Strathmore House, by InForm Design, is richly textured with amazingly beautiful detailing. This gorgeous residence features a lofty side entrance where a large herringbone pivot door opens to reveal an eye-catching sculptural, magical, spiral staircase. I am obsessed with this staircase – simple elegance personified. And that herringbone pattern – swooning over.
Gorgeous pivot door!
Inside, a palette of luxurious marble, timber and brass awaits, creating a balance of warmth and drama that is juxtaposed by subtle injections of light marble, putty greys, and crisp whites. Inspired by the home’s robust exterior blend of concrete and black steel, the rich material palette was carefully chosen to create harmony between the indoor and outdoor spaces.
Marble and timber elements carry through to the elegant open plan living areas, providing a warm and textural backdrop for the beautiful furnishings, lighting and artwork. These include the iconic Beetle dining chairs by Gubi and Platner arm chairs by Knoll.
Known for their unique, considered design, InForm have thoughtfully created the home to meet the needs of a busy family. The incredible staircase leads up to the bedrooms, where the generous master suite features a calming palette of soft greys, and delicate textile elements. The grey hues carry through to the bathroom with a tactile mix of marble surfaces, mosaic tiles and brass accents. The gorgeous Workstead Signal Pendant illuminates the space.
Photography by James Geer