And now we, along with the readers of our amazing forum, will travel to the little-known island of Stradbrook, which is located in Queensland, Australia.
This cozy extraordinary construction was created by leading interior designers of Australian company Mulumba.
The basic concept of the project was eclectic, as you can see in each picture. Initially austere and ascetic house resulted in a spacious and cheerful design, bright accents of color scattered throughout the perimeter, which makes living in such a home a joyful and active.
The building consists of a series of pavilions around the east end of the courtyard, each with its own specific function and personal character. All of the original interior design, both inside and out, is intentionally constructed in a playful way. Such a variety of color accents were deliberately placed throughout the interior, providing new inspiration for modern eclectic ideas.
Of course, the classic techniques so familiar to all – beautifully sanded wood in warm tones, lots of glass, light and smooth plastering on the walls, are still the basis. The exterior facades are finished with snow-white siding, which immediately added this home to the plastic lover's piggy bank. Beautifully designed shutters make the rooms look safe and secure. The solidity of the woodwork, the panels on the walls, the wide window frames and cornices all look austere and prim. And here, like a flock of kids that burst into the harsh room, all sorts of bright cushions and nice little things refresh and give juiciness to the interior. Who wouldn't want to live in such a funky home??