RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSIONContemporary Living Room, Melbourne

New mezzanine level of converted timber church for kids play area

Mid-sized contemporary loft-style living room in Melbourne with carpet, a freestanding tv and white walls. —  Houzz
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trindale72 wrote:1November,2014
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    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors
    5 years ago


    I'm sorry to get back to you so late somehow I missed your question.

    The carpet is 100% wool from supertuft

    Colour CHASE

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jessica Prince-Montague added this to How to Decorate With Typography19 May 2014

Get graphic with furniturePurchase a new statement piece or shop around for fabric that you can use to reupholster pre-loved pieces. TIP: White typography on a black background always stands out (and vice versa). You can tie the look together by teaming it with tonal accessories. But resist the urge to go OTT by incorporating other soft furnishings featuring additional typography.

Jenny Drew added this to Houzz Tour: Church Renovation a Golden Opportunity29 April 2014

The mezzanine looks over the living room void, aided by a glass balustrade. The old trusses jut into the space, keeping the rhythm of the old structure. The architect wanted the staircase, which leads to an attic-type space, to feel sculptural but not fight the old building design.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

J Cowling Design added this to J&F 3rd Floor Room26 May 2020

I’m sure this is a custom couch, but it’s kinda cool...eclectic space. Interesting

dmwege added this to Lancaster Ave Property Ideas11 May 2019

Modern and gothic blend in a church conversion. Note the glass divider between loft and lower main room.

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