A serene space by interior designer David Hicks. A collection of vintage furniture adds a layer of softness and picks up the colours of the beach view outside. THe vintage Curtis Jere skyscraper chrome lamp acts as a beacon at night. Image - Shannon McGrath. David Hicks is profiled on the Temple & Webster blog as part of David Clark's Edit. http://blog.templeandwebster.com.au/david-clarks-edit-david-hicks/

A Docklands penthouse in Melbourne by interior designer David Hicks. Pattern and colour is juxtaposed to play on the Dale Frank painting. Paisley and ikat patterns contradict but sit easily together while vintage aqua lamps and fluoro orange bowl by Alexandra Von Furstenberg add another dimension to the painting. Image - Shannon McGrath. David Hicks is profiled on the Temple & Webster blog as part of David Clark's Edit. http://blog.templeandwebster.com.au/david-clarks-edit-david-hicks/

A Tribeca, New York loft by Melbourne-based interior design firm Nexus Designs. The interior was inspired by the owner's favourite picture of the NSW Blue Mountains and incorporated dusky blues and purples, wood and sunny yellow. See more on the Temple & Webster blog as part of the David Clark's Edit series. Image - Jonny Valiant. http://blog.templeandwebster.com.au/david-clarks-edit-nexus-designs/

Art, lighting and classic furnishings added character and drama to this contemporary Double Bay dining room by interior designer Michael Bechara. Read more as part of David CLark's Edit on the Temple & Webster blog: http://blog.templeandwebster.com.au/david-clarks-edit-michael-bechara-design/

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