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Everyone is talking about: new interiors store Studio Alm by Marjolaine Leray

From St Tropez to Sydney, Woollahra’s newest interiors store, Alm brings a unique burst of Mediterranean colour to Australia’s creative landscape including designs from the likes of Parisian India Mahdavi and the Dutch king of reuse and reinvention, Piet Hein Eek.

Owner Marjolaine Leray, who moved with her daughter from the South of France where she has her own interior design practice and three homewares stores in the idyllic hilltop village of Ramateulle, expertly curates a joyful mix of art, furniture and homewares in her new watermelon hued gallery-meets-retail space on Queen Street, Woollahra. Here you can find the bold, feminine photography of Melbourne artists Honey Long and Prue Stent, furniture pieces from Australia’s Trent Jansen alongside one-off glass vases from France and bespoke sustainable furniture from Botswana-based designer Peter Mabeo. The unifying link in the ever-evolving collection on offer is that every work has to be unique. Alm is a supporter of local design, a quiet champion of sustainability and our new one-stop shop for interiors inspiration. What’s not to love? studioalm.com

Published Thursday, 7th February 2019
By Studio Prineas

 Studio Alm in Woollhara. Photo by Studio Alm.

 India Mahdavi Ceramic stools at Studio Alm. Photo by Studio Alm.

 

 

 

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