Small Apartment-Victorian Style
In the folllowing “Victorian mansion” style of the building we can see the kitchen of Miss Chu which she uses also for office in her business. Nahji Chu, the ‘Queen of Rice Paper Rolls’ is actually Miss Chu. Her Sydney apartment is in unique luxury interior design style just like her food. It is interesting how good and clean this place is and hoe it doesn’t look like a working place at all.
The back of this chair is shaped as rabbit ears. Miss Chu owns it after a 2009 installation was closed at Sherman Galle.
Here the recliner is presented in the living room in a very stylish and modern way. The plastic bottle is turned into a vessel, thus matching completely with the interior not leaving an impression that it is just a simple bottle.
This old chair has a big history. Who says that the old and the cheap can’t be combined with the look of contemprary interior elemenets? This chair has been moved across different homes since the owner was 25 years old.
The George’s chair is placed outside where it is fits perfectly well with the balcony tiles. The whole composition leaves summer impressions and creates positive moods.
Artwork by Geoffrey Nees – this place doesn’t have to many furniture and this is the main reason for its simple and elegant look. On the other hand, you can find the presence of some really attractive home possesions – like a guitar and piano. In the calm and warm summer nights the only thing you can do in this place is to sit back and relax and listen to some fine music, for example.
The black and white vinyl flooring adds volume to the space which is appropriate for the dining room..
The big bottle in the hallway will defiantly be noticed by those who enter the place, but more important and valueble for the owner of this house are the badminton rackets given from his neighbors in Annandale.