Stripping down and reconfiguring this apartment within a classic Sydney harbourfront building was a practice in minimalism for the home’s design conscious homeowners. The white on white pallette allowed the expansive harbour view speak volumes with the view sparkling in the kitchen’s mirrored splashback.
Removing walls for a open plan living space left the small kitchen feeling open, airy and effortless as the heart of the home and entertaining hub for the couple’s friends and family. The bespoke brass joinery detailing and greyed veneer shelving add pops of interest in the all-white oasis. The couple’s new walk in open closet sets both mornings and evenings off with a taste of luxury, come full circle with the main bedroom wing’s sophisticated ensuite.
The combination of bedonia stone floors, glacier white corian benchtops and custom finished tapware speak to the classic tastes of the lady of the home and her appreciation for the handmade with the bathroom’s two hand blown glass pendants. The home’s new laundry room needn’t be hidden away as it has a contemporary look with a monochrome palette of warm grey, white and black.