When I arrived in Fitzroy and dropped my bags off at Emaya's house I was blown away by how pretty my temporary home was. For those living in countries with much longer histories than Australia, you'll probably scoff at me for being in awe at its "old-ness" but seriously it was pretty incredible and I kept thinking I'd probably pay for such a house tour :p
First up my favourite feature - the prettiest sink you ever did see!
Seeing bikes inside was novel for me. Ben has a mountain bike but currently lives (sadly and unloved) outside.
One thing you should know about Emaya is that she has impeccable taste, ornaments included :)
I loved the huge windows in the rooms and all the super high ceilings.
That staircase on the left leads up to the attic, I got a sneak peak at the room (minus my camera) and it was so beautiful! Maybe I shouldn't say that because I don't have photo evidence - I know I know, I'm a bad blogger!
Cute black fireplace
Oh hang on they did have some unloved bikes as well :p
The kitchen which when the oven got going, turned out to be the warmest part of the house :)
Bikes in the hallway
I tried to channel my inner interior magazine photographer
Emaya's cute kombucha vessel - have I talked about kombucha on here yet? I've been drinking it pretty much solo for about a year now. I probably should write a blog post on it and how awesome it is - maybe, I'm lazy!
The bathroom killed me with cuteness!
How good is the pink shower curtain with the green tub and basin!
Maybe I've found my calling as an interior photographer :) I realise now I kind of forgot to take more wider shots and yup, got a bit lost in the details but I think details are always my favourite.
Tomorrow I'm blogging about my first few days in Melbourne-land and it's going to be chock full of food related adventures :)