Alana’s love for 1970s design with glamorous brass accents is clear from the front door. The entrance features a 1970s Gloss Lacquer vintage sideboard by Jean Claude Mahey and a 1970s vintage circular brass table lamp. These pieces are synonymous with an eye for London designer Michael Anastassiades’ delicate lighting, including his Mobile Chandelier 3 – the centrepiece in the dining room – and sculptural motifs that surface in the kitchen design, furniture and rugs. White walls, travertine, and restored timber flooring highlight the home’s original architectural details, while Alana’s personality is reflected in moments of vivid colour and texture, such as the burnt orange velvet Gubi beetle chairs, and her own custom pieces.
Speaking with an inherent love of her home and what’s come before, Alana’s new chapter for ‘Unalla’ captures the legacy of the women at its heart. Alana’s design intuition has translated into a glamorous home, refined and playful all at once.