Fifty Acres of inspiration.

While being back in Melbourne, I can't deny how much I am enjoying a cup of coffee in our chic cafes. This week, I visited Fifty Acres in Richmond.

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Image one.

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Located on Bridge Road in a beautifully restored building is this industrial-inspired, bright & airy interior. Filled with warm natural materials that made me drool (and I'm not talking about their specialist brewing coffee): red brick walls / concrete floors / blonde timber furniture / oversized black framed windows / brass lights / mint coloured walls / antique-inspired tiles. Shall I continue?

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Image three.

Images four (top left and right) and five (bottom).

Images four (top left and right) and five (bottom).

I wanted to live in this space! While I unfortunately don't live in a warehouse, here's some sneaky ideas I've put together to achieve this style at home:

(clockwise top left).

(clockwise top left).

1/ La Paz Side Table by Tide Design 2/ Mint Macaroon from Dulux 3/ Harper sofa by Jardan 4/ Hard wired swing arm lamp by One Forty Three.

(clockwise left).

(clockwise left).

1 / Dalton Sofa by Southwood Home 2 / Country Road Bricks wallpaper from Emily Ziz Style Studio 3 / 04 Chandelier by Douglas and Bec 4 / No. 2 Luna Hill from Pentland Street Trading Co.

SbyD x

Images sourced via: one / two / three / four / five.