Inspired by the Spanish style of the architecture of the house. Style Precinct undertook the task of creating a modern revival of this family home.
“The whole house was gutted and stripped back.” Explained interior designer, Noni Edmunds. “The client brief included new spaces with a relocated kitchen, laundry and bathroom designs. As well as custom joinery for the living room and WIR and a creative lighting plan.”
Combining the original Spanish architectural style with a modern interpretation, a classic, monochromatic palette has been used throughout. Additionally, the original parquetry flooring featured in the front of the house, made it’s way through to the new open-plan space during the renovation. Further complimenting the juxtaposition of old and new.
Although you may only notice the three door display cabinet featured in the dining room, as explained by Noni. “It actually spans the entire wall and is one of my favourite aspects of the design. That and the silver textured wallpaper.”
Photographer: Suzi Appel Photography