This is not: Another café This is: Armadale’s new local Established, sharp and friendly, Moby’s personality takes cues from its existing late 70’s shell. Celebrating the curve, iconic arched windows lining the corner façade frame the punches of Tuscan pink render and block teal within the interior. Friendly and approachable, this new all-day destination café is right at home in its Armadale neighbourhood. Photography: Sharyn Cairns
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Interior design by MILIEU editor Pamela Pierce inspired by French, Swedish, Belgian, European, Gustavian, Scandinavian antiques, modern art, minimal, feminine, romantic, timeless, tranquil, farmhouse style and elegant traditional decor, reclaimed stone floors, biots, white roses, linen, slipcovers, ruffles, skirted tables, Lefroy Brooks fixtures, cremone bolts, steel windows and doors, rustic wood, white, neutrals, French country, Chateau Domingue, oversize sconces, and chandeliers.
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We’ve mentioned it before, but if you find a place with a good view, floor to ceiling windows, and hardwood floors, your decorating battle is basically already won. He’s added a tufted sofa and a sleek metal and wood coffee table. A small desk and a bookcase anchor the large expressionist print.
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