Interior design of wood in an open house in Australia
In contemporary interior design, it often comes down to shiny cupboards and polished, glittering surfaces. They are made even better by the wide use of glass. However, the relaxed and stylish residence in Richmond, Victoria, Australia seems to be heading in a different direction.
This is due to the orientation of the walls, the ceiling and the floor, which are clad in wood.
The open house was designed by Architects EAT. It is a great example of how wood can be widely used. At the same time, the interior design remains modern and trendy. The street facade of the house is restrained and simple. The beautiful living area welcomes you with its nice ambience immediately.
Modern interior made of wood
You can see different forms of wood distributed throughout the living space. The staircase that leads into the living room also makes the room visually appealing. A plush couch in the living area determines the outlines of the room. The beautiful modern kitchen in the background complements the look with its white cabinets, surface and kitchen island. The dark wooden back panel makes the appearance even more dramatic and the adjacent dining area is visually linked to the outside ambience. This is thanks to the sliding glass doors.
The use of mirrored shelves on the walls makes the living room seem bigger and wider.
The interior design is almost seamlessly connected to the outdoor area. In the house one enjoys thereby also natural ventilation. Furthermore, smart suspended luminaires were used to avoid the dark corners. Elegant and pure is the general appearance of the house. It depends in all aspects on the use of natural materials.
Hopefully you could enjoy the views and use some of these as inspirations for your own home design.
A stylish residence in Richmond, Victoria, Australia
Dressed in wood
Interior design - modern and trendy
Open House - a project by Architects EAT
Wood interior in a contemporary style
Various forms of wood throughout the living space
Modern wood kitchen
Interior and exterior are seamlessly connected
Open plan living and minimalist decor
Dining table with chairs in real wood
The plush couch in the living area determines the outlines of the room
The staircase makes the room visually appealing
Sliding glass doors