After once more genius design and professional execution make a room problem vanish so that you’d question its existence. Only traces of the initially divided with walls property remain inside of the when once more gleaming authentic hard wood floors. Of which I absolutely enjoy the rhythm of the routinely spaced nails.
The now open strategy living, dining, kitchen is nearly totally swathed in white on most walls and all ceilings. The upholstered furnishings are draped in pearl as nicely as the glossy dining dome light.
Dividing the washed in day light open spot from the bedrooms is a jewel box with the two secret and forthright compartments. Capping the finish is a softly sheened in black open book case wall with a central doorway top to closets and bedrooms beyond. Two straightforward metal rods leap out from the wall and dangle bare bulbs to illuminate this library.
On the living side a compact kitchen of sleek white cabinets and counter nestles underneath a large window. The full length of the adjacent wall is covered in crisp tall slim flush doors concealing a lot needed storage. Open people nearest the kitchen to reveal a black cabinet and shelved china cabinet, coffee and cocktail bar.
Square black tiles with a light grey grout produce a tall and exciting back splash in this impressive covert compartment. Just near the doors when it is not in use. I’d leave them open since it’s just so wonderful!
Architect: Tribe Studio Architects
Photography: Murray Fredericks.