make it yours: kirra jamison and dane lovett

Artists Kirra Jamison and Dane Lovett reside in this small converted industrial warehouse in Melbourne. This is my favorite Sneak Peek to date! I love the white walls, open space and European/industrial-style décor. Pops of color are everywhere, and the abundance of sunlight and fresh plants create a lively and inspiring atmosphere. Click here to view the rest of the original Sneak Peek, which includes books organized by color and a chalkboard wall in the kitchen! — Lauren

Palette 1 (Bedroom)
A. Voyage (Valspar), PMS 428; B. Isle of Capri (Behr), PMS 2925; C. Hermosa (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 169; D. Serpentine (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 397; E. Sonic Plum (Valspar), PMS 7442

Roundup 1 (Bedroom)
1. Ben Quilty Painting, prices vary; 2. Vintage Scarf Reversible Duvet Cover, $79; 3. Greg Hatton Table, prices vary; 4. Vintage Desk Fan, $35; 5. Florist Bucket, $88

The second roundup + shopping guide continue after the jump . . .

Palette 2 (Workspace)
A. Night Shade (Behr), PMS Black 3; B. Hint of Cherry (Behr), PMS 1915; C. Green Blitz (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 382; D. Tropical Rainforest (Valspar), PMS Green; E. Blue (Benjamin Moore), PMS 2935

Roundup 2 (Workspace)
1. Industrial Rolling Side Table, $169; 2. Golden Acrylics Set, $35; 3. Japanese Masking Tape Pack, $30; 4. Public M8 Bike, $995

  1. Rachel Tatem says:

    I love the use of a range in colors in a room, too keep it themed and all pulled together: love it!

  2. Love the Greg Hatton Table! And really loving Palette 2 and the canvas painting. Too cool. I made a rainbow cake in a jar similar to those neon colors two weeks ago. We called it happiness in a jar.

  3. Love all the colours too. I especially love the black canvas!

  4. What a lovely palette. So unique and refreshing.

  5. Lauren says:

    I really love the bed in the first photograph!

  6. Wowsa… That black/neon painting – wha?! Is it for sale?

  7. Ashlyn says:

    Where on earth is that beautiful bed from?


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