Wednesday, 23 July 2008

Issue 56 - Greys Anatomy

Dave Southwood's pictures that accompany the story about the magnificent beachside Grey House in Salt Rock on pages 82 - 89 are a feast of architectural detail, but here on the blog we have a few more intimate spaces to show you.

This weekend house's exterior is a hybrid of traditional East Coast clapboard beach house and something a lot more forthright and modern. Reflecting this, Interdeco's Andrew Irving has put together an interior that is a mix of Durban colonial, and something with a lot more daring and dash.



The client wanted the same palette through the whole house, and so the black, white and chocolate scheme, with outrageous dashes of yellow is followed in all the rooms.
Production: Lauren Shantall
Photos: Dave Southwood

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

IN THE ARTICLE IN THE MAGAZINE THERE WAS A PAINTING ON THE WALL OVERLOOKING THE ORB LIGHT BY MOOOI. IT IS OF AN ORIENTAL LADY ON A GREY BACKGROUND. COULD ANYONE PLEASE TELL ME WHO THE ARTIST IS, I WOULD LOVE TO ACQUIRE SOME OF THEIR WORK. POST COMMENT ON BLOGSPOT. THANK YOU. CHERYL.

DECO admin said...

Hi Cheryl

To find out more about the painting, please get in touch with the decorator Andrew Irving on 031 312 6501.