Profiled | Folk Studio

Co-director Mariah walks us through Folk Studio’s Adams St project, an artist’s home located in Curl Curl Sydney.

A work of Art

Tell us a little bit about the project

Being an artist’s home, we wanted each piece within the home to feel carefully curated as if the space was a gallery itself. Heavily inspired by Japanese interiors, each space is minimal and highly functional. With the use of American Walnut, deep greens and ceramic tiles, the spaces feel warm, textured and understated.

 What was the brief?

The brief was to create a home that reflects Ash, her fiancé and their lifestyle together. She wanted each piece in the space to have a story. These stories were communicated through unique furniture pieces, the people who created them and their origins. The brief was also to create a space that feels fresh, bright and minimal.


Stylish and carefully curated decor pieces created points of interest amongst the calm.


What do you love most about Tiles of Ezra?


I love the rawness of each piece. Each tile tells a story and we love the inconsistency of each tile - no two are exactly the same.
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Can you talk us through your personal design style?

My personal style and aesthetic isn’t always very illustrated in our projects as we like to customise each design to our clients. I would say that our style is  minimalist, raw and earthy. You’ll notice in all our projects that we include unique tiles, hardwoods, plants, earthy hues and a clear appreciation for beautiful lighting.


You can check out Folk Studio's recent projects here


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