The 170-square-metre home is spread across three floors with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a study nook, an open plan kitchen and dining area that backs onto the garden and two living spaces. Each space gently and seamlessly unfolds onto the next, creating the illusion of a larger, more spacious home. The architects, deDraft, also managed to make room for a clever study nook in the centre of the home beneath a generous skylight. It’s this space where Sheena spends the majority of her time.
The heart of the home is tucked at the rear, comprising of a large kitchen with island bench, butler’s pantry and dining zone, with inbuilt banquette seating. Everything in this space reflects an interest in tactility, beauty and colouring – reflective of nune’s signature aesthetic. Limestone and oak form a restrained base for the layering of personalised pieces within this space, including the sculptural dining chairs reupholstered in Kvadrat fabric, vintage kitchen wall sconces and artwork by Ben Nicholson from The Francis Gallery – one of Sheena’s favourite pieces within her home.