Coach house chic. A historic structure given a contemporary lease of life.
A bright, peaceful retreat that blends the old and new to comforting effect.
Rustic, latticed-glazed wooden doors lend a bucolic undertone to this three-bedroom home, while clean-lines and white walls nod to its modern incarnation at a photography studio site. Contemporary furnishings and design relics that draw on the history of its location and have been thoughtfully blended under the watchful eye of interior designer Tala Fustok to create a functional, welcoming space.
A black Häcker kitchen commands attention in the open-plan living room, where a generous island that doubles as a breakfast bar calls for leisurely weekend brunches over broadsheet papers. Contrasting wooden and Chroma flooring is used to subtly separate the eating and lounging zones, adding a seamless flow to the space. Delegate the evening’s menu from the comfort of the sink-into sofa in the cosy seating area or curl up for a night in front of the box.
The understated aesthetic continues in the bedrooms – one complete with sleek en-suite shower room on the ground floor – and two more upstairs. Bright white walls provide a canvas for playful prints and white drapes softly diffuse the light from the floor-to-ceiling doors in the master, which can be flung open onto the terrace outside. The bathroom is similarly kitted out for relaxation, thanks to the soothing Solus tiles and a skylight that lets sunshine flood in over the bath with shower.
Lap up all that the independent treasure trove of Queen’s Park has to offer, including its 30-acres of glorious green space.
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