The French inspired bedroom

This home is a real beauty built by Tony Tomizzi . My client had been hoping to decorate the master bedroom since they moved in 4 years ago. With a family business and three busy children she hadn’t quite got around to it. Enter me! The space is fantastic with a luxurious en suite that would leave any hotel for dead. First up, I made a private mood board on Pinterest. This allowed me to show the client ideas and a feel and then it was time to shop.

The Main Bedroom


My client really wanted some individual pieces for her bedroom so I started scouring reclamation yards and antique stores for old doors, window frames, even gates to use as a bed head. I ended up finding this set of antique shutters at Tarlo and Graham in Melbourne and shipped them across to Perth. It is a fantastic store for finding unique pieces. The nude water colours were found in a little old junk store and reframed at Preservation Framers. The side drawers are from Corner store.  The velvet and linen cushions and the linen throw are by Linum. I am loving these moody greys and blues. My simple tip is always use feather cushion fillers. It will give your room a more luxurious feel.

The Reading Nook (or somewhere for your husband to throw his clothes)


The Rostino arm chair is from Corner Store. Above the chair is a beautiful painting by Melissa Egan from Linton and Kay gallery. The classic Bentwood stool was a lucky roadside pick up.


Anglepoise lamp from Empire and vase filled with some beach foliage from Country Road.


There was a discussion about weather to keep or replace this antique tall boy. After a paint in Dulux Whisper White it works. On top of the drawers is the lamp with porcelain base from Empire, a vase from Country Road and some antique crystal that belonged to my client’s Grandma.



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