It’s amazing how many separate areas can fit into one compact space. Below we see the sleeping loft the kitchen the dining “room” and the living area complete with a sofa bed. Hint: you can maximize your space by placing sleeping zones in out-of-the-way spots. Or using dual-purpose furniture such as a sofa that is also a bed!
Wood is the prime material for everything in the house. It looks old (salvaged) but extremely chic at the same time. In the large living room everything is cozy relaxed and sprinkled with some French touches. In the kitchen although small everything is well organized and has its place. Plenty of natural light fills the dining area adding character to the whole setup.
An ergonomic contemporary kitchen beautiful décor also sporting neutral shades and a splattering of wooden surfaces along with the flooring give the home a warm and inviting appearance. The bedrooms utilize sliding glass doors so that one can enjoy the lovely breeze outside on a lovely Melbourne evening. A terrace that promises unabated views of the city and its ever-changing sights and sounds tops off this luxury home. Currently awaiting its new owners it could be yours if you hurry!
The presence of a well-placed glass window in every single room allows for ample ventilation while also keeping those inside visually bonded with the fresh and green surroundings. In some rooms multiple giant glass windows have been employed to increase this connectivity. Large and flowing interiors seem even more spacious as one single tone of white has been used throughout.
At the entrance a wooden staircase with a unique design is the main focal point. The huge living room invites to a warm and cozy environment where huge floor-to-ceiling windows create a flawless transition between the and the. Folks from Belzberg Architects where right on spot to use to meet the client’s need for a
Interiors employ a theme in largely neutral tones and sleek and stylish furnishings further accentuate the contemporary style. White and grey are the colors largely used throughout the lower level which houses the lounge living space kitchen and a dining area.
Step into the living room below and you will easily notice how rich dark coffee brown wooden surfaces have been added to offer a visual contrast to the white walls. Unlike in case of most other contemporary houses the Wallace Ridge also incorporates furnishings in darker tones instead of going with the pale white and grey options.