Modern Australian Interiors

Australians are known for their easy going nature- And this fuss-free approach is reflected in their interior style too. The furniture is not likely to be very elaborate- although, sofa's may be generously sized to lounge on! Modern Australian Interiors favour a lifestyle that embraces outdoor living; Think wood of all forms, bamboo, basket-like textures and other natural textural elements teamed with ocean or urban inspired decor. The furniture-look is classic with a subtle contemporary edge.
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[Dynamic duo pair up for stunning new build]( Photo: Derek Swalwell / *Belle*

Pietra Grigio marble enlivens the timber and concrete backdrop. This is a house whose “dichotomy of raw and refined materials contrast and complement”, says architect John Bornas.

open plan dining living black white timber McKimm home oct15

New coastal style is epitomised in this breezy space. A generous sofa from Dare Gallery marks a comfortable buffer between the two entertaining areas – with the indoor dining zone defined by the Tasmanian oak table from Southwood.

bathroom white McKimm home oct15

Bright and airy, frame less shower screen no need for shower tray which helps room flow. Timber makes nice contrast.

The owner of this [Blue Mountains home]( has used her flair for design to create a fresh and inspiring workspace without spending a fortune. This fantastic desk was a revamped roadside find! Photo: James Henry / homes+

A dated brick home in the Blue Mountains is transformed with contemporary finishes thanks to the owners’ flair for design.


The Paddington Project by CM Studio. Furnished by Real Living. Photography by Caroline McCredie.

kitchen sink black tap McKimm home oct15

A little black can go a long way--just check out these 3 tile trends to see what we mean.