As promised, more inspirational images featuring pattern, vibrant color and gorgeous wood pieces. This Brisbane home belongs to Lydia Pearson, one half of fashion label Easton Pearson. Her 1960's home was cobbled together from vintage pieces and discarded items. I love that almost every room is filled with art by local artists and family friends.
Vintage wood sofa is covered in pillows from Rajasthan.
A myriad of patterns bring the home's veranda to life.
1960's Hans Wegner sofa and a hot pink cowhide rug.
Vintage rosewood sideboard and 1950's chair.
1940's firescreen shares space with orange chairs designed by Lord Snowdon.
1940's kitchen table and vintage cabinet.
Collection of creamy pottery and brass pieces.
The dining room's windows were constructed from old stained glass found at a junkyard.
The bedroom is a serene oasis with a window seat that overlooks the valley below.
Images scanned by Moodboard from Vogue Living March/April 2008
Photography by Petrina Tinslay