This Glebe Townhouse Proves Colour Can be Chic

Lauren Powell

If you’re a fan of minimalist, neutral interiors, you’ll be surprised at how much you’ll love this colourful home. From the brightest cobalt blue, an alluring aqua, and the prettiest peach pink—this interior would have even a rainbow envious of its array of hues.

Located in Glebe in Sydney’s inner west, this renovated 1970s townhouse designed by Woods and Warner, is the ultimate 70s-inspired interior—it's minimalist in its design and shapes, but bold and dramatic when it comes to colour—everything we love about this playful period. And while it’s kaleidoscope of colours steal the show, the space is still every bit sophisticated and refined.

The mint green console and the velvet coral armchair have just jumped to the top of our wish list and we’ll be dreaming of those canary yellow bathroom tiles for years (and years) to come. Scroll down and take a tour of through this bright and bold home.  

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