K house by James Woodford

gemmola_jameswoodford_elsternwick56112In Shot: Atlas rug from Armadillo&Co.

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gemmola_jameswoodford_elsternwick56244In Shot: Atlas rug from Armadillo&Co. Teixidor Apt Throw and Southwood velvet and linen cushions.
gemmola_jameswoodford_elsternwick56298_v2In shot: Dharma Door basket pot and Tide Tuki stools.
gemmola_jameswoodford_elsternwick56359In shot: southwood grey velvet cushion.
gemmola_jameswoodford_elsternwick56385In shot: Bemboka towels in dove and grey.
gemmola_jameswoodford_elsternwick56406In shot: Bemboka towels in dove and grey.

There’s a common misconception about dark colours – ‘they will make the space feel dark’. When in actual fact, it is the lack of contrast and good lighting that will make a space feel dull. For example; a space that is all whites with poor lighting will completely wash out. It needs darker and lighter objects to create a light reference.

K house is a perfect example of making a statement with a monochrome contrasting palette and utilising light to full capacity. We love how the design lets the outside in like framed living artworks, matched by playful relaxed styling.

Photography by Martina Gemmola
Styling by Ruth Welsby

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