This renovation was done in a 1920’s 80m2 bungalow in Island Bay, Wellington, and is the home and gallery of artist Max Patté. The fact that this home belongs to a painter and a sculptor is quite clear, from the moment you set foot on the property. The design is quirky and whimsy, the interior is eclectic with lots and lots of art works of the owner. White and light-colored natural wood were chosen as for background for colorful sculptures and pieces of furniture. I love the living room with an animal pattern rug and wood logs – so unexpected! What a lovely interior for those who love eye-catching spaces!
Source: desiretoinspire, urbismagazine