The entranceway to the home features vintage items with decorative pieces from Australian designers
The view from the lounge room, featuring vintage dining chairs and mossy tones to complement the warm wooden interior

Working as the Director and Auctioneer of Barry Plant in Geelong, Kieron Hunter, the owner of this mid-century gem, has the envious luxury of seeing home listings before anyone else. When he arrived at the potential listing, he could see past the need for minor renovations and knew that he would make this house, his home. After a cosmetic upgrade to the kitchen and bathrooms working alongside Made For, Wildflower were engaged to source the finishing touches, a selection of mid-century sympathetic pieces, including furniture, artwork and objects.

Designed in the 1970s by the Melbourne architect, Nicholas Day, the distinctive home features exposed wooden beams, slate floors laced with strips of copper tones and exposed brick walls. Wildflower leaned into colour, introducing shades of burgundy, ochre and mossy green, indulging in textures to create a very homely, warm and relaxing space that is sensitive to the period of the home, yet modern and relevant for today.

A cosy spot in the sunken lounge
A favourite view of ours - ceramics, stone, timber and wool come together as a satisfying combination
“Our client really trusted us and was keen to give us creative freedom to make the spaces feel like him while also paying homage to the building”
Cara Stizza - Wildflower Founder & Design Director
A wool check sofa, creating a space for conversation
Textural details in the sunken lounge
The bedroom with views into the walk-in robe is decorated with furs and a mushroom lamp that lean into the 70s history
Mustard accents mimicked in handmade ceramics


If you’d like Wildflower to assist with your home styling and furniture procurement get in touch.