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HP Residence Contemporary Living Room, Sydney

Photography by Thomas Dalhoff of Hindenburgdalhoff.com
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http://www.karenastondesign.com.au
Contemporary formal open concept living room in Sydney with grey walls, medium hardwood floors and a freestanding tv. — Houzz

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haephestus wrote:
Artwork - it's great. Do you know where it is from?
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haephestus
Just for everyone else, I think the link is: www.soundslikehome.com.au
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Karen Aston Design
oops sorry! Missed the S. Thank you for correcting my typo!
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chris77_ wrote:
Coffee table - Love the coffee table where is it from?
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sjfah30

Love the colour of the lounge. where is it from? Thanks


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Karen Aston Design

This was custom made for Karen Aston Design.

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desi7775 wrote:
Would you kindly let me know where the floor lamp is from .. Thank you
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Karen Aston Design

Hello, this lamp is from TRVM lighting, called the Vanni floor lamp. I cant recall if this company retails their products or is trade only. http://www.trvm.com.au/ The coffee table is from Globe West, called the Tripod table in natural oak. Regards, Karen.

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desi7775

Thank you Karen.

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Sue Maillard wrote:
What colour is the wall?
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Karen Aston Design
This colour is Bison Hide by Resene
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Sue Maillard
Thank you, I love the look of the room and the colours
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Botanica Garden Styling wrote:
Love the rug. - The rug is beautiful. I am in Melbourne. Any suggestions where to find something similar? I have grey couches and have inherited a sage green Featherstone so need to revamp with new rug and cushions. Any ideas?
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Karen Aston Design
Hi, the rug is from De Poortere in Waterloo in Sydney. http://www.depoortere.com.au/rugs/vintage-multi They have many different colour ways. I would contact them to see who they supply to in Melbourne.
Otherwise try Bayliss, who are based in Melbourne, as they have a similar range; http://www.baylissrugs.com/index.php/transitional/harvest.html . However, they are trade only so you would need to purchase via a designer. A great choice with a mid century chair! Best of luck. Karen
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glu562 wrote:
Rug - Where is the rug from
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Karen Aston Design
Hi, this vintage style patchwork rug is from De Poortere in Waterloo, Sydney. It comes in many different and beautiful colourways.
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tamaralt wrote:
Love the sofa! Where is it from?
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Karen Aston Design
Hello, the sofa was custom made for the space by Kare Aston Design. However you may find a similar style from Jardan. The fabric is from Warwick Fabrics, called Chai.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Joanna Tovia added this to Why Womanly Curves Feel So Good
Not only does a round coffee table save knees (and small children) from the painful bumps inevitable with sharp corners, it also encourages connection and conversation – just what a living room should be all about.Artwork: Sounds Like Home
Emily Hutchinson added this to Subtle Decorating Moves Designed to Soothe Your Soul
There’s more going on in this lounge room, but it’s far from cluttered and a restful artwork brings the calming effect of nature indoors.Walls painted in ‘Bison Hide’: Resene; Vintage Multi rug: de Poortere; artwork: Sounds Like Home
Samantha van Egmond added this to 8 Budget-Friendly Ways to Farewell an Empty Wall
Tip: If you’re artistically inclined, why not try your hand at creating your own artwork? Spreading the design across several canvases will help you to avoid feeling overwhelmed by one enormous piece – they can also be separated slightly to fill an even larger surface space.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

castawayjt added this to Sitting/living
like the look of rug with couch
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Soft colours...simple elegant vibe

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