With its pale, solid timber floor, white and timber chairs and a fabulous 3.6-metre long American oak table, the dining room is a quiet celebration of pared-back Nordic beauty. Picture windows offer a leafy glimpse of the garden, while a focal splash of the prettiest pastel tones comes via a framed Shaynna Blaze canvas.
Light, space and functionality are the winning ingredients in this two-toned kitchen. An accent tower, clad in matt subway-style tiles laid in a herringbone pattern with slate-grey grouting, houses the ovens and cupboards, while providing a focal point. Marble-look Silestone for the benchtops is a family-friendly choice, while oak bar stools add to the casual modern vibe.
A sophisticated palette of greys and whites rules in the family room. The star is the sofa in an easy-to-wipe charcoal leather, with a wool check throw and a black-and-white plaid cushion adding comfort. On the wall, a grouping of simply framed monochrome prints forms a harmonious arrangement.
One corner of the upstairs rumpus room has been cleverly transformed into a functional study nook, with a white desk from Ikea paired with floating, bang-on-trend leather-strap shelves.
The magic of monochrome is alive and well in the serene main bedroom, with only a rectangular cushion and a luscious caramel blanket bringing a gentle input of colour. A floating shelf hosts a collection of framed family photos, while a striking black metal pendant offers bedside illumination without cluttering the side table.
Charcoal stickers elevate this room to top of the class, with black-and-white bedlinen from Ikea together with a ‘Lucky’ cushion adding a further element of fun.
This pretty-as-a-picture bedroom features a bed dressed in a dusty pink throw with pink velvet cushions. A table with drawers keeps clutter at bay, while the blush table lamp is in keeping with the standout hue.
Swathed in moody charcoal hues, this bathroom is the perfect pamper zone. A sumptuous freestanding bath beckons after a long day. Glazed porcelain tiles line the floor and walls, while graphic towels inject a bright burst of blue. A timber stool makes an ideal spot to display greenery.