Indoor-outdoor dining room
Glass doors slide back to create a dining room that was designed to feel like a large balcony. Garden furniture has been used to emphasise the feeling of being outside, while stripped-back walls reveals stone bricks for an earthy look.
The owners have removed the back wall of the ground and first floor and replaced it with window so that the house is flooded with light. Its perfect for maintaining the indoor-outdoor feel. Instead of blinds, a modern trellis provides dappled shade.
The sleek units contrast with the decorative cornicing and natural-wood finishes. While renovating the home, the owners wanted to be sympathetic to its origin, so what was left was a stylish mix of old and new. Eye-level shelves are a good alternative to wall-hung units, giving a more relaxed look.
Stylish breakfast nook
The window frames were stripped and left rough, which adds a warm, country-cool look to the kitchen and complements the floor. A compact kitchen table is perfect for Sunday morning coffee in the sunlight.
Media living room
By sticking to a neutral palette, the cool mix of 20th Century designs has cohesion, and the film poster really stands out. A fireplace has been added to create a grand focal point in the scheme.
An array of books are stashed away neatly in floor-to-ceiling bespoke shelving units. The rich wood is offset by the red lacquer table, while mirror panels create the illusion of more space. A retro-style chandelier makes a striking focal point.
Family basement room
By recessing a large flatscreen TV into the wall and adding plenty of low-level storage which doubles up as seating, the ground-floor family room can either be a cosy gathering spot or party venue. The light installation adds another shot of primary colour, as well as a bit of fun.
Relaxed shower area
The long sandstone sink was specially made for this bathroom, and matches the colours of the flooring. Muted mosaic tiles add elegant contrast and continue the tranquil feel. A panel of glass screens the sleek shower space.
Natural-style bathing area
Rustic materials mix with minimal-cool brassware to create a hint of warm, cottage mood in the bathroom. A mix of textures allow the beauty of the natural materials to shine.
Light and airy master bedroom
An antique rug with elegantly faded colours softens the pine boards, while the romance of the exposed beams is given edge with a funky poster of Jimi Hendrix. The bed is given a feminine touch with a floral duvet cover and a heart cushion.
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