Breaking down the barriers and making good design accessible is what Spaces by Diana and this blog is all about. Whether it be by recommending new products worthy for your home, dissecting the make up of a room and sharing the details of where to shop or offering you a range of services to help you create a special home. We spend so much time in our homes, we can't help but make them become personal. So at Spaces by Diana, redesigning your home is all about doing it your way (with a little helping hand!).
So when I heard about the Cross Street Project, I couldn't wait to share it with you! Why you say?
"Ever fallen in love with a home in a magazine and wished you could move in? The Cross Street Project by C + M Studio allows you to indulge that impulse. A project in which local design, community and the beauty of beachside Sydney combine, the newly renovated apartment is not only for sale but a completely shoppable space."
That's right. If you are in the search to buy an apartment in Sydney and would love it to be fully furnished and styled, then this is the place for you. You can simply buy the apartment empty, or with everything in it too, or simply shop the items that fill the space! The apartment oozes all the elements of the perfect beachside abode with open, light and airy spaces, light timbered floors and soft, casual furnishings in natural fibres and timber. To add some glam, the apartment is accessorised in brass features, talented photography artwork and marble touches. Relaxed luxury by the beach!
What I particularly love about this project is the collaboration with local designers, artists and retailers to fill out the apartment with covetable homewares, furniture and artwork. And then making all the details available so you can purchase them too! Yep, this is making design accessible.
The space is open for inspection this weekend and it's the final one, so make sure you pop in to discover what its all about! Details about the inspection are provided here. Unfortunately I will not be in Sydney this weekend so if you get a chance to visit, please let me know your thoughts. You will otherwise find me scouring the online shop here!
Have a lovely weekend.
All images courtesy of The Cross Street Project.