Late last year I was lucky enough to be invited to Inside Out magazine’s ‘Open for Inspection’ open house. The newly renovated home is located in Sydney’s northern beaches and it is a beaut! Though all white everything is not usually my thing, I could totally appreciate the vibrance added by a fresh lick of paint from floor to ceiling. Speaking of the ceiling, the exposed wood beams were hands down my favourite aspect of the design, adding an additional layer of airiness to the space. You can’t see the view from these images, but rest assured, it was spectacular. The home was built in a perfect symmetry internally and with the landscape; it was almost as if when you looked out on the balcony you didn’t know where the house ended and the outdoors began. Something I found intriguing with the details as well, were the lights in this main room that all faced upwards, so as to reflect off the white ceiling and not be beaming down too brightly…something that irks me on the daily in my own little apartment. This is one thing I would definitely consider if I were to own and do a little renovating myself one day.
The bedrooms were crisp, white, cosy perfection decked out in lush Sheridan linens throughout – yes, please!. I wouldn’t mind waking up here 😉
The master ensuite had some lovely, streamlined situations as well, such as the gorgeous grey marble and the *almost* clawfoot tub. Yummm. You can see there was no shortage of natural light with gorgeous, large windows in every room of the house.
Thank you for having me team Inside Out!