Style teamed up with function
- Published on 31 October 2012
The four-bedroom, two- bathroom Brunswick has a commanding street presence, with a blend of stone and render in neutral grey tones with dark trim and an optional front planter box.
“The Brunswick has been designed with a distinct separation of living areas,” he said. “The minor bedrooms are grouped together, along with the web zone and home theatre, in order to keep the children’s activities in one location.
“The main suite is at the rear of the home, offering parents a retreat from the activity in the front and the living areas are incorporated into one big interactive space.”
The Brunswick has broad appeal and a stylish and modern approach to design. An expansive foyer with 33-course ceilings leads to the home theatre just inside the entry.
A web zone to the right provides a work or play area for children. The three children’s bedrooms, each of which has a sliding-door built-in robe, are also in this wing.
The adjacent bathroom has engineered stone benchtops, china basins and a separate toilet. The main bedroom suite is at the back of the home and has its own sliding glass door to the backyard.
There is a walk-in robe with full shelving and an ensuite with semi-recessed basins and a double shower. The open-plan living and alfresco areas have raked ceilings and natural light floods indoors through glass sliding doors.
An island bench breakfast bar separates the kitchen, which has plenty of storage and preparation space. This includes a big walk-in pantry at one end and a scullery with sink that ensures clutter is kept out of sight. The laundry is behind the kitchen.
Source: The West Australian New Homes
Publication Date: 13/10/2012
Page Number: 44
Byline: Cathy Watts
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