Offering a modern Hamptons-style exterior and interior, this home was built for a professional Queensland couple who recently welcomed their first child.
“The couple chose our Wildflower design because they loved the separate children’s zone which proved especially useful when they had to work from home due to COVID-19. They could just close off that part of the home at the end of the day and enjoy the separation between work and everyday life,” says Aletha Walters, Director, Stroud Homes Wide Bay.
“This flexibility is one of the reasons why the Wildflower is our most popular design to date. An older couple, for example, can use this separate zone for visiting adult children or perhaps grandchildren while young professionals might like to use it as a breakaway study, home office or studio gaming area separate from the main part of the home. It suits all needs.”
For the kitchen, Stroud Homes customised the floor plan to provide the perfect butler’s pantry space. “The family wanted the kitchen to be the hub of the home and this addition has been much used and appreciated by the family,” says Aletha.
The clients also chose to bring in some Hamptons style to the kitchen, which can be seen in the 2-pack panelling, pendant lights above the island bench and the colour scheme which works beautifully with the timber-look vinyl flooring. “Throughout the home, the interior design is in keeping with Hamptons trends, which includes the fixtures and fittings which were high quality yet not uber expensive,” says Aletha.
“This home is small yet packs a punch. It has everything the clients requested yet is one of the most affordable designs we offer. It’s a standout in every way!”
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