A formerly eccentric home is now a contemporary abode with timeless features
7 November 2013
When the owners of this bungalow at MacPherson bought their home, they knew in a hearbeat that they would want to renovate the house completely. The four-bedroom bungalow initially belonged to an architect with a unique taste, which explains the home’s eclectic design. Retro mosaic tiles were used on the living room and bedroom walls, while wallpaper from a similar era dressed many walls. Despite its unique, it did not suit the current homeowners’ taste.
The Orange Cube had to gut out the entire interior to achieve a bright and airy look. Walls were taken down, lines were kept clean and trim, and spaces were adjusted to suit the homeowners’ needs. One example is the original wrought iron spiral staircase. It has been reworked as a contemporary steel version that is easier on the eyes.
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