Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Take a tour of this 19th Century Victorian villa


Grand hallway

Using the hallway for displaying artwork creates an inviting atmosphere for guests, and the glass-fronted door lets light flood into the bright and airy space.


Living room seating

A colour scheme of neutral creams and bright reds create a great feeling of warmth in the living room. Having different shapes and styles of furniture helps to add a relaxed, laid-back feel.  Space is created with the addition of a decorative mirror letting light bounce around the room, as well as providing an over-fireplace feature.


Living room sash window

Heavy floral curtains frame beautiful sash windows in the living room- it's a simple way of adding pattern and vibrancy to a room.


Fresh dining room

A humorous chicken prin blind adds a sense of fun to the dining area, emulating the laid-back country style of the house.  The room is kept fresh with crisp floral tableware and simple table decorations.


Country kitchen

A two-tone colour scheme is created by choosing different shades for the wall and floor cabinets.  A simple tiled splashback keeps the style simple and classic, but small accents like this gold tap give the kitchen a contemporary twist.


Girls floral bedroom

An eclectic mix of patterns and colours creates a fun and friendly girl's bedroom.  Added details of bunting and trimmings give a more personal touch.


Girls bedroom seating area

An empty decorative frame adds a lovely touch to this pretty seating area, and really brings out the cute butterfly pattern wallpaper.


Patchwork bathroom

The blue from the original tiles was picked out to create a colour scheme for the bathroom and was continued in the accessories and patchwork blind.


Blue guest bedroom

The swallow print blind in this guest bedroom adds a quirky, nature-inspired element to this cool and relaxing colour scheme.

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