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115 Page Street Contemporary Living Room, Melbourne

Tom Roe
Inspiration for a contemporary enclosed living room in Melbourne with white walls, concrete floors, a standard fireplace, a concrete fireplace surround and a wall-mounted tv. — Houzz

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seiberi wrote:
Love the artwork! Where is it from? Thank you. Rosie
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Jess

Love this artwork - where did you purchase from?

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Kirsty Ristevski
You can buy her artwork through crate expectations http://www.crateexpectations.com.au/collections?category=2&subcategories[5]=127. Warm regards
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Harika wrote:
walls - hi! this is a beautiful room.. loving the colour palette! would you mind telling me what colors you have used for the walls and ceilings? thank you!
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Kirsty Ristevski
Hi and thanks! - Dulux Vivid white. Warm regards
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ilonam_obrien wrote:
Fireplace - Hi Kirsty, just love this home! Could you please tell me what material and colour the marble look shelf under the fireplace is made of please? Is it stone? Thank so much!
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Kirsty Ristevski
Hi there - thank you for your compliments The bench (steel frame) is lined with New York marble, in a honed finish. So yes, it is a pure, natural surface x
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Kerrie Howard wrote:
Fireplace - Hi. I love the feature wall around the fireplace . What is it please . Thanks Kerrie
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Kirsty Ristevski
Hi Kerrie, above and below the fireplace is rendered with a smooth finish external render. Warm regards
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Rebecca Gross added this to Houzz Tour: Opening the Door to Modern Design in an Old Victorian
Soaring ceilings and north-facing picture windows bathe the living area in sunlight. Cushions and artwork bring accents of summer colours to the otherwise neutral colour palette. Dulux ‘Vivid White’ on the walls is light and fresh, and is a perfect partner for monochromatic pairing with black accents.Felix grey wool felt sofa: King Living; artwork: Christine Minter
Anne Ellard Design added this to Expert Eye: 7 Ways to Create a Focal Point in the Living Room
1. A piece of art An artwork is the perfect way to introduce colour and personality into a space. Use a striking piece of art to create a focal point in a living room or living area. Choose a piece that stands out from its surroundings, but ensure that it ties in with the decor of the room.Select one large piece of art, or group a collection of similar pieces together to create a gallery on one wall. Pick an accent colour from the room’s existing colour scheme to help choose the perfect piece of art. This will anchor the artwork in the space, and ensure it ties in with the decor. When starting from scratch you can choose to select a focal piece of art first, and then base the rest of the room’s colour scheme around that. Tip: The empty space on a wall above a sofa is the perfect place for a focal artwork. 10 ways to make art the hero of your room

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Tonna Lewis added this to STUART’S STUFF/10690 Flowerburst Ct.
GRAND ROOM - SIMILAR HOOD DESIGN OF UPPER FIREPLACE SURROUND.
arivsiba added this to Fireplace, Tv
Is this what Elizabeth mentioned (countertop material used by FP?

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