The Room Illuminated

Room 1 – Kate and Jon’s lounge room (Melbourne, Victoria)

Noblett coffee table

Noblett coffee table

A collection of images including an eye chart purchased from Etsy, Ghostpatrol and Miso print and peacock paper cutting purchased by Jon, on his travels around China.

A collection of images including an eye chart purchased from Etsy, Ghostpatrol and Miso print and peacock paper cutting purchased by Jon, on his travels around China

Floral cross stitch cushion

Floral cross stitch cushion

Looking into our 'reading nook'. Charles Rennie Mackintosh print above mid-century chair

Looking into our ‘reading nook’. Charles Rennie Mackintosh print above mid-century chair

Jens Risom C120 chair

Jens Risom C120 chair

Danish ceramic lamp and Indian pottery

Danish ceramic lamp and Indian pottery

New York subway map

New York subway map

A collection of vases; the vase on the left was made in Japan and bought in Tanunda, South Australia

A collection of vases; the vase on the left was made in Japan and bought in Tanunda, South Australia

'Little Boy Blue' tin and a collection of West German pottery

‘Little Boy Blue’ tin and a collection of West German pottery

A little piece of folk art, bought in the Barossa Valley, South Australia

A little piece of folk art, bought in the Barossa Valley, South Australia

Our printers tray full of bits and bobs; including objects found on our travels and family memorabilia

Our printers tray full of bits and bobs; including objects found on our travels and family memorabilia

Job print found on our honeymoon in Port Fairy

Job print found on our honeymoon in Port Fairy

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6 thoughts on “Room 1 – Kate and Jon’s lounge room (Melbourne, Victoria)

  1. Liza Fox on said:

    Love your printers tray!! xx

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  2. So warm and yummy! x

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  3. Absolutely love the site! Lovely insight to the various pieces and the photography is great. Can’t wait for the next room!

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