Manly Beach PadBeach Style Dining Room, Sydney

Thomas Dalhoff

Inspiration for a beach style kitchen/dining combo in Sydney with porcelain floors and blue walls. —  Houzz
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amandacannonamandacannon wrote:22September,2015
  • Clif Gardens
    3 years ago

    Hi, I love the dining table in this house. Where is it from please?

    Thanks, Jane

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    Brett Mickan Interior Design
    3 years ago

    Hi Clif,

    The table was bought from HFOC (home furniture on consignement) in Sydney. It is vintage Eames base and a custom oval MDF top.

    Regards,

    Brett

rosie_dwyerRosie Dwyer wrote:7July,2018
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    Brett Mickan Interior Design
    3 years ago

    Thank you for your interest in our work @Rosie Dwyer. The wall colour is Dulux "Sea Legs". A beautiful deep green / blue.

    Regards,

    Brett

backsbacks wrote:30July,2015
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    Brett Mickan Interior Design
    6 years ago

    Thank you for your interest in our work @backs. The pendant is handwoven in Africa and purchased from Orient House in Sydney.

    Regards,

    Brett

What Houzz contributors are saying:

joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to Picture Perfect: 64 Coastal-Style Living Areas4 September 2018

2. Childhood memories. Manly, NSWDesigner: Brett Mickan Interior Design

georgia4321
Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: Colourful Homes From Around the World25 May 2017

16. Location: Sydney, NSWWhy we love it: There’s a lot of colour in this room but because it’s tonally similar, it’s calming rather than attention-grabbing. Lesson to learn: colour can be done in so many ways, not always bright, not always primary.

joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to By Hook or by Crook, It's Time to Make Way for a (Dining) Nook22 March 2017

By the beachThis colourful apartment, located over the road from Sydney’s Manly Beach with enviable ocean views, has a vintage coastal vibe and a ‘kick off your shoes and relax’ feel about it, just as the owners intended. The beach pad is used by a young family of seven on weekends and holidays, so the space had to be carefully planned to accommodate this many people comfortably. Designer Brett Mickan used playful, bold colours (Dulux ‘Sea Legs’ and ‘Pale Tendral’) to focus attention on the views, furniture and art. The banquette seating not only makes the best use of the available space, it adds interest and creates less visual noise than a table surrounded by chairs. The practical vinyl upholstery blends into the wall and adds to the vintage vibe, as do the four original Bentwood chairs around the table. Oval is always a wise choice for dining nooks to allow for ease of access and to avoid knocked knees.Handwoven pendant: Orient House

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