Victorian House With A Double-Height Extension To Retain The Character Of The Period
You might hard to find a house with a traditional style nowadays in an urban area. However, you still can find it in a suburb or rural area. Here we have a house that builds in the Victorian style but with modern touches. The owner adds a double-height extension to have more spacious spaces. Scroll down and find more pictures below!
With a bold blue door among white colors, the facade of the house tells us more about welcoming home design. We can see there are vertical timber battens that feature from the upper part of this house. The porch looks warm with wooden flooring.
Now we talk about the backyard that large with green grasses. The house applies brick walls and glasses to attain a more modern look. Look at the vertical timber that adds a natural look but sophisticated. The interior attains more natural light as well.
Stepping inside, we will see a living room with shades of white sofas and a light wooden floor. There is an open shelving unit to put on a potted green plant, crystal, and other kinds of stuff. The TV is mounted on the wall over a long shelf. It has a wooden over the TV.
Since this room is designed in an open floor layout, the kitchen and the dining space also share the same space. Look at the dining seating with a round wooden table and four black chairs that will fit for a young family.
Here is a closer look at the kitchen which designed in modern style with white cabinet and black shadow lines. With a white countertop, this cooking space looks tidy and sleek. It looks brighter with a skylight. The island has done with wooden cabinet and black stools.
There is a stair to go up to the bedroom area. Before the stair, this space has a spacious bay window that used as a reading nook where the kid can read the book. Amazingly, the shelf that we told before still continues to this area too.
Then, this is the bathroom that finished well with minimalist and modern look. It has a white bathtub to take a bath. However, the owner also pleased to wash his or her body in the shower room that enclosed with a glass door.
It can be called as the powder room with two vessel sinks. The cabinet over it functioned to save bathroom essentials, soap, and more. There is no mirror here, but a glass window is enough to attain natural light.