Australian House & Garden


A giant hug: that’s what the owners of this beach house on the NSW Central Coast wanted it to feel like. “When you have a demanding, stressful job, it makes sense that you would seek out a place that acts as an antidote, a place where you can unwind,” says Lynne Bradley, the Sydney interior designer in charge of delivering this hug-made-tangible for a family of

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