Interior Design Inspiration

Living with Art

Explore the homes of art collectors who are truly living with art.

Living with Art: Tiny Spaces Big Ideas

Josh Jessup and Matt Moss have made the most of their inner-city apartment, gracing its walls, floors and ceilings with art and design worthy of a penthouse status. Briony Downes writes. Photography by Brian Doherty.

Living with Art: It’s a Big Deal

When your job is hunting for new artists and curating exhibitions, how do you choose what artworks to take home at the end of the day? Lucinda Bennett takes us inside the stunning coastal home of leading New Zealand gallerist Jhana Millers. Photography by Russell Kleyn.

Living with Art: Art in the DNA

Melbourne architect, poet and artist Billy Kavellaris talks to Rose of Sharon Leake about collapsing the boundaries between art and architecture in the house he built for his family.

Living with Art: A Moving Feast

In a careful balance between sentimentality and necessity, the converted warehouse apartment of collector Daniel Varcoe is a hotbed for contemporary art and design.

Project Sheets

Take a peak inside homes across Australia and New Zealand, that boast envious art collections.

Project Sheet: Getting Personal

Design and art are seamlessly married with poetry and practicality in the family home of a leading Sydney-based architect and interior designer. Pilar Mitchell writes.

Project Sheet: An Unconventional Revival

Preserving the historical significance of this Sydney site with dignity, YSG Studio has employed the beauty of art and design to transform a Victorian corner shop into a contemporary home. Erin Irwin writes.

Project Sheet: Holding Court

The thoughtful design of this Vaucluse Bay house achieves a level of sophistication worthy of world-class art, without compromising on comfort. Charlotte Middleton writes.

Project Sheet: Left of Field

Expect the unexpected in art and design when an interior designer gets to work to their own brief. Charlotte Middleton writes.

Project Sheet: Opposites Attract

Working with a couple whose taste in art and design couldn’t be more different, Anna Trefely of interior design studio Esoteriko played strength against strength to create the perfect matrimony in art and life. Erin Irwin writes.

Project Sheet: It all Started with the Art

Using art as the starting point for the redesign of this Edwardian home, designers at Melbourne’s Flack Studio combine bold pieces with custom design to deliver a timeless and uniquely personal home.

Project Sheet: Labour of Love

This high-end bachelor pad awash with light and personality is the perfect stage for pairing art with design. Erin Irwin writes. 

Project Sheet: Castle in the Sky

With a treasure trove of Australian art and historical pieces, this warehouse gallery-cum-family home in Melbourne’s South Yarra reaches new heights.

Art Mood

See how interior designers have styled a room around a work of art.

Art Mood: Rosie Lloyd-Giblett

Interior designer Evie Kemp creates looks for three artworks with sophistication, balance and mood.

Art Mood: Janno Mclaughlin

Interior designer Evie Kemp creates looks for three artworks with sophistication, balance and mood.

Art Mood: Chris Riley

Interior designer Evie Kemp creates looks for three artworks with sophistication, balance and mood.

Art Mood: Endless Possibilities

What do you get when you combine a designers love of colour with an artists’ aptitude for history and augmented reality? Interior designer and stylist Jono Fleming and visual artist Guy Lobwein show us the endless possibilities of art and design.

Art Mood: Adam Halliday

Interior designer Jono Fleming creates looks for three artworks with sophistication, balance and mood.

Art Mood: Holly Zandbergen

Interior designer Jono Fleming creates looks for three artworks with sophistication, balance and mood.

Art Mood: Helen Redmond

Interior designer Jono Fleming creates looks for three artworks with sophistication, balance and mood.

Art Mood: Art to Arouse

After climbing the ranks in Vogue Living and becoming a sought-after freelance interior designer, Anna Delprat throws out the rule book to create four unique looks that are artworks in themselves.

Objecthood

Explore the profiles of designers who are making differently in our ‘Objecthood’ series.

Objecthood: DANIEL EMMA

We talk to Daniel To and Emma Aiston, founders of design studio DANIEL EMMA and creative directors of JamFactory, Adelaide.

Objecthood: Layla Cluer

Art Edit talks to ceramicist and creator of softedge Layla Cluer about design for the table.

Objecthood: Henry Wilson

Art Edit talks to product and furniture designer Henry Wilson about timeless design, the value of quality materials and how art and design go hand in hand.