Byron Bay Home · David and Yuge Bromley

by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Wednesday 15th May 2013

Looking from entrance hall through to kitchen.  Horse’s head from Strange Trader.  Railway light hanging overhead.  Timber and bronze sculptures to the right by David Bromley.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Artwork, magazines, collected ephemera in the entry hall.  A mix of artwork by David Bromley and Heidi Yardley, timber carving by David Bromley, Gypsy girl painting by an unknown artist in the USA.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Master Bedroom 1! (There are two!).  Quilt and wall mural by David Bromley.  Painting above bed – old Russian propaganda painting – find similar Russian paintings at Bromley and Yuge’s shop in Byron, In This Street.  Bottom right – Bernard Buffet lithographs.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Dining and living / TV room.  Incredible hand painted wall mural by David Bromley.  Quilts on far couches by David Bromley (don’t forget you can win one of these quilts this week – comment on Monday’s post to be in the running!).  Printed Bonnie and Neil cushions from Ahoy Trader.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Ok.  I promised you something special today and by GOLLY am I going to deliver on that!  This home is so freaking amazing.  It rendered Toby and me pretty much speechless in person… which always makes for a daunting shoot, in which you’re desperately hoping your shots will capture some of that magic, and that the camera lens will accurately convey the visual feast before your eyes.  I do hope we’ve succeeded in that mission today, and that this story feels like a true and honest documentation of one of the most amazing homes I have ever set foot in!

Clearly, this magical property is the Byron Bay home of artist David Bromley, his wife Yuge, and their gorgeous little baby, Wen.  David and Yuge have lived here just about two years, after relocating from Melbourne.  David was always drawn to the relaxed lifestyle here, and had often travelled here before setting up a more permanent home in Byron with Yuge in 2011.

Ironically though, there doesn’t appear to have been much ‘relaxing’ going on since David and Yuge moved here!  No sooner had they relocated, and David was up to his usual tricks – the property, which Bromley previously held as a weekender, was significantly re-worked, turning it into both a functional living and working space. David soon also acquired the property next door – pulling down the fence to create a dedicated studio and office space, and headquarters for Yuge’s fashion label.  The pair have also created an incredible sculpture garden shared by the two properties, filled with David’s own work and an ever-growing collection of artwork, vehicles and vintage collectables.

Whilst they have worked tirelessly to create a special home here, both David and Yuge have been careful to retain the original charm of this property, with its rambling gardens and out houses.  One of these outdoor pavillions has now been turned into an incredible summer bedroom adjoining the main house (so amazing!), whilst another serves as a painting studio.  Though they’ve made impressive progress in just two years, David and Yuge’s home has evolved very much organically, and changes made have been cosmetic rather than structural.

‘We are big believers in working with the original construct of buildings’ explains Yuge. ‘Renovating, wall removal and subtle reconfiguring is awesome fun and amazing, but building for us is daunting and disruptive. We’re not opposed to painting the walls though – painting a room a new colour is like having a holiday!’.  Indeed, soon after relocating here, Yuge recalls she and David would often end their work days to go and spend early evenings paintings the rooms in their house together.  I can so imagine that.  I hope it involved a glass of wine in one hand, and a paintbrush in the other!

Though it’s clearly a seriously impressive and kind of mind-bloggling space, the charm of this home really rests on its sense of light-heartedness and sponteneity.  It’s clear that this house has come together very intuitively, rather than adhering to a grand master plan. This is evident everywhere you look – in the wide stripes painted freehand on the kitchen walls, and the ad hoc placement of artwork from floor to ceiling, wherever it will fit, underneath windows and above doorways.  Yuge and David see furniture and objects as very much part of the architecture of a home – ‘placing bits and pieces we love around the house is how we build a space’ says Yuge.  Despite it’s devilish good looks, there’s nothing precious about this home – like so many of David’s creative endeavours, the space is ever-changing.

I feel so very lucky to have had the opportunity to document this truly special Australian Home.  MASSIVE thanks to David and Yuge for being so open and generous, and for trusting us to share their private world with you all!

ALSO, a reminder – we have an amazing giveaway running all week, thanks to David and Yuge, and their retail store In This Street!  One lucky reader will win a choice of any piece from Yuge’s beautiful womenswear range, and a stunning linen quilt by David Bromley, valued at $1,100.  Please visit Monday’s post and leave a comment over there before 10.00pm this Friday to be in the running.

Amazing TV room!  Incredible hand painted wall mural by David Bromley.  Quilts by David Bromley (don’t forget you can win one of these quilts this week – comment on Monday’s post to be in the running!).  ‘Moon rock’ felted cushions from Japan.  Printed Bonnie and Neil cushions from Ahoy Trader.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Loungeroom details – a mix of mid century and African artefacts. Wall mural by David Bromley.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Kitchen with amazing monochromatic stripes, painted freehand by David – around the artwork in some areas! Two portraits at top by David Bromley, below – a Russian painting by an unknown artist.  Rug from Loom Rugs.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Kitchen detail.  A painting found in China. Printed pottery on shelf to left by David Bromley.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Looking from dining to kitchen.  Early painting by David Bromley on the kitchen walls, created as studies on the Bloomsbury Group.  Michael Pugh ceramic pot in foreground.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Joe Furlonger painting in dining room. Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Looking in to kitchen from the garden.  ‘We love the inside being linked to the outside, and the outside linked to the inside’ says Yuge.  Paths throughout the yard are made from garden stakes.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

A long timber shed adjoining the main house has been converted into a summer bedroom, complete with in-room bathtub and private courtyard.  Quilts and painting above bed by David Bromley.  One bed is for David and Yuge – the adjacent bed is for little Wen.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Summer bedroom, complete with in-room bathtub.  Quilts by David Bromley.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

A long timber shed adjoining the main house has been converted into a summer bedroom, complete with in-room bathtub.  Quilts by David Bromley.  One bed is for David and Yuge – the adjacent bed is for little Wen.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Outside bath on back porch, from Reece.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Side door and entrance hall.  Timber carved sculpture by David Bromley.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Amazing gardens.  ‘The gardens here grow so well, and with some adventurous planting you can be living in a forest in no time’ says Yuge. ‘Bamboo grows in front of your eyes, and the weather here makes you look like a good gardener, whereas truthfully it just nature doing its thing!’  Enormous painted mesh Giraffe sculpture by Melbourne artist Tom Ripon (Tom has no website but is stocked in Melbourne by The Cool Roomin Balaclava).  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Exterior of David’s favourite backyard studio.  Paths made from garden stakes.  Pizza oven bought from a cooking school. French antique glass vase.  Lights made from Japanese fishing floats.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Of course they have an airstream caravan too…!   Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Bromley’s favourite backyard studio. Butterflies painting on easel by David Bromley.  Rug from Loom Rugs.  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Detail from David’s backyard studio. ‘Sulky Boy’ painting by David Bromley. Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Painted schoolbus by David Bromley.  Elephant sculpture by Melbourne artist Tom Ripon (Tom has no website but is stocked in Melbourne by The Cool Roomin Balaclava).  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Old Studebaker found in Daylesford, perched in the garden!  Photo – Toby Scott, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.


by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Wednesday 15th May 2013


  • Mary Anne P 1 year ago

    David Bromley’s houses are always marvellous, always fascinating! What an exclusive! Thanks Lucy!

  • Brismod 1 year ago

    The photographs are fabulous! And I love how the home is treated as a large canvas. xx

  • Tory Read 1 year ago


  • Maria 1 year ago

    What a visual feast!

  • Alex 1 year ago

    This home IS incredible. There is so much inspiration to take from it! Whether or not it is “my style”, it is, so far, my favorite house tour on The Design Files. Many other homes featured on this site are, of course, so beautiful, but…seriously, they are all white walls and sometimes similar decor. The art (painted walls, paintings, and objects) seem to blend naturally into the occupants’ lives. Thank you for sharing with us!

  • Cathg1g2 1 year ago

    WOW 2!

  • Vic @ Cush & Nooks 1 year ago

    That is the most gorgeous, incredible home, thank you so much for sharing it with us Lucy (and David & Yuge). I am such a huge fan of David’s work, so to see the massive wall murals is mind-blowing. The hand painted stripes in the kitchen are one of my favourite parts. And just when I thought it couldn’t get any more awesome, I came to the giant giraffe & elephant, and the painted school bus! LOVE x

  • Amanda 1 year ago

    Amazing beautiful brave artwork. (However, I think it should be noted that the artwork “found in china” looks like (a reproduction, or possibly a bastardisation??) of the artwork of a very famous artist Zhang Xiaogang).

  • Alyse 1 year ago

    Wow, an inspiring home as David Bromley always creates. I love the way it depicts so much of who they are, & you can see it would be ever evolving, & not just about the latest trends. Thankyou Lucy, I always have to tear myself away from your posts so im not late for work!!

  • Jo 1 year ago

    Yes! What Amanda said. Zhang Xiaogang! Be interesting to know where it came from.

  • Ruth 1 year ago

    *faints* at the gorgeousness

  • Liza 1 year ago

    I would love to see my children’s reaction to this wonderful home.

  • Holly Harrison 1 year ago

    Amazing place! I’m there in my dreams….

  • Shay 1 year ago

    I’m in love.

  • Cath 1 year ago

    Can I just move into the summer bedroom!! Incredible place -and the art work – just one piece would satisfy me.

  • bigwords 1 year ago

    LOVE it x

  • Maryla 1 year ago

    Truly spectacular. Just makes my heart skip a beat. (Beautiful photos by Toby Scott also). Thank you.

  • Liz Kerby 1 year ago

    You can just feel the creative passion oozing from every view…wonderful

  • AJ 1 year ago

    A nod should be given to David’s ex-partner, Victoria, who helped create this beautiful space. Ex-wives never get any credit! Beautiful shoot guys.

  • cle-ann 1 year ago

    I LOVE the outdoor bath !

  • ben 1 year ago

    Ridiculous (In a good way of course)

  • Chelsea 1 year ago

    That giraffe sculpture!

  • Anna 1 year ago

    Wow! I don’t think i could ever relax here – there’s too much amazing stuff to look at! Love love love the giraffe sculpture!

  • White Forest Home 1 year ago

    Talk about tropical and eclectic! Lovely colours mixed back with wood…

  • jas 1 year ago

    I think WOW is all I can say right now – WOWEEE!

  • david bromley 1 year ago

    hey lucy and toby i think you really captured the ” place ” and so great you have cast a wonderful light over this beautiful part of the world , byron rocks !!
    thank you , happy days !!
    re 8 , yes you are right its an amateurish copy found in a market in china
    just like if you go to a market in france and find impressionist copies
    thanks for pointing out
    re 19 , happy to give victoria a nod she is a great friend of ours and visits often

  • gemma 1 year ago


  • rona 1 year ago

    What a magical place for Wen to grow up in!

  • jo 1 year ago


  • Elizabeth 1 year ago

    Wow… Amazing to see such life and vitality. It feels free and without pretense.

  • Rebecca 1 year ago

    Amazing! And I didn’t know the Cool Room existed – now I must visit. Thanks!

  • Max 1 year ago

    Amazing!! i would give my left pinky for this place..

  • Cara 1 year ago

    Great house!
    OH, and his found painting from China is by artist Zhang Xiaogang. A very nice find indeed!

  • So much to inspire me today. I love love David’s the murals ( but who wouldn’t), and Yuge’s adventurous planting.And Thanks for the tip on ‘The Cool Room and Tom Ripon.It is all just wonderful!

  • Liz 1 year ago

    Insane! In a good way. Makes me want to lie in the Byron sun.

  • Nina Davo 1 year ago

    Inspiring…. Just returned from WA were we saw David’s exhibition in Margaret River (a long way from home!). Fell in love with one of his ‘Butterfly’ paintings there. So, great to see his abode while he is so fresh in our mind… Thanks

  • lisa 1 year ago

    so amazingly gorgeous

  • Melissa 1 year ago

    What a feast for the eyes! So beautiful!

  • Karen Canty 1 year ago

    Gorgeous home. So comfortable and laid back feeling. Inspirational. T.hanks for sharing.

  • kristy 1 year ago

    Wow….gobsmacked! Fabulousness.

  • alilovesdesign 1 year ago


  • Charlie 1 year ago

    I would forever feel inspired living in that home.

  • Peter Braig 1 year ago

    Love it! What a great space to come home to every day!

  • Susie 1 year ago

    Wow! My dream house <3 so eclectic and gorgeous
    *would love a little piece of David Bromley awesomeness of my own!

  • Kaz Ross 1 year ago

    sensory overload amazing property!

  • Olivia 1 year ago

    gosh i love this. magical. superb. ahhhhhhhhhh

  • Carly 1 year ago

    Beautiful house, though I think I’m more excited about seeing Heidi Yardley’s work on one of my favourite blogs! We’ve got a few of her pieces, but our house still doesn’t as good as this one!

  • Jo 1 year ago

    Love the animals .. the artist lives near us and has a garden full – my kids and I love driving past seeing what is on display. x

  • kate 1 year ago

    Is this the property that’s For Sale? If only I had the funds… I am drooling over all those bath tubs…..bliss!

  • Jackee 1 year ago

    OMG! What a creative and wonderful home!

  • Robin 1 year ago

    A mazing! Big bold and beautiful!

  • Ray 1 year ago

    what a magic house, its really a living artwork with so much energy coming from little detail.

  • Jodie Davies 1 year ago

    Squeeeeel, giggle, sigh, smile OMG how entirely delicious.

  • Christine Boyle 1 year ago

    AMAZING DREAM HOME!!!!! Beautiful use of his artwork throughout…I love Tom Ripon’s work too…

  • DesB 1 year ago

    I would love David to paint me a butterfly mural in my home !!
    He’s AMAZING !! Huge fan of his and their home is to die for…
    Thank you David and Yuge for sharing…truly a masterpiece

  • Sarah Negri 1 year ago

    incroyable! what a beauty of a post, thanks guys x

  • Kim Fitch 1 year ago

    This is truly the most inspiring lively home I have seen in a long time.Thankyou David & Yuge for sharing

  • Simone R 1 year ago

    This is the most amazing place I’ve seen in forever! So inspiring to see homes like this.

  • Amanda 1 year ago

    You’ve definitely succeeded in your mission Lucy. What a magical home – so much to look at, so much to take in – it’s a visual feast!

  • jessica 1 year ago

    Where can we buy the quilts from!? =)

  • Daniela 1 year ago

    just gorjusss!
    could someone pretty please find out, or if you’re reading this David Bromley :), what is the name and brand of paint you have used. In some parts it looks a smoky indigo, other parts black or grey. Would love to know as I just love it!
    thank you :)

  • Robyn 1 year ago

    Totally jealous you got to be in this house. I bet it feels even better than it looks.

  • Meaghan 1 year ago

    There’s mood here, you can feel the bass beat of a home; alive, organic, irreverent, theatrical – grown up and unafraid. Light and shadows… a rare treasure.

  • ejorpin 1 year ago

    Amazing indeed! Wowee! My favourite part? The ‘summer’ bedroom, wonderful! Followed closely by the giant giraffe!

  • Soph 1 year ago

    Really truly hard to get enough of the Bromley thing…

  • jen wheeler 1 year ago

    Wow! My house looks very boring now after seeing this amazing place! :)

  • tracy 1 year ago

    Okay… I’ve died and gone to heaven! The house was incredible enough, but when I got to the Airstream… and then the bus…

  • Catherine Smith 1 year ago

    Inspiring, even more so on a grey and cold David and Yuge’s work – thanks Lucy

  • Cath @mybeardedpigeon 1 year ago


  • Kerry 1 year ago

    Loved! Lucy you’ll have to go back when Wen has picked up a brush. Thank you for all the photos, it was a visual feast. Big thank you to David and Yuge for sharing.

  • Leanne 1 year ago

    David and yuges home is as wonderful as these pictures show and in keeping with their open and giving souls ! Xx

  • Amanda 1 year ago

    Amazing eclectic creative home!! Just goes to show doing your own thing is super cool and creates a wonderful space.

  • Kirsty 1 year ago

    This is INCREDIBLE!

  • Sarah 1 year ago

    Beautiful :)

  • Lucy 1 year ago

    THANKYOU so much for all your amazing comments today people! You are all so lovely. I am sure David and Yuge will be thrilled with your kind words, and Toby and I are also so chuffed that you are loving our pics!

    BIG LOVE TO YOU ALL! What a wonderful bunch you are x

  • sonia 1 year ago

    So much personality and love in these spaces… a real-life dream residence and studio.

  • Daniela 1 year ago

    What is the colour? I can’t tell if it’s black, grey or a smoky indigo colour. Is it possible to find out?

    Thank you /)

  • sophie 1 year ago

    Love the way the creative outpouring from these two doesn’t seem to exhaust itself. That’s really something!

  • Scarlet Jones 1 year ago

    David Bromley’s never puts a foot wrong in creating awesome interiors! lucky you Lucy to experience his latest interior he has created with his wife.

  • Fiona Barker 1 year ago

    Congratulations!!!! to all. This space is totally incredible . LOVE IT

  • By far one of my favourite houses you have shared here! LOVE everything about it!

  • Barbara Fisher 1 year ago

    AMAZING! I can only imagine the vibe the place has in person. Definitely the most amazing and personal and unique home I think I’ve ever seen. You did an fantastic job of capturing it Lucy and Toby.

  • Nicky Vignone 1 year ago

    Thank you Lucy and Toby – this beautifully put together snapshot of a very talented Australian icon, has made my day!! x
    Bromley’s eclectic and unique style is so inspiring and refreshing, if I could buy it all, I probably would.
    I don’t know if I’m more impressed by the air-stream in the backyard or the mix of vintage pieces that meets Bromleys’s works of art brining this fairy-tale dream house to life.
    David and Yuge have done a wonderful job.

  • Eva 1 year ago

    This is the best house you’ve ever featured. The artist’s souls writ large on their everyday life – what an inspiration!!

  • Felicity 1 year ago

    LOVE.. LOVE.. LOVE!! What an amazing home, so much energy, fun and character. Thankyou for sharing :)

  • Kate 1 year ago

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this house! I have been pining over it for so, so long! It was up for sale a little while ago… does anyone know if it sold? And if so, by who?

  • Phoebe 1 year ago

    Love the sculpture and studebaker combo, x

  • Katie 1 year ago


  • Lynda 1 year ago

    Brilliant – what a masterpiece!

  • Tania 1 year ago

    Lovely! I wish I had a David Bromley mural in my bedroom too,

  • Suzanne 1 year ago

    So soo much goodness. Love the home, and it really looks like a liveable home, yet love the art. How could so much goodness be held in just a home. Mm the giraffe n elephant are eerily stunning.

  • Anna Charlesworth 1 year ago

    Tom Ripon is an amazing artist, genius.

  • Robyn 1 year ago

    1. i am loving the idea of ‘summer bedroom’, much more realistic than the summer palace.
    2. a quilter… who woulda thought
    3. i gotta get me a gee-raffe
    thanks for splendid

  • lara kim 1 year ago

    Beautiful and inspiring home! Thank you, Lucy!

  • bianca 1 year ago

    Love the house, but would really love to see Wen’s room! Cant imagine what a kids room in a house like this might look like…

  • Jules 1 year ago

    I have 1 David Bromley vase from years ago – it looks so lonely now – the Airstream Caravan so Austin Texas, the rest so Northern New South Wales which is a bit like the best bits of Queensland – lv from the Sunny Coast

  • Meredith 1 year ago

    Wonderful, David Bromley one of my favorite Australian artist in one of my favorite parts of Australia.

  • Kerry 1 year ago

    Sensory overload

  • Sarah 1 year ago

    I never imagined anywhere could be as magical as Bromley’s studio in South Yarra. While it poured rain outside in winter, Gershwin music played mysteriously through the rooms. Candles were lit through the building and would dance and morph until they burned out. Art works, rugs and chandeliers took up space on every surface. You could have been anywhere but Chapel Street. I can believe what he’s created in Byron induces the same skin-tingling effect.

  • yael 1 year ago

    True Innovators. Creating from the Soul – Thanks for opening your home and inspiring me. x

  • Amanda Bromfield 1 year ago

    God, he is good !

  • mtg 1 year ago

    This is what good coastal art is…. more of this please. Love the simplicity of their house and the beauty of their artworks.

  • mtg 1 year ago

    Alas…. it’s been sold. What happened to the Old Studebaker? Please follow up.

  • Suzie Hunt 1 year ago

    Gee !! Im gobsmacked…. So brave and so fabulous !!!!
    We are so happy to have one of Davids doll lamps she is wearing a beanie and we named her Ruby.
    She lights up our house every night of the year :) after seeing your house and garden i’m inspired to
    get my hands on another David Bromley masterpiece !!!
    Thank you David Yuge and Wen for sharing your incredible space with us.
    Suzie ( Tamworth NSW )

  • Devon 1 year ago

    Greetingѕ! I’ve been reading your website for a while now and finally got the courage to go ahead and give you a shout out from Lubbock Tx! Just wanted to tell you keep up the fantastic work!

    my webpage; Devon

  • Donna 1 year ago

    Great house AND an Airstream. Cracker home.

  • Weaver 1 year ago

    It feels like walking into a densely coloured amped up sixties space, blended with the essence of a NZ bach…..a real heart singer of a home.

  • Jenatthecoachhouse 1 year ago

    This is a home that reflects the passions and interests of those who have made it. And that’s why it’s enchanting. I keep coming back to marvel and the pics. It’s a wonderful place.

  • In My Wheele House 1 year ago

    There are just so many things I love about this post.
    The saturated colour is amazing, and I love all of the portraiture.

  • Adam P K 1 year ago

    An artist friend did this same look in far north QLD more stylishly and 20 years ago! It’s a very 90’s look very much like Jason Grants “style”.

  • Adam P K 1 year ago

    Not a fan of Bromley’s derivative tired old style.

  • Que maravilla de casa!!! Diferente, original y con ese encanto personal del que decora mientras vive. Me encanta. Gracias por compartirla!!!

    Un saludo!!!

  • Design Culture 1 year ago

    A visual symphony, very invigorating to the senses – this place is the definition of unique…encore encore!!!

  • to get him back 1 year ago

    Thank you for any other wonderful post. The place else may just anyone get that type of info in such a perfect means of writing?
    I have a presentation subsequent week, and I am at the look for such info.

  • nicholeg 1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing… the beauty of their wonderful, imaginative world… these are the kind of people I’d love to have pancakes with!

  • Magdalena 1 year ago

    My comment wasn’t Wow and OMG so it was removed… The truth is painful….

  • sue 1 year ago

    Love their style. Inspiring couple.

  • Joan 1 year ago

    Cover your space with your inspirations

  • Shelly Wilson 1 year ago

    This home is so interesting and inspiring- a real feast for the eyes and imagination. I especially love the lived in feeling of this home, filled with things that are loved and enjoyed every day. I acquired an early nude painting of three women dancing letting their hair down signed Dave Bromley ’87 and was thinking of selling but now I think I’ll hang onto it a little longer cause after seeing this article it makes me SMILE. Thank you for the pics and the Bromleys for letting us glimpse their amazing home.

  • Marmalade 1 year ago

    Oh my god so blown!. Wow, so inspired by this. This is like a modern dreamtime Australia, walkabout. So much love for David Bromley and I actually met Yuge once too and she is so talented as well. Too many amazing aspects to this to even comment on any details other than to just say wow. Thank you.

  • Doris 1 year ago

    it’s absolutely amazing and inspiriting house to live! thanks for the sharing!

  • bathroom accessories 11 months ago

    Great images and effort!

You might also like

Julia Busuttil Nishmura & Nori Nishimura
Tuesday 21st October 2014
by Lucy Feagins
Tuesday 21st October 2014
by Amber Creswell Bell
Monday 20th October 2014
by Lucy Feagins
Friday 17th October 2014
by Lucy Feagins
Monday 13th October 2014
Julia Busuttil Nishimura & Norihiko Nishimura
Tuesday 14th October 2014
by Lucy Feagins
Wednesday 15th October 2014
by Amber Creswell Bell
Friday 10th October 2014
by Stuart Harrison
Thursday 9th October 2014
by Lucy Feagins
Tuesday 14th October 2014
by Lucy Feagins
Thursday 16th October 2014
by Lucy Feagins
Wednesday 8th October 2014