle-green velvet of the Art Deco armchairs in the lounge and the Black Japan lacquer of the dining table in the next room, refashioned with a black glass table top and accompanied by chairs and other furniture pieces with matching shades.
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Brustman’s interior design is centered on an eclectic color palette that inspired by and complementary to the family’s personal poster and print collection, personalized for each room and followed by the use of re-purposed vintage luxury furniture and distinct finishes.
For the master bedroom, the use of pastel pink creates a calming ambiance which is tempered, as before, by a green velvet armchair and dark wood finishes.