An Open-plan Bungalow Revamp Designed to Let the Light In

Transforming an old house into a cool home can be challenging.  Do you wonder how to make a classic scheme look trendy by using color, texture, and materials in unexpected ways?

Subtle curves have been repeated throughout the home to echo the design hallmarks of the 1920s and to balance contemporary squared-off lines. A mix of materials has been layered to create a luxurious look – without the high-end price tag.
In the living room are an open fireplace, a curved marble hearth, and a timber floor with a brass inlay that perfectly answers the brief for a cozy yet modern space for family gatherings.

A beautiful yet functional kitchen that linked the open-plan spaces together, where they could welcome family and friends into their home. The kitchen is striking and moody. It has blackened timber veneer, charred timber, marble, and brass details were selected for their boldness and their simplicity, but the standout feature is the soft curve of the charred timber battens.

The bathroom is light and spacious with a shower and toilet that can be closed off.



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