Accent pillows lighting and carefully selected décor pieces bring in bright color and lively pattern to an otherwise muted setting where aesthetics and function converge with urban refinement. The black and yellow metallic exterior of the Gardenhouse adds to this sleek suave image of a home where adversity was turned into opportunity!
The rear face of the house has a similar style and finish with the lower level kitchen and dining area extending into the large wooden deck outside. This becomes a hip and spacious family zone that is perfect for hosting friends and family over weekends and holidays.
It is this lower level that offers additional living spaces a home theater gym and other service zones while the top level contains the living area kitchen and dining room in one wing and the bedrooms in another. These two rectangular blocks are connected by a common roof that creates a lovely overhang for the walkways and outdoor sitting spaces around the house.
But the in Victoria designed by Schulberg Demkiw Architects finds that lovely balance between both elements perfectly as light wells and small garden features are used cleverly to usher in ample light even as a perforated timber screen keeps away prying eyes.
Mölle by the Sea relies on a captivating blend of steel timber and glass with its two floors above the ground level offering ample visual contrast. The top level clad in saw-finish Douglas planks seems to almost float above ground as the all-glass lower level living area blends into the backdrop effortlessly.
A stone wall in the living room acts as a charming accent addition that veers away from the coastal style of the home while understated décor and a muted color scheme create a smart alchemy between contemporary finesse and beach-inspired hues.
A fusion of styles an exquisite and eclectic collection of midcentury vintage antique and custom décor and artwork that adds to the overall ambiance of the interior; the is a dream bachelor pad with a truly unique look!