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The Art House by Nina Maya Interiors

  • Art House by Nina Maya | est living

    Interior designer Nina Maya conveys striking luxury in this home transformation overlooking Sydney Harbour Bridge.

    Nina Maya’s roots in fashion design have manifested a signature eye for art, lighting and textiles, creating an effortless flow throughout the Art House, located in Sydney.

    Her collaboration with Sydney architects Bevan Boss Design has resulted in a grand family home with a refined loft aesthetic, inspired by the likes of American architect Anne Decker. A representation of Nina Maya Interiors’ glamorous interior palette, Art House is eclectic and fresh, styled with ‘carefully curated art pieces‘ to complete the contemporary aesthetic.

    Art House by Nina Maya | est living

    Generous in size, this Californian-style Sydney home welcomes guests with a dramatic entryway complete with a black double door. The garden features a 20-metre crescent pool and spiral marble stairs, surrounded by tropical greenery. External access to all three levels allows the lively outdoor experience to flow within the residence.

    Nina Maya worked with Bevan Boss Design on the recurring circular motifs throughout the home. Curved marble stairs both inside and outside, and arched interiors contribute to the fluid layout that also deliberately keeps individual rooms separate. Crisp white walls, a nod to the original Mediterranean postmodern style, allow Nina Maya’s interior design choices to shine.

    Art House by Nina Maya | est living

    “Interesting fluid furniture forms with the final touch of colour were brought in through carefully curated key art pieces, commissioned and site specific, to give the project a complete bespoke feel.”

     

    – Nina Maya

    Art House by Nina Maya | est living

    The custom made leather banquette in a flirtatious pink in the kitchen is paired with a timber and brass table from Zuster.

    Art House by Nina Maya | est living

    The Montenegro limestone floor is another feature which continues throughout the home. “The grey limestone that runs throughout indoor and outdoor areas creates a seamless flow and a neutral palette on which to layer furnishings and art on top of,” Nina Maya says. Calacatta marble lines the kitchen, complementary to the soft pink and gold hues in the fittings and furniture.

    Curvaceous furniture in the formal lounge, such as the Vladimir Kagan lounges with custom ball cushions upholstered in a grey boucle, and the cluster of gold Belt and Bongo tables by Meridiani add to the home’s refined circular theme. Nina Maya’s choice of artwork is playful and unique, seeking to flatter the furniture rather than overpower it. 

    Complimented by Zuster’s timber and brass table, the custom-designed blush pink leather banquette is a standout feature of the dining space; the blush pink remaining a staple colour through each room. Decadent Norwegian rose marble was selected for the feminine powder room, accentuating the playful elegance seen throughout the home.

    Nina Maya’s pale gold light fitting choices referred to as the ‘jewellery’ cast a soft hue in each room. Vintage Italian brass & crystal lights sourced through Conley & Co feature in the formal dining room and above the kitchen island; the light fittings’ finish matched in the tapware.

    The Art House blends high fashion details with sculptural forms; a result of the successful collaboration between Nina Maya Interiors and Bevan Boss Architecture.

    Art House by Nina Maya | est living

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