Calm and natural tones abound in this serene Barossa abode.
The living room is a relaxing and quiet sanctuary away from the rest of the house. It showcases a new timber moulding for the original fireplace. For a polished finish, a new natural linen slipcover was made for the Laura Ashley sofa. An imported Slamp ‘Fiorella’ chandelier hangs above the Horgans ottoman.
A row of rustic hooks is the perfect place to hang bags, scarves and hats, while a wooden box provides both practical storage and a stylish place to perch.
The new kitchen by Adelaide’s Complete Kitchens is a symphony of white textures. Smart Laminex cabinets in Alabaster continue to ceiling height, while handmade splashback tiles from Eco Tile Factory add just the right amount of shine. Try Caesarstone in Snow for a similar glistening benchtop. Glass cupboard fronts, metal Tolix-style stools from Replica Furniture, warm timber floors and conical glass pendants from One World Collection add depth and interest.
The former kitchen was stripped bare and reinvented as a five-star bathroom. The slick Laminex vanity in Burnished Wood, Caesarstone bench in Snow, charcoal floor tiles and ‘Multiform Classique 1700’ freestanding bath – both from Barossa Building And Tile Supplies – all conspire to create a luxurious pamper zone.
Providing a jolt of red, the poster above the desk is by a Mexican cartoonist. An old door, painted off-white and supported by Ikea trestles, does desk duty, teamed with a Panton replica chair from Milan Direct. An antique armchair revived with a custom slipcover and an Ikea work lamp form a cosy nook.