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Sydney architect Madeleine Blanchfield won the My Ideal House design competition run by Australian House and Garden and Mirvac with her plan for this home, which is comprised of two modules: a double-storey sleeping zone at the front and a single-level living area at the rear. Now that the home is complete, it's time to take the grand tour.

My Ideal House: Take the tour

Sydney architect Madeleine Blanchfield won the My Ideal House design competition run by Australian House and Garden and Mirvac with her plan for this home, which is comprised of two modules: a double-storey sleeping zone at the front and a single-level living area at the rear. Now that the home is complete, it's time to take the grand tour.

Nothing is more classic than a white shaker style kitchen! It is simple, elegant and depending on what materials and details you’ll use, it will never get out of style! By going with a bright color as white, it helps to let rooms appear bigger, brighter, cozy and more inviting than almost everything else. Let me show you 15 stunning white shaker kitchens and explain what makes them so amazing!

15 Stunning White Shaker Kitchen

Nothing is more classic than a white shaker style kitchen! It is simple, elegant and depending on what materials and details you’ll use, it will never get out of style! By going with a bright color as white, it helps to let rooms appear bigger, brighter, cozy and more inviting than almost everything else. Let me show you 15 stunning white shaker kitchens and explain what makes them so amazing!

Switchback House,Courtesy of Edmonds + Lee Architects

Gallery of Switchback House / Edmonds + Lee Architects - 15

Image 15 of 33 from gallery of Switchback House / Edmonds + Lee Architects. Courtesy of Edmonds + Lee Architects

My Ideal House: Take the tour

My Ideal House: Take the tour

Sydney architect Madeleine Blanchfield won the My Ideal House design competition run by Australian House and Garden and Mirvac with her plan for this home, which is comprised of two modules: a double-storey sleeping zone at the front and a single-level living area at the rear. Now that the home is complete, it's time to take the grand tour.

My Ideal House: Take the tour

My Ideal House: Take the tour

Sydney architect Madeleine Blanchfield won the My Ideal House design competition run by Australian House and Garden and Mirvac with her plan for this home, which is comprised of two modules: a double-storey sleeping zone at the front and a single-level living area at the rear. Now that the home is complete, it's time to take the grand tour.