Country Style: 19th-century stone homestead at Mylor in South Australia

Stone Cottage

What a great country-style kitchen, so gorgeous. This century stone home in Mylor, South Australia has been restored into a beautiful family home . photos by mark roper styled by indianna foord for country style australia

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all white with little bits of color. love the clean look of this room. *my bed on right of window

This villa underwent an initial cosmetic facelift followed by a comprehensive renovation and the results are stunning When Melinda and Simon Morley bought their circa 1905 Federation (an architecture style popular in Australia from 1890-1915) villa it was essentially in original condition: vintage appliances, tired vinyl flooring, seriously patchy paintwork and open fireplaces the only …

The base of this hedge looks lush and green with the grasses - also like the stepping stones idea for your front garden.

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The front facade of this Victorian cottage in Melbourne is undeniably cute and features a wooden bench for the owners to enjoy the deck whenever the mood strikes. [Take a tour of this modern-classic renovation](|target="_blank"). Photo: Maree Homer / *homes+*

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There& much more to this Victorian cottage than meets the eye. Take a look inside to see how owners& Rachel and Marty brought their perfectly located property into the modern age.

Victorian style home, Williamstown, Victoria, Australia

This image shows a very typical Victorian style home. the verandah and centred door with a small front yard were a few common features in this era. Victorian style home, Williamstown, Victoria, Australia

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In the gallery, lanterns from Carlos de la Puente Antiques hover above a Italian table; the large canvas is by Simon Hantaï.