Founded in 2004, Camilla Molders Design established itself as one of the most proflific Australian Interior Design studios. It focuses on residential interiors and works with their clients on all aspects of the design process, often collaborating with architects and builders, to create functional and beautiful spaces with furniture, making sure their clients are pleased. They mainly concern is functionality and aesthetics, with a big focus on craftsmanship. Here are some of Camilla Molders’ featuring the best of modern sofas.
Custom designed sofas with velvet damask to the back and sides, and leather to the front make for party proof sofas that are beautiful from every angle. The Banquet seating by the dining table makes for great spacial use in what could be an awkward space. Hidden storage underneath is an added bonus.
The custom designed sculptured floor rug, mirrors the details of the art deco ceiling rose overhead. The colours were chosen with thoughts of what would best hide potential red wine spillages!
The pieces in the relaxed open living room- where the everyday living happens, were selected with thoughts of the family dog and the minimal maintenance required for upkeep. Did you notice the pink socks on the sofa? Just a touch of something a bit different!
There are various details worth mentioning in this project, such as the custom rug in the family living room, designed to give a nod to the era of the home; and, in the formal sitting room at the front of the house, the reupholstered furniture, that the clients had collected back in their university days from opportunity shops.
Completed in 2012, this project is an example that classic design doesn’t date! In fact, this design studio gave a contemporary spin on this style, making it modern and joyful, not heavy or dated.
Moody blue tones and sumptuous textiles get people talking in this sitting room, and were used here to balance the existing rich red parquetry floors. A large area rug was custom designed for the space with a cymatic inspired pattern upon, which in turn created a subtle theme of movement and energy in the space – carried through with the selection of the photographic art of rolling waves, and the vibrant upholstery fabrics.
Melbourne Interior Design: A closed in and somewhat awkward space with turquoise laminate cabinetry that had seen better days, was the original state that we found this home in. An old period home with beautiful original details, Camilla Molders saw the potential of what could be, and set to work to bring this old house back to life! A simple monochrome colour scheme was used throughout, with touches of copper adding that little bit of zing in the kitchen!
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