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.
After graduating from prestigious College of Arts and Design in London, Ruth Welsby began her career as a stylist for some famous magazines as House & Garden and Kitchens Bedrooms & Bathroom. But then she decided to leave everything and move to Australia, where she plunged into freelance world, creating colorful interiors for a wide variety of brands and companies. And we have to say she does it so well!
If you prefer modern design to traditional and love simple laconic lines and open space, then you will definitely like this apartment in the suburbs of Sydney. Their design is so stylish and harmonious that there is almost nothing to blame in it. The living room seems to be almost perfect: smart layout, comfortable minimalist kitchen with an island and large dining table, a functional closet and direct access to a spacious terrace. Bedrooms in this home are quite simple in decoration but very comfortable and bright. Enjoy!
There is something intriguing and attractive in Australian design that seems so unusual and fresh for us. Browsing the works of Australian designers is always entertaining – you can learn a lot, expand your knowledge or just enjoy unique spaces. We already posted about the BMID studio, but the company does not stand still and continues to create – today we have the best of their latest projects. Enjoy!
Let the magnificent traditional Victorian facade of this townhouse in Sydney do not mislead anyone – behind it there are very modern minimalist interiors, which is a home to a local designer’s family. When the owners bought this house, they fell in love with the appearance and location in a quiet residential area, but inside the house was gloomy and uninviting. Therefore, they started a major rebuild, which lasted for 1.5 years, and with the help of architects from MCK, they managed to create a spacious and bright space for the comfort of each family member. In addition, there is an inner garden and a garage with a working studio. Awesome!
This stunning modern home for a young family in a quiet green suburb of Sydney fascinates already from the facade – a small two-story house made of noble stone with cozy traditional balconies looks like a postcard. And when you get inside, the interiors do not disappoint: the elegant modern classics, inspired by the atmosphere of old Europe, modern art as decor, calm and relaxing color scheme. Most of the rooms have direct access to the cozy garden and that is just wonderful. Such a beautiful home!