Fitzroy North HouseContemporary Hall, Melbourne
The original entry hallway has been restored to highlight the archway features. At the end of the hallway a new steel framed door with frosted glass glows from the light behind. The entire hallway is finished in new Venetian plaster finish that reflects light adding to the sense of mystery beyond the doorway.
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10. Arc de triomphe. Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: MMAD Architecture
A frosted-glass door at the end of the hallway hints at the contemporary updates within as well as bringing in extra light. Updated flooring and a new polished Venetian plaster finish reflects light and amplifies it through the hallway.The front hallway and bedrooms now feature timber floorboards reclaimed from an old pier in the Victorian holiday town of Barwon Heads. “The clients were going to reuse the original pine boards but they were in average condition,” Montgomery says. Floorboards: Historical Timber Floors
This hallway showcases the translucent beauty of Venetian plaster in its purest form – un-tinted and lightly polished. The soft, gleaming finish bounces light around the space. It’s elegant and luxurious, and perfectly highlights the home’s Victorian detailing.20 fabulous feature wall ideas