Minimalism and function in design of former abandoned house in Sydney

Until recently, this house in Sydney was abandoned, but the skilful hands of designers turned an outdated building into a modern home for a family with children. The interiors are notable for natural lighting: floor-to-ceiling windows, glass ceilings, and dormer windows provide a perfect condition for it. These features allow the light to literally penetrate the rooms – the sun’s rays even penetrate the stairwell, in which windows are rarely designed. Subdued colors and finishes made from natural materials helped to create an atmosphere of calm and tranquility inside the house. Furniture and decor to a minimum, but there was a place for really favorite things. A great example of how minimalism and functionality can make good friends!

See also: Modern design for cozy family living

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Maria is the lead author at She finished faculty of journalism and art school, works in the field of PR and has a special passion for cozy interiors. Warm and soulful interiors where the life is felt are really close to her.
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Comments: 2
  1. Misty Pesto

    Pretty & comfy.

  2. Ольга

    Теперь я знаю какой дом хочу.

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