Uocmas Interior Design complete the Woolwich Home, an extensive full-scale interior design project aimed at breathing life back into an impressive Federation building and housing the clients enviable contemporary art collection.
Executed by Uocmas Senior Interior Designer Natasha Levak, the Woolwich Home project was a detailed 20-month renovation encompassing a complete floor plan restructure to the main home, works to the pool house and landscape. Much of the project was customized, with Uocmas Interior Design working closely with architects and builders to ensure much of the home’s original gardens, and federation era detailing remained in tact.
The client, an influential property professional from Sydney, lives in the home with his family. A passionate art aficionado and design enthusiast, the interior design scheme focused on creating a comfortable, classic interior for the client and his family, that highlighted beautiful design and craftsmanship. Many of the furniture pieces and cabinetry was custom designed by Uocmas Interior Design to allow the client’s individual taste to be showcased.
Outstanding features of the home include the client’s contemporary art collection, notably a large scale Joshua Yeldham artwork in the dining room, a Rosemary Laing photography piece over the lounge room, and a Brook Andrews piece in the master bedroom.
The clean crisp navy and white palette implemented throughout the home ensures an elegant residence for this family. The continuation of the inside palette to outside with the pavilion style pool, exterior landscape and gazebo.
The Woolwich Home features on the cover, and inside, the October Issue of House and Garden Magazine. Make sure you pick up a copy today to read the interview with Natasha Levak and view more of this stunning project.