After an investment purchase of a slightly decrepit, outdated rental property a decision was made by this family to knock it all down and start from scratch. With an inspired concept to create two federation styled townhouses, the need for the interiors to be as smart as the exteriors was paramount.
The idea was to have a high-end, elegant design for one of the units, which will be owner occupied and the other to be of a low-mid range design to be sublet privately. The brief was to create a beautiful sanctuary, a home where guests would gasp as they walked through the front door.
The result for the owner-inhabited home, was a timeless yet modern interior. The colour palette was a balance of classics; with white, black and marble littering the majority of the mood board and therefore defining the completed look.
The incorporation of timber through lightly-coloured hardwood flooring helped to bring a naturally illuminated feel to the interiors. Wainscoting and picture rails used throughout the front entrance create a classically tasteful welcoming for all guests.
A beautiful, large feature pendant coupled with black window frames add personality and embellish the living room in a simple yet effective way.
A contemporary kitchen and bathroom finish, keeping in line with the marble and timber theme complete the look in a polished fashion.