SOUTH COOGEE - HouseContemporary Living Room, Sydney
This living space creates its own cosy area yet filters out to the kitchen. The use of similar tones and textures connects the 2 areas.
Photography by Sue Murray - imagineit.net.au
What Houzz contributors are saying:
There’s a practical and easy way to determine this. First of all, you could see where you two naturally like to spend more time together. Do you often spend the night at one place over the other because of comfort or convenience? If the answer is yes, then maybe you could consider cohabiting there. However, if both places are too small for two people to live in comfortably, then it may be a wise idea to begin looking for a new abode, which brings us to the next question…
The Wallers had two patterned rugs sewn together because one was too small for the living room. The minimalist fireplace burns ethanol. "They don't produce an enormous amount of heat but do create a lovely gentle warmth," says Nathan. "Plus, there's no smoke, so no mess."Sofa: Sofa Studio; chairs: custom upholstered with Par Avion fabric from Warwick Fabrics; rug: Italtex