Contemporary Beachside Living
Merricks Beach, Dining Room
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This dedicated Dining space is kept light and casual with modern (mid century) white dining chairs and given warmth with the large natural timber table. Bringing the outdoors in was easy with the large glass doors to three walls, hints of green and the large white pots in one corner. No buffet keeps the space open and more minimalist.
Merricks Beach, Kitchen Island Bench
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The Butlers Pantry can be seen through the open kitchen door showing the clear glass window used as a splash-back continuing on into this room. Caesarstone was used for the deep waterfall island bench-top and textured driftwood timber laminate for the cupboards. A few iconic pieces of furniture and accessories and large format porcelain tiles to the floor.
Merricks Beach, Butler's Pantry
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The clear glass window used as splash=-back and continuing from the kitchen in tot the Butler's Pantry introduces so much light and makes the whole space feel larger and more open. The deep Caesarstone bench-top is seamless and having finger pulls instead of handles further emphasis the clean lines.
Merricks Beach, Laundry Room
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Laundry Room with glass splash-back and textured laminate cabinets. Finger pull doors replace handles for a clean and streamlined look. Large format porcelain tiles to the floor are a practical way to add warmth and character to an otherwise utilitarian space. A full wall of glass with a sliding door for easy access to outside brings plenty of natural light into the laundry.
Merricks Beach, bookshelf wallpaper
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This wall of wallpaper with images of a bookshelf adds instant personality to an otherwise plain study area. the oversized floor lamp is a modern item whilst the rattan chair give an impression of some age. timber accessories add a quirky vibe.