Faced with an old, crumbling cottage in need of a renovation, homeowners rebuilt the existing home keeping the old bricks. An extension was added and a pavilion built to connect the new space. The rustic, charming bricks signify the entrance to the old cottage.
Wanting an open, airy space timber slats were introduced to section off part of the living room from the kitchen without creating a divide.
History to tell
A stone’s throw from Melbourne’s CBD, this idyllic apartment on the ground floor of a graceful, French-style building from the 1930’s expertly weaves history in a modern, functional home.
Proving that white isn’t always the most luxurious finish, the bathroom walls are cladded in dark tiles and a partial wall covered in glittering mosaics hides the toilet from view.
This stunning living room is brought to life with a timber-clad feature wall. The honey tones work with the crisp white walls and warm leather sofa to create a comfortable, cohesive living space.
An earthy mix of timber and white
This split-level residence created a textural focal point by adding a timber feature wall. In a similar tone to the floor, the caramel tones soften the white walls.