The vibrant, rented Collingwood apartment of artist and head of brand at Lucy Folk, Ben Mazey!
The incredible eclectic home of interior designer Léo Terrando and Jessica Watts, on Victoria's surf coast.
This dreamy renovation in Melbourne's suburbs is the ultimate Australian family home!
This mid-century Lorne home has been sympathetically updated by owner-architect Josh Crosbie, and the results are MAJOR!
The new North Melbourne family home of serial renovators Jenna and Josh Densten combines calm serenity, and practicality.
The personality-filled, one-bedroom Fitzroy apartment of architects Kim Lai and Tom Orton, founders of We Are Humble.
The stylish converted warehouse apartment of Ines English and Caleb Harrower, located in the iconic 1915 Griffiths Building in Surry Hills.
Lauren Egan and Glenn Hester collaborate with Project 12 Architecture on a thoughtful update to their 1920s Preston home, with interiors by
This carefully curated rental in East Melbourne of friends Lauren Everett and Frances Normoyle is the ultimate 'grown up' share house!
The maximalist inner city apartment of power couple Bruce + Chyka Keebaugh – co-founders of The Big Group!
Designer Michael Chazan and photographer Ying Ang have made this new Melbourne CBD apartment their character-filled family home.
Amelia and Oliver Hesketh and share their sympathetic renovation of their 1969 Upper North Shore home, which saved every piece of original j...
Artist and interior decorator Phoebe Rolleston, and husband George Rolleston, share their relaxed and elegant family home in Glen Iris.
The 1920s St Kilda apartment of friends John Wares and Peter Papadopoulos has been completely reconfigured in a beautiful renovation.
The Edwardian home of Catherine Keating and family in Northcote has been given a fresh overhaul by Clare Cousins Architects.
The 1880s sandstone home of interior designer Linda Habak and family in Hunters Hill, faithfully extended by Campbell Architecture.
Empty nester Fleur Glenn's brilliantly unconventional Clifton Hill home, designed by architect Murray Barker.
William and Julia Dangar share their family's extended post-war home in Bondi, designed by Andrew Burges Architects.