Imbued with the personal expression of its owners, Art House is a culmination of charm and character, featuring a refreshing curation of elements throughout. Angela Harry and Simone Haag ensure every corner of the home has been artfully considered and brought together through a cohesive design – one that will allow the spaces to evolve as the needs of the family do.
Every dwelling, in some way, is a reflection of its owners, either through the collection of treasures over the years or via inherited and selected pieces. The owners of Art House wanted their space to be a rich combination of furniture and art – a canvas with which to inject personal and refined styling through a sophisticated palette. Infusing moments of the unexpected, a sense of curiosity is present in the home, which can be found in captivating pieces and textiles throughout that collectively bring each space to life. A focus on texture, colour and tone ultimately lead the approach, ensuring the existing residence is reworked with precision and consideration.
Designed for a young family, a level of flexibility has been incorporated into each space of the house in preparation for the coming years. A neutral base palette ensures finishes and surfaces come together to create a highly detailed home, which allows the charm and characteristics of inserted pieces to shine. The result is a warm and inviting abode where all newly introduced elements, including artwork, furniture, lighting and sculptures, establish their own unique presence.
Each room is rich in character, combining the interests and passions of those residing within. Bathed in natural light, each space has a connection to the outdoors, which grounds the home in place. Whilst the interior design and styling seamlessly reflects the personalities of the owners, open volumes and blurred thresholds ensures an ease of movement is felt throughout.
Featuring bespoke pieces within, Art House becomes a sophisticated and character-rich dwelling. Angela Harry and Simone Haag ensure the home cleverly interweaves elements of both the past and present, creating the ideal canvas for the future.