A Former Corner Shop in Sydney Becomes a Family Home Full of Art Nouveau Flair

The sensuous residence draws inspiration from Scottish architect and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh and traditional Japanese interiors.

When it comes to crafting a home, the heart often knows what it wants—even if it makes for a challenging  brief. This was the case for a married couple in Sydney, who fell in love with a 19th-century building that once held the Balmain Supply Store corner shop, and had since been adapted into a residence.

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