The refreshing and light-filled living area contains the kitchen and dining space as well and embraces a color scheme in wood and white. This gives the home a spacious visual appeal even while maintaining a link between the more traditional existing home and the new addition.
The idea of giving a Victorian cottage a modern makeover is all too common on the face of it. But every renovation addition or extension demands something different and unique. The in Melbourne goes down a different path with its new rear extension and refurbishment as it also gets a new street façade!
More than the ambiance of the space it is the many unique design features of this structure that demand your attention. For instance each side of the tiny chalet has its own entrance with two windows that are identical in shape but of varied sizes.
A host of eco-friendly features put the final touches on this Aussie escape with passive solar design top-notch insulation rainwater harvesting and on-site sewage treatment allowing the house to largely function off-the-grid.
Nestled on a 60-hecter open field in Australia the blends vernacular design with breathtaking views and a comfortable modern interior. Designed by Atelier Andy Carson as a guest house for two this striking structure borrows from the silhouette of traditional farm buildings in the region.
By choosing a neutral color palette anchored in white the textural beauty of the stone walls the lovely arches and the weathered ceiling wooden beams has been further enhanced in an understated fashion.
Designed by Habitech Systems the new interior of the cottage has a revamped floor plan with the bedrooms now moving to the front and the rear extension housing the open plan living area.
A beach house is the perfect way to get away from it all – especially for those who love warm weather sun sand and surf! Beach houses have taken a turn from the traditional coastal style with a beachy vibe to homes that are far more contemporary polished and have an ability to serve as a yearlong primary residence.