Sandringham House

Posted on Mon, 25 Aug 2014 by midcenturyjo

An unassuming weatherboard house out front with a stylish surprise out back. Colour, fun, energy. A new life for an old home. Techn├ę Architecture + Interior Design with Doherty Design Studio.

Jon Davies says:

A nice look. We are starting to see weatherboarding more and more in the UK as it is a good way of cladding an energy efficient building. At the moment this has tended to be a natural timber look rather than painted but it can only be a matter of time.

Lauren says:

This home is beautifully balanced. Do you know if this is in Venice, CA? Sure looks like it!

Ombia says:

Amazing home. Is it an australian one? They usally have this specific window design.
Patio is so beautiful. And interior also, beuatiful furniture, lots of day light.
What does weatherboarding mean?

Belinda says:

Hi I love the white hexagonal tiles in the bathroom. I have been trying to find them with no luck. Are you able to tell me where they are from?
Kind Regards,
Belinda

Ame says:

HI there,
I would also like to know where I can source the large hex tiles from
LOVE THEM!
ame

Envy says:

What a gorgeous home. Where did you buy your round timber bathroom mirrors please, a Melb supplier?
Thank you.

Melissa says:

Love the bathroom vanity. Where is it from?
Stunning spaces all around.
Thanks

Francesc says:

Hi-
I love the home. I am also interested in a few items mentioned above. Could you please tell me where I could aquire a few of the bath items pictured?

I'm interested in 1. the big white hex tiles, 2. the wood framed circle mirrors and 3. the blue framed mirror.
Thank you!
Francesca

KiM says:

Sorry folks but we do not know the sources of the products in these photos.

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