ABOUT THE HOUSE
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.