We have observed in local homes lately that many love the country style and the industrial style. And why not! While one makes our homes look warm and inviting, the other gives it an edge that all the cool cafes have. To take it up a notch, this ID combines the two popular looks, and adds to the mix surprising little elements.


A decorative fireplace instantly makes the living room look cosier, while the brick-finished walls lend the space a "raw" feel.

Choices of furniture for the living area include a weathered Chesterfield-style sofa and a leather trunk used as a side table.

Taking advantage of the spacious balcony, the dining area is now alfresco and enjoys a view of the surrounding greenery.

Recycled wood from old fishing boats was salvaged and used in the carpentry of the storage cabinet near the entrance.

"Top hat" pendant lamps illuminate the corridor, and a barn-style sliding door leads into the kitchen.

Some fun elements of the home include a blackboard and cartoon figurine.

The master bedroom has a customised bed and headboard design using pale wood tones for that washed-out look.

The design of the bed headboard is integrated into the bay windows that came with the place.

Wall lanterns contribute to the rustic style of the space.

To make way for a spacious walk-in wardrobe, the second bedroom was sacrificed. Three different and unique vintage workshop lamps decorate and light up the space.


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