Non-traditional Cool: An Aussie Flat in Tone of Avocado and Salmon by YSG

And the Best Appearance Award goes to: this job, in Bondi, Sydney, by YSG Studio for creator and primary Yasmine Ghoniem. The motivation: Yasmine’s childhood in Australia, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait. And the products utilized, according to the studio? “Paint, 2Pac, and a lot of love.”

Join us for a trip of the cool and non-traditional area.

Photography by Prue Ruscoe, styling by Felicity Ng, thanks to YSG.

the full flat is only 55 square meters—about 592 square feet. the studi 9
Above: The complete flat is just 55 square meters– about 592 square feet. The studio used a couple of techniques to make it feel large and more effective, consisting of white floorings and ceilings, built-ins in every space (both racks and seating), and a scheme of “olive green, turmeric, and peach” that “link the areas” yet distinguished the cooking area and living locations.

The only tip that the flat is by the beach, according to the studio, is the surf board by the front door.

yasmine at home. “ratifying newton’s law of opposites attrac 10
Above: Yasmine in the house. “Validating Newton’s law of revers drawing in,” according to the studio, “high chroma surfaces join raw impulse and dollops of warm spice tones.” Similarly, classic carpets blend with geometric floorings. (Look carefully: It’s not tile however meticulously painted initial boards done by Imaginative End Up in Sydney.)

the place is set up for success with shelf storage all over. here, a custom woo 11
Above: The location is established for success with rack storage all over. Here, a custom-made wood system hangs above the custom-made dining/living banquette.

the kitchen leans into the olive green and peach palette: the joinery was custo 12
Above: The cooking area leans into the olive green and peach combination: The joinery was custom-made created by YSG; the base cabinets are painted in Deep Reed by Dulux. The counters and backsplash are Calacatta marble.
the upper part of the kitchen is tone on tone on tone; it’s painted 13
Above: The upper part of the cooking area is tone on tone on tone; it’s painted in Camel Hide by Dulux.

yasmine and co. sourced an array of vintage textiles from chee soon & fitzg 14
Above: Yasmine and co. sourced a variety of classic fabrics from Chee Quickly & & Fitzgerald, however the drapes are, remarkably, not retro: They’re table linens from Zara House, retrofitted into window treatments. Saggy tulips– in a wall vase by Felicity Ng– contribute to the wonky appeal.

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