The Rose Bay house is a fully realised example of design collaboration at it’s best. This custom, pre-fabricated home was architecturally designed by Pleysier Perkins and constructed by PreBuilt in their Melbourne factory before being transported by truck to it’s final resting place in the leafy Eastern beachside suburbs of Sydney. The Designory team worked closely with the clients to refine the specifications for all of the finishes and interiors throughout the expansive new home. With a brief for a “luxe coastal meets city” aesthetic, dark timber stains were mixed with white washed timbers, sandy natural stones and layers of tonal colour. Feature elements such as pendant and wall lighting were used to create areas of drama within the home, along with beautiful handle detail, wallpaper selections and sheer, textural window treatments. All of the selections had function at their core with family friendliness paramount – from hardwearing joinery finishes and tactile porcelain tiles through to comfort led seating choices. With stunning greenery and landscaped areas cleverly designed by the team at Secret Gardens, and custom artworks by the owners talented friends and family, it was the perfect background for beautiful and tactile decorating elements including rugs, furniture, soft furnishings and accessories.
Interiors : Larissa Raywood
Builder: PreBuilt Australia
Architecture: Pleskier Perkins
Photography: Tom Ferguson
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