GREEN plan­ta­tion

Australian House & Garden - - Decorating - Lucy Suther­land Com­mer­cial di­rec­tor, Tem­ple & Web­ster

This scheme ref­er­ences the ’70s, with nat­u­ral tex­tures and deep greens at the fore. Or­ganic shapes and loose weaves are tem­pered by high-gloss tex­tures of glazed bricks and green glass. Lush vel­vet, earthy ter­ra­cotta and fo­liage en­gen­der a feel­ing of serene bliss.

Os­borne & Lit­tle Cas­cade wall­pa­per, Seneca Clock­wise from top left Tex­tiles. Ce­cile rat­tan pen­dant light, Tem­ple & Web­ster. Eli­tis Artemis Nym­phe sheer fab­ric, and Os­borne & Lit­tle Trop­i­cana fab­ric by Matthew Wil­liamson, both Seneca Tex­tiles. Tage glass pen­dant by

Pholc, Scan­di­na­vian De­sign Cen­ter. Uniquo Congo Re­lax chair,

Tem­ple & Web­ster. Evie sofa, Tem­ple & Web­ster. Tex­tura De­signed for Liv­ing wall­cov­er­ing. In­te­rior by Malv­ina Stone.

Look to fo­liage and nat­u­ral tex­tures of leather and rat­tan. This is a new take on bring­ing the out­side in.

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