Melbourne is easily one of the finer places to stay indoors. It’s not because there’s nothing to do around town but with a cool residence like this to unwind in, who would want to leave?
Built on 244 square metres of land, the stunning home was penned by the good people at Workroom who took full advantage of the scope for a clean architectural landscape which balances external minimalism with a fine bit of pizzazz on the inside.
Grey is the main theme here with a reliance on varying textures and finishings to give the home the overall depth it deserves. This comes in the form of exposed concrete walls, suede couches, dark wood tables and dining chairs and no shortage of hanging lights littered throughout the space.
Heading upstairs will reveal a beautifully furnished walk-in wardrobe with floor to ceiling mirrors. What helps the home offset some of the tonal grey is the abundance of natural light flowing in via large floor to ceiling walls strategically placed across both levels of the home.
And then we step outside into a privately enclosed garden complete with sun deck and a luxurious swimming pool.
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