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Wednesday, 13 July 2016

House Envy: Nina Proudman's Home in Offspring Season 6!

Have you been watching Season 6 of Offspring? The entire Australian female population (and many males even though they pretend not to) are glued to their television screens on Wednesday evenings.

Every season Nina Proudman's (the main protagonist) house on the show has been spectacular. In Season 5, Nina's house was the epitome of industrial, boho glam with eclectic, vintage accessories. This season her home has this earthy, understated chic, folksy vibe with beautiful clusters of original Australian artwork that create a delightful lived-in look.

Here are some photos from Nina's beautiful inner-Melbourne single-fronted weatherboard Victorian house that actually belongs to Melbourne stylist and interior designer Kali Cavanagh in real life.
The living room features an extremely comfy looking linen sofa, a white throw and an infusion of colours through cushions and ottomans. The feature wall provides a beautiful muted green backdrop that perfectly complements the rest of the natural timber furniture. The eclectic clusters of artwork and indoor greenery work well with the overall earthy look. And that red cart is just too sweet!
Fiddlefig plants are a serious weakness of mine. I cannot go past one without oohing and aahing and wishing that I wasn't a serial plant killer. This one in Nina's house is no exception and adds to the organic lived-in look along with the neutral rattan chairs, the mismatched colourful dining chairs and dark timber dining table.
I love the fact that there is so much artwork on the walls that it captivates you in every screen. A good variation of paintings, photographs and sculptures creating a well woven look. It's never boring to live in a house with artwork filling the walls and making it a sort of a gallery!

The natural timber furniture in this house is accompanied and complemented by tons of indoor greenery in pots, baskets and vases.
And that beautiful rustic timber sliding door! 
Large vintage globes suspended from the ceilings keep the lighting simple and minimalist throughout the house.
There are pops of colour throughout the house, especially in Nina's on screen daughter Zoe's room with the beautiful yellow bed frame, scatter cushions and large artworks on every wall. 
The Rosetta Santucci painting above Nina's bed is one of my all time favourites. This cheerful painting has been hanging in Nina's bedroom in the show in almost every season and it gives a strong feeling of continuity and belonging. It's a gorgeous painting by the self taught artist who draws inspiration from her childhood spent in the Barossa Valley. It complements the muted and serene colour scheme in Nina's room.

Nina Proudman has to be one of the most engaging character's on Australian television. Her character's quirky style is reflected in the interiors of her homes on the show and each one thus far has been absolutely beautiful! If you want to see more of her style, make sure to tune into Offspring today!



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Till next time...
xox
Rani
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This is NOT a sponsored post, I just happen to absolutely love the show Offspring and the interior design style featured on it!

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