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.
The use of energy-saving lighting installations water saving and recycling systems and smart solar design make the Elliot Ripper house all the more energy efficient. With interiors clad in pristine white sleek modern décor and warm hues splattered generously here and there this is one home that delivers in style!
The outdoor fireplace is in the perfect place to warm up on a cool evening after taking a relaxing dip in the pool. No need to worry about dripping water as the treated wood floor has plenty of drainage. The view of the terraced lawns appears to give you a breath of pure oxygen to both energize and relax you at the same time.
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? ()
Builders Sean O’Brien and Paul Cubelic spent six years developing eight living units in a Sydney apartment block before offering them for sale. This awesome top floor penthouse which attracted a $5100000 price tag was one of them. Situated in landscaped gardens at Sydney’s McMahons Point the apartment boasts three bedrooms each opening on to the terraces that provide amazing views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
Artistic in all ways the pillow cushions feature original images of animals making for a unique decorative item that could add a special pop to your living room the bedroom or any other space in your home. The Fable collection comes with a vibrant range of characters from the granny tales (the barn owl dove bunny crow horse hawk or the snake) while the Exotic collection features the fierce tiger the lithe crested crane or perhaps if you’d like a moody croc.
On the top floor is a ‘Planter Screen’ which acts as a wall that ensures privacy while also growing little shrubs and vegetation which bring freshness to the home. The Maximum Garden House itself was designed with the specific purpose of letting the parents in the house keep a constant eye on the kids even if they are not in the same room.