This classic, modern-looking home underwent a couple of changes so it could be spacious and functionable.
The designer at Whiz Concepts decided to do away with the original layout and reduced the kitchen's footprint to create a larger dining area with space large enough for ten people. The extra space was used to increase the size of the dining area, creating a space large enough for ten people.
The wall coverings were inspired by the a plush armchair upholstered in cowhide, hence a similar colour is found on the walls, fabric ceiling lamps, creating an atmosphere that is both cosy and masculine.
The interior walls were knocked down, allowing an enclosed bedroom to be created, so the rest of the space could go to building the library- the central feature. Here, wall-to-wall open shelving units made from medium-density fibreboard (MDF) provide for all the storage needs, from books to vintage radios and cameras.