Designer. Stylist. Editor. Writer. Curator. Simone Haag.
With a decade of experience working on notable projects that have resulted in some exceptionally beautiful outcomes, Simone Haag continues to surprise on her project ARMADALE II, with a modern house decor we can’t get over!
Come along with us and discover the Melbourne interior design delivered by this warm and welcoming curator of fine furniture, art, objects and lighting.
The Australian interior designer sees the design process as a very personal journey and aims to reflect her clients and their unique story, with a modern house decor that follows an immensive narrative, creating amazing spaces in which they’ll want to live, celebrate and relax.
“I like to think of a house as a blank page, an empty book – boundless, full of possibilities – a story waiting to be written, a tale waiting to be told.”
The modern house design is layered with originality, colour, tone and texture, all hand-picked in order to better fit her clients needs and personalities.
“I loved how my client was extraordinarily honest throughout this process – she opened up her home to us and openly shared her and her husband’s way of life and how they wanted to live. I am thrilled that the home is testament to her personality and their preferences”
As we can see in the images above, Simone Haag kept the room clean and simple, as in modern house decor many times less is more, as people tend to enjoy more simple and clean designs.
Playing with textiles, colours and tones, she was able to create a space that is both aesthetically beautiful and comfy.
Although ARMADALE II, is mainly a modern house design project, we can find some vintage house decor elements, that go really well with the choice of colours and textiles present in the room, making it extra welcoming.
Monocles Dressing Table, from Essential Home, would look lovely in this already stunning modern house decor, working as a striking addition to your glamorous boudoir, with a mid-century modern design.
One of the biggest transformations throughout this modern house decor was the master suite.
Layered up with palette, textiles and curtains, it now has groupings of furniture pieces that allow for different ‘moments’ within the space.
In this section of the house, we can see more vintage house decor, filling the room with feelings of nostalgia and serenity that are attatched to the elegant aesthetics of the past.
What did you think of this Melbourne interior designer modern house decor project? Tell us in the comments below if you got inspired to start your own home renovation!
Photo © Mark Roper
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