Open plan living areaContemporary Living Room, Brisbane

Large open plan living area with loads of natural northern light and breeze.

www.laramasselos.com

Design ideas for a contemporary living room in Brisbane with white walls. —  Houzz
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cthiel wrote:11December,2015
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    Skyring Architects
    5 years ago

    It was purchased from Noosa Eclectic Style, Noosa - but that was a few years ago.

Penny wrote:27October,2014
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    Skyring Architects
    6 years ago
    its Ironbark - a native Australian hardwood.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

georgia4321
Georgia Madden added this to What Do I... Need to Know Before Knocking Down Walls in My Home?22 January 2019

What can I achieve by knocking down walls in my home?Knocking down walls will create a more open floor plan and improve the flow of your home. It will make the space feel larger and allow people to remain connected when they’re in different parts of the home. The person cooking in the kitchen, for example, will be able to see the kids playing in the living room or doing their homework at the dining table.

vanessalwalker
Vanessa Walker added this to Best of the Week: 32 Open-Plan Decorating Schemes Done Right3 December 2018

18. Location: Brisbane, Queensland Designer: Skyring ArchitectsFeatures: Separate spaces for socialising and watching TV.

vanessalwalker
Vanessa Walker added this to Roof Plumbing: Your Essential – and Simplified – Guide3 July 2017

Ceiling mould Often the first symptoms of excess dampness are water marks and/or paint bubbles on the ceiling. Left untreated it can lead to mould, which often sets off allergies or may even be toxic. You should be able to see watermarks and/or mould on a light-coloured ceiling; if there’s a mouldy smell but you can’t see any stains, it may be on the other side of the ceiling or walls.

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mcrae + lynch interior design added this to 6 Steps to Find Your True Home Personality28 June 2014

There are a few steps to follow in order to find your home personality, but it is an easy process that will bring great results. A little time spent fine-tuning your style before embarking on any renovation or decorating projects can save a lot of heartache and wasted money in the long run.

jennycdrew
Jenny Drew added this to Forget Resale Value: Try These Tricks to Tailor Your Home to Suit You6 May 2014

1. Do the ultimate reno no-no: remove a bedroomCould removing a bedroom open up your living space in a way that makes more sense for your household? If so, think about what’s stopping you. There are so many homes out there with dinky little rooms tacked on to the first-floor plan just for the sake of having an extra bedroom on paper – buck the trend and knock down that wall, then bask in the extra space and light.

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Joanna Tovia added this to Eco-Enhancing Additions for Every Budget5 May 2014

Find the sweet spotThis fabulous home has been designed to take advantage of light and the sun’s natural warmth. There are numerous areas in this home to dine, read or relax, no matter what the weather’s doing.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

vljacobs
vljacobs added this to Sweden, Djuro14 March 2021

The ceiling will be pitched with cross beams. Should it be painted white? Left in natural wood?

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