The name "Megan Morton" instantly conjures
images of eclectic styling and clever details.
She is a Sydney stylist with an eye for industrial inspired vignettes.
Her book "home love" shares her ideas of styling;
focussing on symmetry, balance & mixing old + new.
So now that she and her family have decided to sell their home,
it is no surprise to see that the styling
is a little different from the usual real estate decorations.
Do you think most agents would feel nervous
about these wonderful industrial lockers in the family room?
It's a 1950s bungalow in a leafy part of town.
With a rather interesting floor plan
and surrounded by majestic gum trees.
With a pool like this beckoning under the gum trees,
one probably wouldn't spend too much time in the house!
Tiny spaces have been given the stylist tricks,
with mirrors & lots of white.
(Just a thought...would a mirror over a bath
drive you crazy with splashes, or am I just being pedantic?)
It's a very sunny home,
with lots of interesting furniture & objects.
So my question to you is,
does this styling make you want to live here,
or is it the building itself which makes you want to live in a house?
Property: 24 Coolaroo Rd, Lane Cove, Sydney
Images & agents Ray White
With thanks to Design Files for background information