I designed this house around a family of 4, with a teenager and a young child [ along with the parents of course! ] This space is functional but stylish, enjoy!
Cover & Introduction
This is the walk in wardrobe which is located just off of the master bedroom, it's a definite luxury.
This picture shows the fabulous double doors framing the wardrobe [closet] making the room seem larger and fills it with more natural light.
This is a smaller cosier room, meant for more intimate family moments with a fantastic view.
This is an amazing view onto the balcony from the living room.
This is the office space located in the room for homework and studying.
Can't you just imagine a 15 year old lying on this bed scrolling through tik tok after school? Well I can, and I just adore this bed.
This is the formal dining area in the kitchen-diner, for family dinners and gatherings.
This is a view of the kitchen-diner from the outdoor eating area on the balcony.
This is the view of the fire pit area, perfect for creating family memories, you can also see the living rooms double french doors.
This is the area in the room for all the toys, although you can't see it in this image there is more storage to the right of this picture for tucking away toys and mess.
Isn't this just the most adorable kids bed, I can just picture a 6 year loving this bed.
This is the hallway the splash of green that you can see beside the window is the front door. Also located in the hall is a seating area and storage.
This is a space for hanging up coats and putting them out of the way of your living room, kitchen-diner and balcony.
This a zoomed in view of the kitchen area from the hall.
This picture shows the sideboard for dumping your keys and general nick nacks down. It also shows a some of the kitchen.
I simply adore this bed, doesn't it just look so comfy!
This is the main bathroom, the reason that there are two sinks is so that both of the children can have their own storage. This bathroom has a large toilet, a luxury bathtub and a fabulous feature wall of turquoise tile which compliments the yellow of the vanities.
This is the master bathroom it's a bit more neutral than the pop of colours in the main bathroom, although it still has a dual vanity, a larger than average shower and a bathtub for soaking up all of the days problems.
This is the view of the muted olive tiled wall, the bath and the toilet.