An original federation home in Sydney’s Bondi Beach had a top to toe renovation including the addition of a second storey that brought light and bright beachside living to this heritage home.
The ensuite features a luxurious walk-in double shower with a full-length niche, tiled in a natural stone mosaic and herringbone marble floor. The vanity is bespoke with aged brass tapware and a statement vessel bowl creating a traditional look that is light and bright for modern family living.
The primary suite has a walk-in robe with feature storage for accessories including shoes and a window seat for extra storage. Warm white was chosen for all the joinery and wall panelling to keep the space light and airy.
The powder room has a small footprint but the use of a floating vanity and inwall cistern maximised the space. The feature wall tiled in a thassos mosaic creates interest and is reflected in the arch top mirror.
The main bathroom isn’t large which made it very challenging to include a full size bath. A cavity cistern helped maximise the space and the neatly dimensioned freestanding stone bath makes the room feel as spacious as possible in the small area.
All bedrooms feature custom made joinery that made the most of the available space in the narrow semi-detached home. Wall panelling suits the period of the house, but light colours keep the feeling open and spacious.
The inclusion of a beautiful home office off the media room makes the home appealing in the post pandemic world we live in. It’s bathed in natural light and floating desks and shelves keep the spacious feeling that the clients were looking for.