A wall of shoes - Interiors in Neutral Bay
Friday, September 30, 2016 at 1:42PM
Ann Niddrie in 2000ft DESIGN, Lifestyle, architecture, blue mountains photographer, interiors

Libby Sullivan of 2000ft DESIGN has an amazing way of transforming 3-dimensional spaces. With clients that love their homes and want to respect heritage and family connections, Libby takes the time to learn about her clients and their families and design spaces that are light, modern and yet timeless.

I have worked with her for a number of years now and I love getting to step into each new creation.This latest project in Neutral Bay is in one of the original houses of the area. The tenants lived in the house for years and when the opportunity to buy it came up, it was theirs. Over time they are lovingly restoring and transforming old and run down areas into new functional spaces for their family.

Falling down addition turned ensuite and wall of shoes? Crumbling verandah come butler pantry - yes please!

Check out the results of phase one of the project, I can't wait to see the results of phase two!



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