In the last few years we have seen some gorgeous Edwardian homes across Australia get stylish additions and extensions that combined the residences’ old world charm with contemporary comfort. Following this smart and sustainable path is the lovely in that was renovated and revamped by Robert Nichol & Sons.
The top floor contains the master bedroom and luxurious bathroom along with an expansive walk-in closet. Embracing a neutral color scheme all three levels seem like a natural extension of one another even as pops of bright color are kept to a bare minimum.
While one of the barn structures faces the street and contains the public areas the other is carefully tucked behind it to keep the private quarters away from any prying eyes. Elegantly placed wooden slats allow plenty of natural light to filter through while ensuring that the home is not completely open towards the street.
An outdoor lounge that acts as a bridge between the large green central courtyard and the pool area is the ideal getaway that allows the homeowners to spend some beautiful summer evenings enjoying the fresh outdoors. Understated and minimal furnishings accentuate the sleek yet inviting appeal of the home while brilliant lighting brings the Bay House alive after sunset.
There is nothing quite like a beautiful small summer house that allows you to escape the big city rush and relax in style as you are surrounded by natural goodness. Located on an idyllic farm in Sao Roque a town that is just 60 km away from the bustling is a gorgeous summer retreat that charms you with its uncomplicated design. Crafted by Andrade Morettin Arquitetos Associados using a modular wooden structure the compact house is covered with metal tiles that give it a unique silhouette.
The showcases timeless elegance wrapped in sleek modern style thanks to the soaring 17-foot ceilings that welcome you with plenty of pomp. The large living area contains a dramatic dining room at its heart with chandelier lighting that instantly becomes the focal point of the space.
The exterior of the house is clad in black to set it apart from the other homes in the area. A gives the façade its unique look while keeping the sun away. Designed by David Edelman Architects the L-shaped home is spread across two different levels with the lower level housing the public spaces and the top floor containing the private quarters.