Vintage Converted Factory
I stumbled on this gorgeous home on facebook this morning, and needed to share it! This space is in Melbourne, and was formerly a mattress factory that has been converted into a rustic-vintage style home.
Adoring the predominate use of white throughout the house, especially the white floorboards and window shutters.
The chandeliers give the home a luxe feel, while still remaining cosy. My fave spaces are those with juxtaposing themes and styles, so the use of the rustic floorboards, painted brick walls and mismatched furniture with chandeliers, mirrors and french style furniture, really makes me happy!
Vintage floral prints are a favourite of mine and I've been collecting prints for around my own home. Clustered together (hanging or layered as I do!) just works, just like rows of different flowers at the markets or in a florist.
The kitchen hutch cabinet is the perfect way to store all your crockery and serving ware, especially if you have a penchant for tea parties! The key is to cluster together by shape, style or colour, as pictured below, with cake stands above the cabinet, linen and cutlery at the bottom, and crockery sorted by colour!
If space allows, a cosy space for guests is always a welcomed addition to a home. (This guest space reminds me so much of our stay at Trelawney Farm in Mudgee).
What do you think of this space? Do you love all or parts? Could you live here, or would you love to just pop in for a visit?