Architect: Mesh Design Projects Location: Andrew Street, Northcote Date: 2017 Category: Alterations and Additions
A bright living room with a large TV, cusioned sofas, and a glass-topped center table.
The dining area, which includes a 6-seater oval table, pendant lighting, and folding glass doors that open up to the courtyard with an outdoor kitchen.
An open dining and eat-in kitchen layout with dark hardwood flooring.
A light and airy contemporary kitchen with high-end appliances includes a tile-topped island and dark paint cabinetry.
A bedroom has a lot of natural light thanks to the double pane glass windows, dark wood flooring, and a mix of gray, dark, and white paint.
A large bedroom with vaulted ceilings and dark wood floors, as well as an ensuite.
A children’s bedroom with arts and crafts decorations, a shutter window, dark wood flooring, and white walls and ceiling.
An ensuite bathroom with dark hardwood flooring, tile walls, and a glass window overlooking the courtyard.
The house’s back facade, complete with patio, kitchen, and a lawn with seating area.
This Californian bungalow in Northcote was in need of a make-over and more room to entertain and accommodate overseas guests.
The renovation consisted of retaining the 3 x existing bedrooms but increasing there size, adding a walk-in robe and Ensuite to the main bedroom and a generous open plan kitchen/living area to open up on a landscaped north facing backyard.
They also wanted to convert a tired looking shed in the rear yard to a self-contained bungalow that could be used as a BnB or visiting family members from overseas.