This beautiful home renovation turned the layout of this space around, ensuring all the living areas had uninterrupted views of the natural bush. All rooms are now logically connected with each other flowing seamlessly into the other yet still have their own defined space. The concrete-like wall tiles complement the feature ones
The kitchen pendant light provides the functional light required for the kitchen island to work effectively yet does not impede the view. The flooring is used consistently throughout all the living spaces to create a sense of connection and make the area appear larger.
The custom-designed furniture is a blend of modern industrial and mid-century modern with the wall pantry made to appear like a piece of furniture rather than part of the kitchen. The fireplace provides the focal point for the living area with a study nook hidden behind push touch doors.
The commissioned Bromley artwork sits pride of place with its own defined area to showcase it. The tiles in the ensuite continue the modern industrial style and add a sense of fun to the space. The concrete-like wall tiles complement the feature ones.
The wall hung vanity allows for ease of cleaning and makes the area appear larger. A large shaving cabinet was used to enhance storage solutions. The clients feel like they are living in their own personal resort.