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Toorak Home by Lauren Tarrant Design

  • Step inside the Toorak home of designer Lauren Tarrant, defined by quality materials and considered finishes.

    Melbourne-based studio Lauren Tarrant Design specialise in residential projects, making their mark with both their renovations and new builds.

    In their latest project lead designer Lauren Tarrant has turned her attention to her own home, affirming the studio’s overall focus on refined interiors.

    The grand dining space features the Howard Table by Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform and a Lumen Centre Italia suspension lamp.

    In the kitchen Lauren selected Lorde White stone from CDK Stone, French oak herringbone floors, Miele and Fisher & Paykel appliances and the Osso Stool by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Mattiazzi

    The adjacent dining space reveals the same strong palette with hints of greenery, upholstered Cassina dining chairs, the Howard Table by Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform and a Lumen Centre Italia suspension lamp. Further lighting highlights within the home include the Tube Chandelier by Michael Anastassiades and the Nuura wall lamp

    In the powder room and ensuite, Lauren selected Calacatta marble from CDK Stone and Brodware’s Yakoto range in Aged Iron finish to adhere to the overall neutral palette. But the stone doesn’t stop here – it anchors the fireplace, with Bianco Carrara marble.

    Lauren’s home demonstrates how a dedication to materiality can manifest in a contemporary yet timeless result. 

    In the sitting room Lauren has included the Tube Chandelier by Michael Amastassiades and Minotti furniture.

    The fireplace is Bianco Carrara marble from CDK Stone.

    The powder room and ensuite feature tapware by Brodware from their Yakoto range in Aged Iron finish and Calacatta marble from CDK Stone.

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