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Simone Haag is a designer and stylist, with her studio located in Melbourn and has great Modern Dining Room Ideas for your next project.
Simone Haag considers houses to be a blank page, an empty book — limitless and full of possibilities – a story waiting to be written, a tale ready to be told.
Simone Haag’s profession is similar to that of a journalist in that she investigates the customers’ personal stories. Only with this knowledge can she create an immersive tale in which the customer will want to live, rejoice, and unwind.
Simone Haag’s expertise qualifies her as a kind of wayfarer, a design guide. She is deeply absorbed in the field of design and enjoys sharing her knowledge.
She has a decade of experience working on major projects that have produced some really gorgeous results. Simone Haag creates a network of local and international suppliers and artisans.
Her ambition is to be known as a friendly curator of beautiful furniture, art, artefacts, and lighting. Past clients frequently compliment her on her kind manner, calm demeanour, and thoughtful approach.
Simone Haag views the design process as a highly personal journey, and my working paradigm enables her to celebrate her actual character, and fundamental beliefs, and eventually modify environments, which may just better the lives of people who live inside them.
With the understanding that a holistic result requires Architecture, Interiors, Landscaping, Furniture, and Styling, the Simone Haag team was brought on board a year before handover to allow for a thoughtful curation of furniture and objects in response to the Architecture and Interiors.
The customer wanted a comfortable house for her family of boys, and she wanted the sitting room to be a tranquil getaway from the commotion of family life – and it had to be centred around her favourite colour, yellow.
It was clear that they and the Simone Haag team had design trust and understanding. The customers requested that the studio cover the Architecture and Interiors with exquisite elements to ease the harsh architectural surroundings.
The items’ palettes virtually always focused around a rich blue, bold but light and tonal, and always paired fineness with solidarity. The end product was a carefully picked, design-driven family home that prioritised safety and comfort.
This modern hideaway on the Mornington Peninsula embraces luxury while preserving a calm, beach vibe throughout. The residence’s distinctiveness is highlighted not only by an evergreen garden that blurs the line between inside and outside, but also by a cathedral ceiling that unites the kitchen, dining, and living areas.
Simone Haag and her team developed a contemporary collection of Furniture, Art, and Objects to suit the open plan living and light interiors – sculptural forms and fascinating materials take centre stage, providing layers and warmth.
Simone Haag guided the client through the process as they furnished the spaces together. The negative space emphasized the object’s uniqueness, and the source was broad.
A seamless engagement with a customer that was eager to begin the process and persistent in their determination resulted in an exquisite solution that the Simone Haag team can be proud of.
The Mazzei owners contacted the Simone Haag team to assist with the Furniture Art objects and Styling of their flagship home in Canterbury. Working with a customer who freely claimed to like everything grey, the studio took that brief and discreetly persuaded the client to make some bolder decisions.
As a result, a limited mix of Furniture, Art, and Objects speaks to this Victorian home in a modern way.
Tom Robertson Architects welcomed the Simone Haag team to join the project team. The aim of the Studio on this project was to curate a completely new collection of Furniture Art and Objects for the couple who were building their dream house. Clients expressed immediate faith in the colourful array of objects chosen just for them.
Because of the highly collaborative and involved process that took place, the outcome is a home that is tremendously rich, conversational, and engaging, yet reflecting the owners.
With its dark, melancholy, and textured style, this coastal home by Woods Bagot, Interiors by Hecker Guthrie, and Furniture Object and Styling by Simone Haag challenge the classic coastal home typology. Over the course of a year, the Simone Haag team collaborated closely with the client to choose the furniture and items.
The furniture has to be both relevant and beautiful, as well as functional and friendly. The end product is a set of well-curated sculptural shapes that are both interesting and supportive of entertaining and family time.
Simone Haag’s Melbourne home has undergone not one, but two restorations. Simone and her husband Rhys remodelled their Mid-Century Modernist home with the help of Kennedy Nolan to accommodate their growing brood. This remodelling gave Simone the opportunity to redecorate her house and re-establish the design style with which she surrounds herself.
A change to vintage items was visible, as was the incorporation of bespoke woodwork, and acquired artworks and artefacts, all while keeping the home’s original ambience. Thank you to Design Orr Build and SR&O.
Simone was able to work with Architect Andrew Simpson on the Fitzroy North project. Simone was hired by the client to overlay mostly the existing portion of the property with Furniture, Art, Objects, and Styling while the sculptural new expansion to the back of this Victorian mansion was taking shape.
The curving couch was an ingenious way to outfit a room with doors and windows in nearly every aspect. The circular rug followed suit, and mood, depth, and texture elements were poured into the area.
The Armadale home was created through a coherent and collaborative design approach with a like-minded creative. The residence belongs to Penelope Cohen, the Creative Director of the fashion label Skin and Threads. Penny hired Simone to redesign her formal living room and give this grand old lady of a Victorian a modern and feminine sensibility with a stylish edge.
Simone included plums, navys, and mustards throughout the room since she knew the client wasn’t afraid of color or texture. The dining chairs are all somewhat different in tone and relate to the Colin Penock artwork. Antique elements were sourced (for example, the Italian 1950s seats, the bar cart, and the Danish vintage light).
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