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Winner | House & Garden Top 50 Rooms 2014 | Uocmas News
30th September 2014

Uocmas Interior Design is excited to reveal that NSW project Long Bay, Mosman, has been awarded the Best Use of Soft Furnishings in House & Garden Magazine’s annual Top 50 Rooms 2014.

With an exceptional use of layering, texture and detail, the master bedroom in this waterfront Mosman residence was selected for the coveted award. 

“We are thrilled to have our work recognised by House & Garden with fierce competition from our design peers. The project was an exciting one to work on with stunning views of the bay that we enriched with a luxury interior. For the selected bedroom, we gave special consideration to a striking wallpaper design complemented with bold aubergine accents and neutral furnishings,“ says Jodie Kingman, Senior Interior Designer, Uocmas Interior Design.

Executing the brief for modern elegance, Uocmas Interior Design created a beautiful four bedroom home for a family with children and pets, set over Long Bay in Mosman, Sydney. Complementing the serene natural landscape and expansive water views, the design team produced a sophisticated yet functional interior with great entertaining potential.

Ambience and warmth was introduced with new lighting, joinery and a kitchen fitting the open plan layout. High end furnishings further enhanced the scheme with natural timbers, leathers and fabrics and a neutral palette with teal accents, inviting an awareness of space with a luxurious feel.

The annual Top 50 Rooms by House & Garden magazine garners entries from the top interior designers, architects and stylists from around Australia. See the November issue of the magazine, on sale Monday 29th September, for the full list of winners. 

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