Newly designed flats regrettably have a standing for frequently remaining a little uninspiring, so when interior designer Jono Fleming established out condominium looking in interior-metropolis Sydney, he started by studying multi-residential assignments by architecture corporations he admired. ‘I admittedly was looking especially at ‘designer’ apartments,’ Jono claims. ‘I desired to know I was investing in top quality, and the corporations I was familiar with would occur with this warranty.’
Jono’s approach worked, foremost him to find out a new venture by SJB in Waterloo. ‘I had never ever seen a new construct with so significantly character, but also blank ample for me to convey my have aesthetic in,’ he states. Even though the making was totally new, the flats contained design and style aspects normally only identified in a long time aged properties. ‘Beautiful comprehensive architraves, herringbone flooring, and an uncovered painted brick wall produced the complete place feel like it had some history to it,’ suggests Jono. ‘It was the awareness to depth and the way the residences have been finished that genuinely drew me in.’
Considering that purchasing the home in 2015, Jono’s home has developed into a richly layered, character-stuffed area. To offset the neutral palette of the apartment bones, Jono has introduced color by artwork, components and household furniture, specially in the living space. The hero of this house is of class the military green couch by HK Living from Home Of Orange, which is surrounded by an evolving gallery wall and the ‘world’s healthiest devil’s ivy.’ ‘This plant just retains expanding and softens the whole place,’ Jono suggests. ‘Contrasted in opposition to the bricks and the industrial black paned windows, the ivy has grow to be my favourite point in the overall dwelling. I have no notion what I’m heading to do if I have been to ever shift.’
The character of Jono’s work as a designer and stylist usually means he’s continually sourcing new props for styling, numerous of which inevitably close up in his own collection. Even though formerly these things were being scattered across the condominium, he’s now put in a wall of cabinets in the study, wherever all his new acquisitions and styling props are organised by colour.
Jono’s apartment shows that finding your possess property styling aesthetic can take time, even for the experts! ‘It was initially a very, dare I say, ‘scandi’ vibe with tons of neutrals, pops of blush and a reindeer hide’, he remembers. These times, Jono phone calls himself a ‘curated maximalist’ with a place that’s a a great deal better reflection of his personality and style.
Examine out Jono’s amazing podcast, Household Of Model, featuring conversations with popular Australian design figures hosted alongside stylist Kerri Ann Jones…. like an episode that includes me (Lucy!)