Juliette Arent of Sydney based interior design firm, Arent&Pyke joins the Est Style Hunter team this month to share all that catches her well honed, design discerning eye. Together with business partner Sarah-Jane Pyke, Juliette has earned a highly regarded reputation for tearing down the walls of conservative design and replacing them with walls awash with colour and layers of sophisticated style and presence. Get to know what makes this style maven tick.
Juliette Arent shares with us all that has caught her eye this month…
WORK: Arent&Pyke’s Double Bay House. Sharp with a touch of blue, green and brass. Photography by Felix Fox.
ART: Alan Jones depicts images pertaining to identity, aiming to communicate to the viewer the intricacies of human connections and how his own roots subsequently influence his work.
READ: Grace Jones’ I’ll Never Write My Memoirs. Badly written, but too entertaining to put down.
DESIGN: Mimosa pendant with black structure by Areti. Not intended for any of our current projects, but I will keep it in my secret stash.
COLOUR: Bottle green executed like this in Guillermo Santoma’s Casa Horta in Barcelona.
EAT: Anthony Gill’s Ester restaurant in Chippendale, Sydney.
WEAR: I’m lusting over everything by Ellery, Isa Arfen, Rosie Assoulin and TOME. Colour all the way for summer, but as we head back into the cooler months, it’s all about black and white for me. I am loving this look from Celine 2016.
DESIGN INSPIRATION: Anthony Gill
TRAVEL: India’s next on my hit list! Last time I was there was 15 years ago. It captured my heart and I am ready to be swept up in the love affair again… First stop: Udaipur.
COVET: Vintage desires – curvaceous Locus Solus chairs by Gae Aulenti 1965.