Friday, July 30, 2010
Happy weekend! Hope it's a lovely one. We're happily anticipating the long weekend here, and looking forward to seeing the summer blockbuster show at the National Gallery. What are you up to?
(beautiful photo by Tom Palumbo via gardening in heels)
What was originally a mid-20 century warehouse in Melbourne has been converted by textile designer Diane Bergeron and her husband Peter Throsby into a comfortable family home for themselves and their two daughters Coco and Annis. The ground floor contains the kitchen, three bedrooms and two bathrooms — and above on the second floor is the living room, a bedroom, and Diane's office/showroom. I love how it is modern but at the same time a warm and welcoming space — something that can be difficult to achieve in warehouse conversions. More photos here. Via LivingEtc.