Amy and Andrew Palmer-Millin stumbled upon their new home by accident. They were house-hunting in seaside Scarborough and were on their way to a different home open when they chanced upon the place that was to become their next home. “We accidentally went to see the house, it wasn't on our list to view at all,” says Amy. “We drove past and saw the sign and thought, ‘Oh we are early, let's just go see it.’”
Dated and daggy, with a horrendously overgrown garden, the 1980s house had been overlooked many times as it sat on the market for two whole years. But beneath the daggy features and tired paint scheme, Amy and Andrew saw the home’s potential immediately. “It had great bones,” says Amy.
DINING ROOM: On the wall hangs a large photo Amy and Andrew took while on holiday in Sardinia (a part of Italy I have always wanted to travel to – for the food!) “The food was incredible,” sighs Amy. The copper and wood pendant lights were from Angove Street Collective. Photos by Heather Robbins.
FLEA MARKET FINDS: “The copper pots were found in Paris and returned to Perth in my parents’ luggage,” reveals Amy. “Lucky for us they travel light, not sure they have got over it though! I also love the...