This fabulous Sydney Terrace House is a juxtaposition masterpiece between the old and the new. Of course, the heritage style is noted in the very structure of the home as well as the ceiling roses and cornices. However, the Interior Design is very much a modern and contemporary feel, perfect for this young professional family.

The true heart of the home, this divine room comes off the open-plan Lounge and Dining areas. We gutted the entire Kitchen and started from scratch. Flowing throughout this level is the glorious chevron porcelain patterned tiles with various tones of grey throughout making the perfect neutral based flooring to build upon.

The cabinets are a v-groove panelling cabinetry in a moody charcoal grey contrasting wonderfully with the white marble-look benchtops. This design utilises the v-groove panelling perfectly for enclosed storage and concealing all the integrated appliances; including the fridge, freezer, bins and Vintec wine fridge.

The feature highlight is the brass in the architectural style handles and tapware. Additionally, the cladding around the rangehood is in a brass finish. Hanging greenery is perched on some beautiful cantilevered shelving. A gorgeous timber veneer really brings lovely warmth to the space.

Most people would know that terraces are not known for plentiful backyard space, so our clients’ pets needed to be accounted for too. Birdblack Design considered specific storage for both the dog and the cat in terms of pet food, water as well as their toys, blankets and other belongings. Birdblack Design really does it all! Everything is brilliantly hidden away in the Kitchen so you would never even know it is there.

We also specified plenty of task lighting and LED strips to add more lighting, as terraces tend to be on the darker side. The view from the Dining Room into the Kitchen, past the Laundry straight to the backyard is enhanced by our beautiful custom (design and made) glass doors with a contemporary metal crossbar design allows the view to be seen… as well as allowing natural light to flood through!

Interior Design: Birdblack Design
Building: Savvy Group Constructions
Photography: Samantha Mackie

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