Luxury living in Toorak

13 November 2007
16 November 2007



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    13 November 2007

    The WHITE ceiling, lighting, and the ceiling height is what makes me say WOW!!!!!!

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    14 November 2007

    feels cold. -addie

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    14 November 2007

    Hey. I only just discovered your blog and I love it. You bub is so cute and I love her nursery. I am also from Melbourne and I have a home style blog too kind of new, but I think we have similar tastes.

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    15 November 2007

    This one was in the mags recently, Vogue Australia Belle or Inside Out. I’ll have to go search. It looked even more ravishing when a professional photographer snapped it.

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    18 November 2007

    love that green chandelier in the white space – gorgeous!! And how the drapes pile themselves onto the window seats in the living room – very romantic.

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    20 November 2007

    I just cried in my cereal a little bit. So pretty…sigh.

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    20 November 2007

    heheheyeah the green chandelier pops so much in this space because there’s no other green! now i want a green chandy someplaces… actaully there is some green reflected in this great big room: the pot of flowers on the coffee tablehehehe kim, got a spare $3mil? :Pactually c+k as much as i love the drapes, i love the extra seating beneath it!ooh!!! i just spotted the white white elephants to each side of the fireplace! i might start a collection of them. saw one in st vincent’s the other day…

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    All Things Bright and Beautiful....Creative Flair Chic

    22 November 2007

    Dear Drey – that would have to be one of the most coolest homes in Toorak. From what Ive seen in my searches – – most of them are a bit too salmon pink or over fooffed for my taste.(says she of psychodelic colour tendencies!!)Well discovered! Magnificent green chandelier too!!!


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What are you inspired by? I am inspired by beautiful and bright interiors, fabric, furniture, pinks, yellows, greens, chairs, china, trees, chocolate, peonies, hydrangeas, cherry blossoms, roses and rhubarb with cream.

Friends and family call me drey (pronounced 'dree'... short for Audrey) and I can often be found zipping through op-shops and vintage stores in the Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia.

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