Dining with Friends - Dining RoomContemporary Dining Room, Melbourne

Residential Interior design & decoration project by Camilla Molders Design

Photo of a large contemporary dining room in Melbourne. —  Houzz
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designer_ideas_sydneyDesigner Ideas Pty Ltd wrote:1April,2015
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    Camilla Molders Design
    6 years ago
    thanks for your question. This piece is by a Melbourne artist Rehgan Mather. You can find more of his work & contact him : https://busyplayingart.wordpress.com/
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    Advanced spirito libero
    6 years ago

    We've got plenty of real fresco painting artwork from Italian artist here in Melbourne,.......please feel free to check.

    www.advancedspiritolibero.com.au

designer_ideas_sydneyDesigner Ideas Pty Ltd wrote:1April,2015
    zedquistzedquist wrote:1September,2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      vanessalwalker
      Vanessa Walker added this to Super Size Me: 6 Oversized Items That Add Wow Factor24 July 2017

      1. Oversized artworkOversized art pieces have obvious appeal. Choose an original, such as the large artwork seen in this contemporary Melbourne home, for maximum impact. This work by Rehgan Mather adds a sense of dynamism to this otherwise restrained Camilla Molders-designed interior.

      rebeccalgross
      Rebecca Gross added this to Know Your Flooring: Cork31 May 2016

      What to consider when choosing cork flooringChoose a pattern and colour that suits the look and style of your room. Cork flooring is available in a range of manufactured colours and natural tones to suit a home’s aesthetic. Cork flooring has its pros and cons (see below) and these should be strongly considered before choosing cork as a flooring material, and before deciding which rooms will most benefit from its installation.6 flooring alternatives worth a look

      eclecticcreativestudio
      Eclectic Creative added this to Simple Ways to Bring Boring Pockets of Your Home to Life20 September 2014

      2. Be boldUse artwork to add drama to a lifeless corner of the room. It becomes the focal point and draws your eye into the space, adding vibrancy and interest. Designing and styling with purpose is always a good idea and the inclusion of artwork helps refine the area. You can also use the artwork as colour inspiration for the space – so choose a few colours and express them through cushions, furniture and accessories, just like this example using a pop of red. TOP TIP: Go full scale with your artwork. This gives added focus and demands attention, helping to zone the space.

      joanna_tovia
      Joanna Tovia added this to 20 Walls That Shout "Look at Me!"6 May 2014

      15. Magnetic artWhen a large, detailed artwork like this takes up such a big slice of real estate on a blank wall, the room can’t help but become one of your favourite places to hang out.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      heatherbiggs
      heatherbiggs added this to Karnup7 February 2021

      Match furniture to one or more colours from painting

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