Curtin Project
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CURTIN PROJECT

The moment you arrive to this stunning home, it isn't hard to be in awe! It's striking architecture isn't hard to miss from the street. The interior is all that on the inside.

Michael and Karen had the keys to their home and Meg was invited that very same day! We couldn't wait to get started on this stunning home and making it their own on the inside! 

Everything you see internally was curated for this home. It was a close collaboration which worked well. The lounge in the bedroom was restored by Michael himself and fits so well with it all.

 

Organic shapes, fine textures and bold colours are the elements that make this interior so striking!

It was an absolute joy to work with Michael and Karen and we look forward to collaborating with them further. 

 

 

Curation includes:

  • Artwork

  • Bathware

  • Bedding

  • Cushions

  • Furniture

  • Plants and pots

  • Sculptures

  • Styling

Interior Design and Styling: Neon White Design

Photographer: Taylah Cunningham

“Working with Meg was seamless, right from the start!  In the initial meeting, she really took the time to get to know us and what we were looking to do with the house. 

 

Having not utilised an interior designer before, we weren’t quite sure what to expect, but Meg was so helpful and assisted us at all stages. 

 

The initial concepts and designs she came up with were spot on and she provided flexibility and options for us – she also went above and beyond, providing advice beyond our project timeframe”. 

 

Michael & Karen

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