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Wall Art – reflecting the comfort of home

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The selection of artwork for the bedroom of this Elwood, Beach Road apartment reflects a playful juxtaposition of two worlds.

One: the heady pace of a busy professional working and living in the city.

Versus the calm, restorative effect a natural, rural landscape gives.

 

Born and raised in the country, the contrasting effect the artwork provides for the homeowner is both aesthetically and mentally pleasing.

 

Wall Art by Visual Resource - photo art by Michael Collins - Hanging Rock 2 reflection

VR Artwork – ‘Hanging Rock # 2’

 

The artwork featured in the character filled Elwood bedroom is VR Artwork ‘Hanging Rock # 2’ from the Classic Gallery. Finished using the ‘Urban Presentation’, which delivers optimum photographic detail and clarity. It is our most premium print finish.

 

The URBAN PRESENTATION consists of:

  • High-gloss chromogenic photographic print
  • Adhered to a perfectly smooth metal substrate
  • High-gloss protective clear laminate to print surface

 

The finish is sleek and efficient in presentation while delivering the highest photographic image quality possible.

It is stunning!

 

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The selection of artwork for the bedroom of this Elwood, Beach Road apartment reflects a playful juxtaposition of two worlds.

 

 

 

 

Faces of Bali Visual Resource Photography

Bali Dreaming : Holiday Musings 2015

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The year is moving along at a rapid pace… March already, phew!  If I cast my mind back to what seems like a year ago (well.. not quite), I recall our hot Summer break in Bali.

I will leave the promotion of sights, great food and fine people to the travel guides.  Instead, our promotion of Bali will simply be to share some of the imagery Michael found captivating during our stay.  We hope you enjoy the sights!

 

VR Visual Resource Bali Travel Photography

Every aspect of Balinese life is steeped in religious belief.
Gods, goddesses and demigods are worshipped, alongside Buddhist idols and ancestral spirits.

Visual Resource Photography Faces of Bali

Heading home from School

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Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary – Pedangtegal Ubud – Bali

 

 

 

Holiday Musings

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Vintage House – a Victorian miners cottage originally built around the 1860’s.
Interior created by Kali Cavanagh.

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The perfect marriage between old & new.
Vintage pieces with patina, texture and a story to tell… combined effortlessly with new luxury linens.

 

Our break this year included a few days getaway in Hepburn Springs / Daylesford. 

Upon arrival the charm of the impeccably appointed Vintage House was immediately calming, imploring a retreat from the thoughts and demands of life.   We were delighted to find there was something for everyone: Michael started snapping away on his I-Phone, his visual appetite more than satiated by the stunning interior, I started thumbing through the many wonderful books and magazines, mesmerised by, ‘a life less ordinary – interiors and inspirations’ by Zoe Ellison and Alex Legendre, and Roisin scampered about exploring everything – her imagination running wild!

A little more about Vintage House:

A Victorian miners cottage originally built around the 1860’s.  Situated directly on the border of Daylesford and Hepburn Springs in Victoria.

The antique, vintage, industrial furniture and lighting has been sourced with love specifically for the house, from all around the globe, including – USA, UK, France and of course Melbourne along with tailor made furniture and pieces throughout.  Including:

  • Chesterfield sofas and bench seating
  • Antique cast iron fireplace surround from 1800’s France
  • Dining table from an old post office – late 1700’s England
  • Chambers Gas Stove from USA
  • Vintage Artwork from France
  • Vintage French linen cushions
  • Old wooden railway bench seats

Are you starting to get a vintage-industrial picture in your mind?

And being on holiday… a good night’s sleep is essential.  Not hard to accomplish on the large, comfy bed, fitted with beautiful linens chosen from Matteos – Los Angeles.  (Sorry to brand drop… but I suspect the linen selection was highly considered by the Interior Designer, and it was a new experience for us to sleep on actual linen sheets!)

The style ‘vintage – industrial’ is not one I have a natural affinity for.  To create a space styled like it would be quite beyond me… Perhaps that is why I enjoyed the home so much?  I found the marriage between old vintage pieces, and the comforts of new luxury linens and fittings so calming and pleasing to the senses.  I admire the skill and creativity of the Designer who did composed this very fine space – Kali Cavanagh – hats off to you!