Sarah Trotter, principal of Melbourne interior architecture firm Hearth Studio, has a special passion for kitchen design. An avid cook, she& one half of t
Above, L to R: In an attic bedroom, Cooreman built wood-paneled cabinets into the walls under the rafters. In the bathroom, a modern industrial faucet contrasts with a hand-thrown porcelain basin by ceramist Anja Meeusen.
Rough-sawn, bleached wood flooring is covered with a natural-fiber striped rug, at left. (Cooreman offers a variety of similar Rugs for sale on her shop site, called Moka Tales.) At right, the designer’s AA Chair in natural leather.
Cooreman mixes ancient elements (the original brick floor) with new pieces (the white molded plywood dining chairs), plus newer pieces that look old (like the glazed, wrought-iron windows and doors on the ground level).
Paint holder: two wire shelves from one of those wire shelving units and zip tied empty thread spools in all four corners and the middle to keep them together, yet spaced apart enough to hold craft paints (kind of wine rack style).
On the bed is the Hay Plus 9 Throw. On the wall is artwork from Corinne Gilbert’s former store MC & Co. and the Menu Tribeca Staple Wall Lamp. The pendant light is the Ay Illuminate Z2 Ona White Lamp.