Positioned in Melbourne’s iconic beachside suburb of St Kilda, this double story Victorian terrace was restored to its former grandeur lately by Melanie Beyond Architecture and Style. “We aimed to supply our clientele with a purposeful household that honoured its 19th century bones although also drawing reference from the client’s passion for Parisian décor,” suggests Melanie Beynon of the gorgeous abode that features beautiful, luxe supplies and detailing but is simple enough for loved ones dwelling.
Upon passing by means of the home’s grand Victorian entry, the owners’ appreciate of blue is basic to see. A highlight space, the lavish entrance sitting room is painted in a lovely blue shade – it is the great complement to the room’s first marble fire and antique crystal chandelier. The space is fantastically furnished and accessorised with a combine of pieces from Gubi, Coco Republic, Kartell, Mondoluce and Residence of Orange.
The heart of the property, the rear of the floor flooring was reworked to include kitchen, dining and dwelling zones with new expansive metal-framed doorways and home windows opening to the back garden. “This communal room is refined in kind, operate and materiality to aid optimum family members residing. The kitchen is outfitted with customised tapware and large-finish devices to accent the carte blanche room,” claims Melanie.
A attribute Volker Haug pendant light hangs in excess of a large porcelain-clad island bench that is offset by delicate grey cabinetry – a independent bar region is the perfect location for entertaining company. New parquetry oak flooring and an built-in gas hearth adds heat and comfort and ease to the shared room.
Navy carpet qualified prospects from the entry up the remastered primary staircase – the master bedroom is a highlight upstairs. “The palatial learn suite bathroom is the element of the very first ground, boasting a roomy gentle-loaded quantity with high ceilings, restored fire, double shower and a double vainness accented with indigo blue joinery,” claims Melanie. Tailor made polished nickel tapware and brass detailing full the scene.
“This task proved to be a real collaboration in between our client’s individual aspirations, our architectural interpretation, and the builder’s realisation. Via this rounded method we think this monumental Victorian dwelling has arrived at its comprehensive living prospective and can sit very pleased amongst its heritage neighbours.”
Photography: Sharyn Cairns | Styling: Sandford Grey + Hilgar Design and style