AT HOME WITH P.E NATION FOUNDER, PIP EDWARDS
Located a stones throw away from Sydney’s Bondi Beach, Edwards’ two-bedroom, two-bathroom abode – which she shares with her son, Justice, 9 – is a hidden oasis within the bustling suburb of Bondi.
Edwards purchased the apartment almost 18-months ago after falling in love with it’s dream location and now can’t image living anywhere else. “I bought it because of the awesome living space, the garden and the fact it has two garage spaces which is like gold in Bondi,” explains Edwards. “The house is perfect for Justice as we can play cricket and football in the backyard, he can skateboard and it’s so close to the beach.”
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While the style of the interior is predominantly tribal-inspired, it is combined with a hint of retro and a touch of rustic, which creates a uniquely original style within the modern shell of the building.
“It has a strong tribal feel, lots of clashing prints with a modern edge,” describes Edwards. “It’s eclectic”.
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Home: Pip Edwards
Photography: Caroline McCredie
Words & Styling: Lauren Powell
This story was originally published in June 2015.