Sunroom Design Photos
The Barefoot Bay Cottage is the first-holiday house to be designed and built for boutique accommodation business, Barefoot Escapes (www.barefootescapes.com.au). Working with many of The Designory’s favourite brands, it has been designed with an overriding luxe Australian coastal style synonymous with Sydney based team. The newly renovated three bedroom cottage is a north facing home which has been designed to capture the sun and the cooling summer breeze. Inside, the home is light-filled, open plan and imbues instant calm with a luxe palette of coastal and hinterland tones. The contemporary styling includes layering of earthy, tribal and natural textures throughout providing a sense of cohesiveness and instant tranquillity allowing guests to prioritise rest and rejuvenation. Images captured by Lauren Hernandez
Photo by Cathy Schusler
Adriano Pupilli Architects
Entertainment Area comprising louvered bi-fold doors that completely open the space. Connecting the existing living to the new alfresco area.
Sapphire Living Interiors
A sleep out in a Queenslander cottage transformed into a sunny playroom for kids and study. Property Styling
New Zealand Certified Builders Association
A lovely, clean finish, complemented by some great features. Kauri wall using sarking from an old villa in Parnell.
David Reid Homes
A large gable window demands attention in the open-plan living area, drawing the eye to the high raking ceilings. The interior is flooded with natural light. Polished concrete floors luxuriate in solar gain, lending a hand in heating this warm and comfortable home. A random-width timber feature wall with fireplace delivers warmth and texture. It cunningly incorporates access to a hidden lounge. Large double-glazed sliding doors open up to a covered al fresco courtyard perfect for year round entertaining. Large glass doors open up to extend the entire area.
Lucy Interior Design
All furnishings are available through Lucy Interior Design. www.lucyinteriordesign.com - 612.339.2225 Interior Designer: Lucy Interior Design Photographer: Andrea Rugg
Tom Holdsworth Photography Our clients wanted to create a room that would bring them closer to the outdoors; a room filled with natural lighting; and a venue to spotlight a modern fireplace. Early in the design process, our clients wanted to replace their existing, outdated, and rundown screen porch, but instead decided to build an all-season sun room. The space was intended as a quiet place to read, relax, and enjoy the view. The sunroom addition extends from the existing house and is nestled into its heavily wooded surroundings. The roof of the new structure reaches toward the sky, enabling additional light and views. The floor-to-ceiling magnum double-hung windows with transoms, occupy the rear and side-walls. The original brick, on the fourth wall remains exposed; and provides a perfect complement to the French doors that open to the dining room and create an optimum configuration for cross-ventilation. To continue the design philosophy for this addition place seamlessly merged natural finishes from the interior to the exterior. The Brazilian black slate, on the sunroom floor, extends to the outdoor terrace; and the stained tongue and groove, installed on the ceiling, continues through to the exterior soffit. The room's main attraction is the suspended metal fireplace; an authentic wood-burning heat source. Its shape is a modern orb with a commanding presence. Positioned at the center of the room, toward the rear, the orb adds to the majestic interior-exterior experience. This is the client's third project with place architecture: design. Each endeavor has been a wonderful collaboration to successfully bring this 1960s ranch-house into twenty-first century living.
Folding doors and windows offer the unique ability to open an entire wall for indoor/outdoor living while maintaining a more traditional steel door appearance. #JadaSteelWindows
This porch features stunning views of the lake and running trails. The furniture in the space is a mix of old and new, and designer furniture and custom made furniture. We used navy blue flooring material on the ceiling to add interest, color and texture. A new Waverton Cambria top sits on an antique Weiman lacquer table base. Mark Ehlen Photography.