RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSIONContemporary Bedroom, Melbourne

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Bedroom - large contemporary carpeted and gray floor bedroom idea in Melbourne with white walls —  Houzz
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Linda Munoz wrote:November 19, 2015
Sharron Clear wrote:September 28, 2015
Annelieke Smeulers wrote:February 28, 2015
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    Bagnato Architecture & Interiors
    4 years ago

    Hi,

    Im sorry it has taken so long to answer your query.

    The duvet cover is from a furniture retailer in
    Australia. The company is called Coco Republic.

    There website address is: www.cocorepublic.com.au

    All their contact details are on the website.

    If you mention our project they may remember it.

    Regards,

    Dominic Bagnato

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Janet Dunn added this to What We Can Learn From the MinimalistsSeptember 24, 2015

If your floor is nothing to write home about or you prefer carpet for warmth or acoustic reasons, stick to a luxurious, plain carpet and avoid the temptation to double dip by putting rugs on top.

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Bagnato Architecture & Interiors added this to Why Design Loves a MirrorFebruary 17, 2015

They can create an endless ceiling. Transforming this former church into a luxurious home was a challenge for my own architectural practice, particularly the dilemma of how to retain the form of the original vast wood ceiling while creating private rooms within. We didn’t want to destroy the continuity of the wood structure by chopping it up with room dividers. Our solution was to use mirrors. The headboard plaster wall appears to stop short of the ceiling, revealing the room beyond. In fact, mirrors across the width of the room at the ceiling junction reflect the ceiling as it appears on the other side of the room. This technique was so successful that few people visiting the home realized the existence of the mirrors and often asked how the privacy of each room was retained. Deception and trickery, that’s how.See more of this eye-popping church conversion

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Joanna Tovia added this to These Windows Let In Light at Floor HeightOctober 23, 2014

Heaven sent. The designer of this converted church made the most of the existing windows in the upper-level bedroom; the space is certain to remind the occupants of the building’s former life.See more of this converted church

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Mitchell Parker added this to Houzz Tour: From Olden Church to Soaring Modern MarvelFebruary 18, 2013

The original Gothic windows split the floor levels in the two church bedrooms. An original truss cuts a striking scene, as does a mirror near the ceiling above the bed that makes the hundred-year-old wood roof appear to hover.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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Amanda Pierce added this to master bedroomFebruary 8, 2020

wall colors and ceiling contrast

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everdinga added this to Lake HouseJuly 30, 2019

White walls wood ceiling, not actually a fan

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