A big, bold extension by Damien Rogers Architecture set the stage but it was the interiors by Resident Avenue that brought the drama into the way the owners used the space. “We meticulously curated an interior which layered naturally-aged materials, encapsulating the home’s timeless style, with colourful, textured accessories for impact and as a reflection of our clients’ lifestyle.”
A Victorian era terrace house in Sydney dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century? I don’t think so. No drama, no tears, no worries. Just a clever renovation of a tired old home into a sophisticated, monochromatic, modern home that maximises space and style. Think luxe and minimal, light and bright. By The Terrace Designer Jill Dinkel.
Another take on traditional meets modern in this elegant home designed by Carmiña Roth. With a backdrop of white, the antiques and artwork really pop and make the wonderfully eclectic spaces uplifting.
Many of the elements in this Watch Hill, Rhose Island beach house of designer Carmiña Roth are a nod to the traditional architecture of the home, but love how she pulled together some more contemporary elements to keep things fresh and relaxed. The result is timeless and comfortable, perfect for a family.
Photos: Read McKendree
Contemporary luxe meets grand old home. From elegant entrance foyer to stunning outdoor entertainment areas and every room in between this house is a masterful marriage of high style and the high life. Victoria Road by Sydney-based Infinite Design Studio.