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Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.  Photo by Sean Fennessy
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Georges Antoni
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Georges Antoni

Plateau Project

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This artful reimagining of a 1920s Sydney home is emblematic of Phoebe Nicol’s approach to design. The interior is light, airy, calm and quiet – filled with pockets of space that offer respite from the outside world. Visit our Journal to tour this intimate home with enduring style. Styling by Joseph Gardner Photography by Dave Wheeler
This artful reimagining of a 1920s Sydney home is emblematic of Phoebe Nicol’s approach to design. The interior is light, airy, calm and quiet – filled with pockets of space that offer respite from the outside world. Visit our Journal to tour this intimate home with enduring style. Styling by Joseph Gardner Photography by Dave Wheeler
This artful reimagining of a 1920s Sydney home is emblematic of Phoebe Nicol’s approach to design. The interior is light, airy, calm and quiet – filled with pockets of space that offer respite from the outside world. Visit our Journal to tour this intimate home with enduring style. Styling by Joseph Gardner Photography by Dave Wheeler

Kings Road

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In celebration of Goop’s 15th anniversary, Gwyneth Paltrow worked with Ronen Lev to design a villa at the iconic Colony Hotel in Palm Beach, enabling guests to immerse themselves in the coveted lifestyle brand. ⁠ ⁠ On our Journal, we spoke to principal Jessica Kamel about bringing a touch of European flair to the vibrant coastal setting through colour, pattern and texture - including our Eden rug in Abalone in the bedroom. ⁠ Photography by Carmel Fasano Brantley
In celebration of Goop’s 15th anniversary, Gwyneth Paltrow worked with Ronen Lev to design a villa at the iconic Colony Hotel in Palm Beach, enabling guests to immerse themselves in the coveted lifestyle brand. ⁠ ⁠ On our Journal, we spoke to principal Jessica Kamel about bringing a touch of European flair to the vibrant coastal setting through colour, pattern and texture - including our Mojave rug in Natural in the living room. ⁠ Photography by Carmel Fasano Brantley
In celebration of Goop’s 15th anniversary, Gwyneth Paltrow worked with Ronen Lev to design a villa at the iconic Colony Hotel in Palm Beach, enabling guests to immerse themselves in the coveted lifestyle brand. ⁠ ⁠ On our Journal, we spoke to principal Jessica Kamel about bringing a touch of European flair to the vibrant coastal setting through colour, pattern and texture - including our Mojave rug in Natural in the dining room. ⁠ Photography by Carmel Fasano Brantley

Goop Villa

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With their latest project, Studio George has completely reimagined an art deco-inspired high rise, tempering the stunning Sydney harbourside views with an ambience that is rich, textural and emotive. ⁠ ⁠ On our Journal, we speak to principal Sara Horvath about mastering a design language that is both eloquent and precise.⁠ ⁠ Styling by Claire Delmar⁠ Photography by Dave Wheeler
With their latest project, Studio George has completely reimagined an art deco-inspired high rise, tempering the stunning Sydney harbourside views with an ambience that is rich, textural and emotive. ⁠ ⁠ On our Journal, we speak to principal Sara Horvath about mastering a design language that is both eloquent and precise.⁠ ⁠ Styling by Claire Delmar⁠ Photography by Dave Wheeler
With their latest project, Studio George has completely reimagined an art deco-inspired high rise, tempering the stunning Sydney harbourside views with an ambience that is rich, textural and emotive. ⁠ ⁠ On our Journal, we speak to principal Sara Horvath about mastering a design language that is both eloquent and precise.⁠ ⁠ Styling by Claire Delmar⁠ Photography by Dave Wheeler

Milsons Point

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Handcrafted with the finest jute, our new Mojave rug represents the pinnacle of our exploration into this naturally elegant and durable fibre.⁠ Styling by Joseph Gardner⁠ Photography by Marina Denisova⁠
Simplicity is the greatest luxury, evidenced in the effortlessly natural and durable form of our River rug. Handcrafted from jute, it is the perfect addition to dining rooms, living rooms and bedrooms.
For the launch of our beautiful new Mojave collection, we worked with Interior Stylist and Design Consultant Joseph Gardner to bring a very special campaign to life, set in a lovingly restored Casolare in Puglia. ⁠ Styling @joseph_gardner⁠ Photography @_marinadenisova_⁠

Casolare Scarani

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At Rosedale Farm, a selection of our textural rugs are layered against considered neutrals to create a soft, tonal interior. Pictured, our softly tactile Sahara in Natural. Photography: Steve Cordony
Inspired by the desert sands, our Sahara rug in Natural brings grounding energy to any room with its rich underfoot touch.⁠ Seen here in the new Farm Stays at Rosedale Farm designed by Steve Cordony. ⁠
A sneak peek at the stunning new Farm Stays at Rosedale Farm designed by Steve Cordony featuring our Babylon Rug in Sterling and Graphite, which adds a touch of understated sophistication.

Rosedale Farm Stay

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The loose weave and tousled fringe of our jute Terra rug in Moss lends an air of intrigue to this living space at Casa Soleto. Design by Andrew Trotter & Marcelo Martinez Photography by Salva Lopez
With a sophisticated soumak weave in textured jute, our Bramble rug lays a luxurious foundation in this bedroom at Casa Soleto in Italy. Design by Andrew Trotter & Marcelo Martinez⁠ Photography by Salva Lopez
Our Lucine Nook accent rug has a beautiful circular form made of coiled jute that sparks interest in the most unlikely spaces, like this guest house bathroom. Regram of Casa Soleto Design by Andrew Trotter & Marcelo Martinez Photography by Salva Lopez

Casa Soleto

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The Topanga House by Tamar Barnoon | Armadillo
The Topanga House by Tamar Barnoon | Armadillo
The Topanga House by Tamar Barnoon | Armadillo

The Topanga House

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The Boonburrh House by CLO Studios | Armadillo
The Boonburrh House by CLO Studios | Armadillo
The Boonburrh House by CLO Studios | Armadillo

The Boonburrh House

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The Coastal Pavilion with Mim Fanning & Lou De Mattia | Armadillo
The Coastal Pavilion with Mim Fanning & Lou De Mattia | Armadillo
The Coastal Pavilion with Mim Fanning & Lou De Mattia | Armadillo

The Coastal Pavillion

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The Pineapple Loft by Shapeless Studio | Armadillo
The Pineapple Loft by Shapeless Studio | Armadillo
The Pineapple Loft by Shapeless Studio | Armadillo

The Pineapple Loft

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The Barwon Heads House by Adam Kane Architects | Armadillo
The Barwon Heads House by Adam Kane Architects | Armadillo
The Barwon Heads House by Adam Kane Architects | Armadillo

Barwon Heads House

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Northcote Point Residence by Studio 11:11 | Armadillo
Northcote Point Residence by Studio 11:11 | Armadillo
Northcote Point Residence by Studio 11:11 | Armadillo

Northcote Point Residence

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Hut House by Melbourne Design Studios | Armadillo
Hut House by Melbourne Design Studios | Armadillo
Hut House by Melbourne Design Studios | Armadillo

Hut House

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Agra Rug in Duchess Styling: Olga Lewis Photography: Marnie Hawson
Bramble Runner in Natural Styling: Olga Lewis Photography: Marnie Hawson
Sahara Entrance Mat in Charcoal Styling: Olga Lewis Photography: Marnie Hawson

Werona Cottage

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Architecture: Tribe Studio Interior, lighting and furniture design: Arabella McIntosh Styling: Gena Sigala Photography: Sam Frost
Bramble Runner in Natural Architecture: Tribe Studio Interior, lighting and furniture design: Arabella McIntosh Styling: Gena Sigala Photography: Sam Frost
Architecture: Tribe Studio Interior, lighting and furniture design: Arabella McIntosh Styling: Gena Sigala Photography: Sam Frost

Venice Beach House

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Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.  Photo by Sean Fennessy
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Sean Fennessy
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Georges Antoni
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Georges Antoni
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Georges Antoni
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Georges Antoni
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Georges Antoni
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Georges Antoni
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Georges Antoni
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Georges Antoni
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Georges Antoni
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Georges Antoni
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Georges Antoni
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Georges Antoni
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Sean Fennessy
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Sean Fennessy
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Sean Fennessy
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Sean Fennessy
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Sean Fennessy
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Sean Fennessy
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Sean Fennessy
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Sean Fennessy
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Sean Fennessy
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Sean Fennessy
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Sean Fennessy
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Sean Fennessy
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Sean Fennessy
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Sean Fennessy
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather.

Photo by Sean Fennessy
Armadillo Journal | Plateau Project with Georges Antoni and Phoebe Ghorayeb
Home to fashion photographer Georges Antoni, model and presenter Phoebe Ghorayeb and their three young children, this 60-year-old Sydney bungalow is at its core a love letter to family. In giving the residence new life, the couple honored the post-modernist heritage while infusing it with modern warmth. Understated in palette and lively in texture, everything feels intentional and inviting – the perfect backdrop to rest, play and gather. Photo by Sean Fennessy