This beautiful Victorian home has been extended with a contemporary 2 story extension to the rear, creating a large family home. The extension has been cleverly designed so that the modern clean lines are not visible to the street. The landscaping reflects the materials and design of the extension, while retaining the formality of the traditional home
Luxurious dressing room
This walk through dressing room is housed in the original part of the house, allowing high ceilings and abundant natural light. The floor to ceiling open wardrobe accommodates for all needs, including custom shoe and boot storage and pull down racks for access to seasonal clothing. The central , glass topped drawer unit houses special things that need to be displayed, and the lower unit provides seating for putting on shoes
The rich timber paneled wall wraps around the wall, creating the impression that the space is larger than it is. Simple white shelving provide open display space above a low, cantilevered drawer unit which floats above the floor. A separate storage room for children's toys makes this the perfect space for a growing family.
Luxurious indoor/outdoor living
This large 2 story addition at the rear of an existing Victorian traditional house provides the family with light filled contemporary living. The large kitchen/dining/living areas flow out onto open landscaped areas with views to the pool from all rooms. The flat roof link between old and new acts as a transition space, with access up the stairs to the bedrooms, and the to the new living hub.
Beautiful indoor/outdoor living
Seamless indoor and outdoor floor finishes create a real sense of 'no barriers'. Large glass stacker sliding doors open the kitchen/dining/living space out to the alfresco area. The outdoor dining area is defined by an open steel pergola strung with lights for summer meals. The landscaping and pool can be seen from every room in the new extension.
Galley kitchen open to living and landscaping/Pasco Design
A contemporary light filled space was built to the rear of this existing Victorian home. This galley style kitchen is warm and inviting, clean and crisp. A full walk in pantry/mud room behind the stairs provides all the extra storage you could possibly need.
Luxurious master ensuite
A light filled master ensuite - sun light is reflected into the space via the smoked mirror clad, floor to ceiling wall behind the freestanding bath. The bath is elevated on a stone platform and is softly backlit for night time relaxation. A rich timber frame around the vanity houses down lighting and side storage, with long drawer storage under.
This large, light filled space is delineated through the placement of furniture, creating a family living zone. Custom designed joinery houses the TV and media center, drawer storage under bench and open shelving above. Rich warm timbers contrast with cool stone flooring.
This compact, neat laundry has everything you need - laundry chute, linen storage, a hanging rail for drip drying or fresh ironing and a mirror splashback to reflect the light from the horizontal window
This traditional Victorian home opens into a vast contemporary oasis of open space and indoor/outdoor living. A hidden sliding glass door indicates the end of the old house. The steps down lead to the transition pace - a darker ceiling with modern art a contrast, welcoming a visitor to the light filled kitchen and family spaces.
Galley style kitchen
Rich timber frame anchors each end of this galley style kitchen. Each end houses Sub Zero/Wolfe appliances including integrated fridge/freezer. Island bench waterfall end is open for casual seating both sides