As many of you will now know I recently travelled to Melbourne to style the norsu interiors 2016 collection campaign. Working with inspiring norsu founders Nat Wheeler and Kristy Sadlier alongside ren:
Unique wine storage designed and built by Genuwine Cellars. This wine cellar style is known as the Q Curve and holds approximately 380 bottles within curved wood wine racks. This one-of-a-kind Architectural Series wine wall concept features a precision-crafted set of glass doors that encloses a completely custom curved walnut rack. LED strip lighting recessed into both the base and bulkhead illuminates the cabinet and adds a futuristic touch to this modernist design. #WineRack
I maybe like this idea with the wooden beam at the end of my bar. maybe the wine in on the side of the bar opening only. :) Diy Wine holder, (maybe bigger beam in natural looking wood where you cant see the bottle neck)
It was an old railroad depot When you look at this beautiful brick building, you have difficulty to believe that it could be once used for a different life than a nice family country house. This is Carolina Peuriot Bouché, of the architecture and interior
for the artwork and bed, while black framed glass walls separate the bedroom from the living and dining area and allow the light from the windows to travel throughout the small apartment. At night, blinds and curtains can be drawn to provide privacy.