The home’s instinctive features are intended to create an emotional attachment between person and place. Beatrix Rowe wanted to create somewhere that the family could call home – somewhere comfortable and familiar. As a result, personal pieces such as art and other collectables have been seamlessly layered into the space, standing out against a sea of subtle tones and textures. Each of these pieces has a story to tell, giving the home a life of its own. What’s more, they give life to the name itself, the infamous collector of priceless objects, the Bowerbird.