My Ideas On Furniture

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Height

Rethink the height of your furniture and create a whole new perspective for your room. This Bedouin-inspired living area, with its rich layers of rugs and throws, low-slung tables, daybed and floor cushions, instantly evokes an exotic and hedonistic ambience.

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Versatility

Not everything in your home needs to fulfil its intended use. Chairs can double as tables, floors used as a place to store generous piles of books and magazines, cupboard handles a place to hang decorations. Think outside the realm of traditional interior stores – this divine chair began life in a church.

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Break the rules

Tradition would have you place furniture in set places, but it’s always worth breaking the rules to utilise space in different ways. Here, the chaise is set away from the wall, giving you complete access to the window.

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Upcycling

Small alterations can bring new character to a piece of furniture. The handles of these wooden drawers were removed and replaced with leather thronging bought at the local shoemaker.

FILED 15, Oct 2015

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  • SYDNEY SHOP & STUDIO 3.02 75 Mary Street St Peters NSW 2044
  • 02 9516 5643
  • MONDAY - FRIDAY 10AM-4pm OR BY APPOINTMENT