Welcome to Darwalla, our latest interior design project for RSL Art Union.
Floor-to-ceiling windows emphasise the connection between interior and exterior, while the warm finishes of travertine and oak timber add to the distinct coastal quality of this house.
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Considering every view from every window and the glowing, natural light that filters through, the inspiration for the design of this home came from the gorgeous ocean hues and natural elements that paint every window like a piece of artwork.
We introduced layers of blue hues, eucalyptus greens, warm leathers, coastal linens and subtle pops of contrasting colour, to elevate the design to another level.
Sitting proudly alongside the dunes and ocean views, the three-story architectural home seamlessly reflects its surroundings.
On the second level, a media room opens out to a sun deck, capturing the warm sea breeze. Linear and geometric forms give a sleek contemporary vibe to the informal living area, while keeping it airy and spacious.
The soft furnishings, European oak and textured jute rug work effortlessly together to create a calm, inviting, and modern space for lounging. Sit down with a book and unwind amongst the ocean breeze from the floor-to-ceiling windows.
On the third and top floor sits a rooftop bar, lounge and alfresco entertaining area. We paired a dark beige sofa and soft caramel leather armchairs - the perfect combination for a sophisticated yet humble entertaining area.
The prevailing geometric lines in the Chris Riley artwork sings in perfect unison with the architect's bold geometric forms on the vast rooftop balcony.
Each bedroom displays a local artist, with the colour scheme pulled from the artwork to curate a unique look in each room. While the master bedroom faces the breathtaking coastline, each of the four guest rooms opens up onto the stunning internal courtyard, which features cascading vines and native flora.
Join Cyndi, our Head Interior Designer as she walks us through her interior design choices for the Darwalla project: