DaylesfordScandinavian Bedroom, Melbourne
Master Bedroom at The Weekender, Daylesford. Styling by One Girl Interiors. Photography by Eve Wilson.
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The master bedroom, next to the guest bedroom, is also serene in its styling. Light streams through the window, blocked when necessary by the same curtains used in the living room. Bedding: Bedouin Societe; Gimminy bedside table: Pierre and Charlotte; Miller lamp: Fred; artwork: Belynda Henry