The eclectic home of Sydney designer Tamsin Johnson juxtaposes styles and eras, shining a light on her personal design narrative.
When it came to designing her own home, designer Tamsin Johnson saw it as an opportunity to create something truly unique. The property itself is one of a kind; a heritage home with generous proportions built in the 1920s in a sought-after neighbourhood overlooking Sydney Harbour. In Sydney, interiors can often play second fiddle to the view, but in this instance, the designer has woven a narrative of interesting pieces throughout the four-bedroom home. “It’s a great showcase for my furniture business, with ideal settings, scenarios and applications all perfectly laid out,” Tamsin says. “Of course, it’s great for my interior design practice too. People always ask what I would do for myself and my family and here it is.”
This article is a preview of ‘At Home with Tamsin Johnson‘ featured inside the latest issue of est magazine, Kitchen Confidential.