Alexander Pollock’s founder and principal interior designer Aaron Wong praises his interior design firm for displaying a seal of“versatile, luxurious and timeless appeal”. And with every new interior design project they put their hands on, they deliver nothing but the best and most customized service for their clients. With stunning mid-century modern decor accents, the project you are about to see in Southbank Melbourn is all this and much more. Let’s take a look!
With a heavy mid-century influence, Alexander Pollock studio created this luxurious penthouse located on Southbank in Melbourne, the home base for the interior design firm. Much like we would expect from a project located in one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world, this whole house was designed to boast a very exotic atmosphere, highlighted by the bright and strong colors chosen by the designers.
To contrast with the glistening reds and the powerful geometric patterns used on the fabrics, the walls were left plain white, and a solid wood sideboard was placed under an impressive watercolor work. As for the other accent pieces, two oversized armchairs were placed by the window in a white and camel color blocking scheme. The statement lighting design is a custom-made mid-century inspired piece in gold-plated brass and glossy white lacquer on the outside, whilst a gold powder paint was used for the inside of the lampshades for a smoother cast of light.
You can see both accent pieces in more detail on the photo above.
In the dining room, the designers kept the feeling of a luxurious 1960s mid-century style by incorporating accent pieces, such as the burgundy dining chairs. The sideboard next to the dining table helps to enhance that mid-century feeling, featuring a classic style and four square polished brass legs that contrast with the white sliding doors. On what concerns the lighting matter, this time the designers chose a contemporary-style chandelier – Ike – with a glossy black and gold-plated brass finish on the outside. Having gold-plated elements on both mid-century lamps helps to keep the open space room more harmonious and connected.
The master bedroom decor is where things get really exotic. The wallpaper that was chosen for the headboard wall displays some stunning golden-like branches as exotic wildlife. The color palette sees a slight shift, with bright colors being replaced by sober whites, navies, and dark grays. However, that feeling of luxury and comfort is a constant throughout the different rooms, and we can see how the designers made sure to make it feel like a whole.
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Marble details can be seen peeking from the bedside table.
Photos © Alexander Pollock
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