Owners of this loft apartment in Melbourne, Australia, wanted the home to be industrial and consistent with the character of the building, also one of the wishes was a dark kitchen. The first floor was divided into several zones with the help of furniture and finishes: entrance area, dining room, living room and kitchen. Brick wall and bright furniture with decor added some character to the image. The dark kitchen blended seamlessly into the interior, and the black book racks on the second floor seemed to be its continuation. Excellent balance of style, uniqueness and comfort!
Outside, this house in Melbourne is almost unremarkable – a small white building in Victorian style with a narrow path that leads to the entrance. But it’s worth going inside, as you understand, that here is a completely different world. The modern interiors with lots of wood finishes, large windows, the space designed for a large family with an active lifestyle. However, comfort and functionality are valued here no less than beauty and style. All rooms combine wooden elements and bright details. The veranda, which you can relax, dine or play sports, is both in the backyard and in front of the house. It’s amazing how sometimes the first look can be deceiving!
Australian homes are always very bright and colorful and that’s because of warm climate with a lot of sunny hours in a year. It was the summer atmosphere and long lazy days on the beach that make up the concept of this modern home in Sydney, say designers from H Interior Design, who worked on the project. Minimalistic design and bright touches in the decor created a truly cheerful and easy environment. Enjoy!
Mixing traditional and modern design styles and elements in one space today is quite a popular choice by a designer, and it is no accident. Indeed, playing on the contrast of the old and new, you can achieve quite interesting results. In this beautiful Australian house, fancy modern furniture and one of a kind decor perfectly coexist in the rustic style architecture which is more common for a country cottage. And the home looks just gorgeous!
This magnificent modern house is located just next to the Bouddi National Park in Australia right by the ocean and was created for a family from Sydney. The villa is just an hour away from the city, so the owners use it as a place for spending weekends and vacations, relaxing from the busy city life. Living room and terrace with a small pool open to the ocean and you can only imagine these breathtaking views owners enjoy. Paradise dwelling on the edge of the world!
We have already seen here many different interesting buildings converted into homes, but a church is really something different. In Melbourne, an abandoned 1890-year church was recently converted into a very bright contemporary residence and now it is put up for sale for $ 1.5 million. The main architectural elements that remind of home’s past are the gorgeous arched doors and windows, thanks to which it has its own unique character. What do you think of it? Could you live here? :)
If you like loft spaces, then this modern house in Melbourne is just for you. Outside it has wood finishing while interiors are made of red brick, concrete, metal – industrial design in its pure form. Our favorite room here is an open living room with glass walls, which smoothly connected with a stylish kitchen. Such a cool home!
Scandinavian style is loved all over the world, its influence is felt even in Australia, despite the fact that the climate in this part of the world is completely different. This cottage near Melbourne looks like typical Scandinavian home and would look more common in a severe Norwegian forest with its black and white scheme, clean lines and minimalist design. By the way, the house is rented and is ideal for quiet holidays outside the city.
This small home in Australia does not have any outstanding characteristics, such as high ceilings, huge windows or a large open space. In this regard, the designer Chelsea Hing decided to emphasize the multi-layered shades and textures in the interiors, taking as a basis a scheme of dark shades. This resulted in a dramatic and unusual dwelling that is very interesting to watch in details!
If a loft can be luxurious, then this apartment is just that case. Stunning industrial loft on the last two floors of the residential building in Melbourne looks sophisticated and rich. To the typical set of concrete surfaces and metal glass partitions, designers added large paintings and mirrors in gold frames, as well as chic furniture and lighting. But of course, the biggest luxury is a spacious terrace with the best views of the city.