Our Dale joinery handles and Exi light were used to great effect by Lynne Bradley Interiors for the Wrixton house project in Kirribilli, Sydney.
“Using inference through material choices as opposed to literal references was how I linked this residence to its maritime history and environment. Quilted brass (chosen for its non-corrosive properties and nautical reference), a deep saturated green (actually called Deep Water, Dulux), and the exquisite rose/blush pink tones which are prominent in the Pink Norwegian Marble and identifiable in the suburbs’ communal fences, park benches and the sandstone foundations of the home, were combined to create a unique response to the space. I am a big supporter of Australian design and didn’t hesitate to include beautiful brass products from Savage Design in this space. They are a respected family owned business who not only create exquisite pieces but their integrity and attention to detail makes all the difference.”
Lynne Bradley – Principal
The Dale door pull is used on the upper cupboards while the Dale 150mm rails have been used under bench as well as on the integrated fridge and pantry. She also used our slim line Exi light to carry the brass detail up and over the bench top. Exi was chosen to add to the aesthetics of the setting whilst not hindering sightlines to the magnificent view beyond.
Designer – Lynne Bradley Interiors
Photographer – Anson Smart
Stylist – Steve Cordony