By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, February 26th, 2018 - 14:10:08 PM.
Australia features the climate that really inspires indoor-outdoor alive, and it's not surprising that there many these homes there. Today we're featuring one of these, a modern dwelling in Brisbane with a calm feel and minimal decor.
Alexandra Buchanan Architecture designed the Coorparoo House to get a family with growing children.
The home contains stepped floor amounts that surround a courtyard with sliding glass walls that connect the indoors with the outdoors. There are three different bedroom zones giving each family member the perfect amount of privacy, the balance between separation and togetherness is very important for the owners. Horizontal windows frame views of their green surroundings while allowing daylight to fill out the interior.
The colour palette is white, grey and slate grey used in various proportions in each room: that the master bedroom is more darker and moodier for a relaxed feeling that the living room is airier and milder to make it inviting. As for materials, you might observe concrete, plywood, wood, stone tiles as well as fur. Tiles are frequently used not only in bathrooms to create the spaces cooler -- tiles don't heat up that far. The furniture is both laconic and modern, there's literally nothing unnecessary. Look at the photos to get inspired!
Source : DigsDigs
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