There is nothing more refreshing than an outdoor lounge that presents a wonderful balance of elements and offers a tranquil retreat. Located in the eastern suburbs of the showcases how to make the most of the available space while creating a beautiful interplay between the interior and the outdoors. But instead of just focusing on the interior the house designed by Tanner Kibble Denton Architects takes a refreshing and breezy approach to extending its living area into the backyard by using a fabulous.
The top floor comes with an optional kitchenette laundry and 3 additional bedrooms along with bathrooms. Combining sleek decor with rustic accessories and cozy fabric additions the Brindabella provides a soothing retreat deep in the heart of the Perth that could be yours
An imaginative design and exemplary balance between wood glass and concrete give the home its unique ! While the penthouse level offers amazing views of the city skyline and the Highline park the glass addition brings the sights and sounds of the changing seasons indoors in an unabated fashion. Timeless decor like the Tulip table and chairs along with the iconic LEM Piston Bar Stools complete this chic home.
A terrace overlooking the garden connects the new addition with the original house and large glass windows along with smart wooden slats ensure that there is an ideal balance between privacy and beautiful views. The backyard becomes an integral part of the living areas on the lower level that features a gorgeous living space a modern kitchen and an eclectic dining space with an accent brick wall. An outdoor lounge and pergola ensure that the homeowners can take the party outside any time of the day while sweeping social areas indoors promote interaction between family members.
The first floor of the e features the public spaces that include the living area and the kitchen. The second level contains the private quarters along with the master suite while the third floor features additional bathrooms and bedrooms that also serve as guest rooms.
The interior with its emphasis on a white backdrop and black decor additions almost seems like a fusion between the and Acting as a self-contained home for the parents the older Edwardian structure remains untouched and houses the kids’ spaces and the guest rooms;
But that is not where the wooden wonder ends as the floorboards made from recycled tallow-wood give the home a hint of green goodness and sustainability. Spread across two spacious levels the living areas are housed on the top floor to ensure that the homeowners can enjoy the best possible views throughout the day.