The long kitchen features a long work island that could accommodate any size meal imaginable. This area continues with a wonderful view of the outdoors. Situated on an infill lot the house was constructed as a customized residence with the metal curved wall acting as the liaison between the house’s floors. Would you use a trick like this one for your own home? ()
Unlike the modern minimalist trend this one is from an era where various shades and designs were used lavishly to create vibrant and cheerful interiors. And there is indeed nothing ‘neutral’ about the interiors here as each room seems to have its own distinctive personality and with even unusual décor like the brass pole in the kitchen and old record player that is showcased in the living room.
This stunning sub penthouse occupies the western end of the ninth floor of the exclusive Air Apartment complex on Greenhill Road Adelaide. The wrap around terrace affords breathtaking views across the north west south and central districts of the city.
The buyer purchased two adjoining penthouse apartments which were then merged into one massive living and entertainment area covering a total of 958 square meters. In addition to the opulent apartments the occupant has full access to the apartment block’s other facilities including 25-meter pool gym massage sauna and steam room luxury 22-seat cinema conference room dry store and communal wine cellar. (more details)
The animal and bird figures and motifs also form part of the rooms as even the kitchen seems to follow a similar pattern. The arrangement of the rooms in certain angles puts forward a messed up look bringing in some snazzy charm.
The interiors largely follow a sleek and almost minimalist trend that seems absolutely apt for the apartment while the completely neutral shades offer a serene setting. The large floral design on one of the walls in the living area presents an interesting and appealing contrast as well. The bedrooms sport modern furnishings and come loaded with plenty of accessories to charm upon entering the room and the kids’ bedroom seems to incorporate an extra dash of color here and there.
The downstairs living area includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms – the layout is designed to be flexible allowing the owner to rearrange the floor plan to add further bedrooms. The package is completed by a spa therapy room and heated outdoor swimming pool on the terrace. The property on Halifax Street has a price tag at nearly $5 million making it one of the most expensive apartments in Adelaide.