Unexpected Bursts of Color Enliven a Midcentury Pad in Australia

Unexpected Bursts of Color Enliven a Midcentury Pad in Australia

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By Melissa Dalton
In a midcentury home in Victoria, Australia, an interior designer embraces color and a connection to the outdoors.

"It was a good-looking house from day one, really," says Andrew Parr, director of interior design at SJB, an architecture, interior design, and urban planning firm based in Melbourne and Sydney. Parr led the overhaul of this midcentury house on the Mornington Peninsula, south of Melbourne. It had good bones, including a skillion roof, exposed beams, and expansive windows. "The main vision was to make it engage with the natural environment," says Parr, via A Life Individual, a video series created by The Design Files and Space.

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