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The house is painted in Du­lux Antique White USA ¼ strength. 13 25 25; du­lux.com.au Lucy pur­chased the bath­room tap­ware and fit­tings on­line from Restora­tion Hard­ware, New York. restora­tionhard­ware.com Hale Mer­can­tile Co bed linen is used in the main and guest bedrooms, while striped bed linen from IKEA fea­tures in the bunk room. (03) 9939 1267; hale­mer­can­tileco­l­i­nen.com. ikea.com.au The kitchen cab­i­netry and benches are from Bun­nings Ware­house, though the is­land was cus­tom-made. (03) 8831 9777; bun­nings.com.au Lucy sourced a lot of the fur­ni­ture, in­clud­ing the sofa in the liv­ing room, from La Mai­son in Syd­ney. Most of the light­ing fit­tings are from Cot­ton Love Home in Wool­lahra. (02) 9331 6555; lamai­son.net. au. (02) 9387 3149; cot­tonlove.com.au The ‘York Town’ clock in the din­ing room is from Pot­tery Barn. 1800 232 914; pot­tery­barn.com.au

The linen in the main bed­room is from Hale Mer­can­tile Co, while the bed­side lamp is from Pottt­tery Barn. Lining boards cover an old fi­fire­place to make a bed­head, with one of Stewart’s framed land­scape pho­to­graphs above. “In the morn­ing you look out and just see green and hear the sheep out the win­dow,” says Lucy. FAC­ING PAGE, CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT The bath­room fea­tures a deep bath from Har­vey Nor­man with tap­ware from Restora­tion Hard­ware in New York, and a ‘Malmo’ stool from Schots Home Em­po­rium; the chil­dren’s bunk room was in­spired by one Lucy saw on Pin­ter­est and had cus­tom-made. The striped bed linen is from IKEA and Lucy bought the Mai­leg bunny from Honey­bee Home­wares in Fairlight, NSW; Stewart, Wil­liam, Amelia and Lucy walk out the gate into the farm­land be­yond; one of the old build­ings on the prop­erty.

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