Warm inviting and largely neutral tones grace the interiors and plush décor along with the ample wood and glass make this a treat for those who wish to move away from the excessive use of concrete. The large floor to ceiling windows ensure there is constant natural lighting along with the ever-changing canopy forming a lovely and brilliant canvas.
The wine cellar is intoxicatingly grand the gaming room conveniently placed to have loads of fun and the living room warmth and comfort galore. Offering both fun and privacy at the same time the opulence is never lost throughout.
The home has a continuous and flowing color palette that gives it the spacious look while keeping the theme of the house simple. The ample use of wood and brown shades gives it the inviting warmth which every home needs. Cozy modern furniture glazed doors and unassuming wooden surfaces complete the ergonomic and adaptive house. Located in the historical Beaumaris area which has traditionally been renowned for its experimental architecture the in Melbourne is another wonderful example of integrating modern design with sustainable features.
And because we mentioned the green aspect of the home you should know that — according to its designer — the house A great example of how you should care about every detail of sustainability and a bohemian lifestyle at the same time. Don’t you think?
A giant hanging chandelier a large faux fur rug a stylized bronze lion perched upon a table and an ornate chaise lounge perfectly arranged for a graceful fainting scene – all of these items would look out of place alone. However together they create the sort of dramatic effect cultivated best by old Hollywood.