Designer duo Heather and Sarah of Oak and Orange have unveiled their latest project, the Coastal Farmhouse.
It combines a modern coastal palette with traditional farmhouse design elements for the ultimate family paradise.
Set on an 890 square meter plot of land in a quiet rural suburb on the outskirts of Sydney, the smart floor plan will suit modern families with a large open plan living room highlighted by a swimming pool and stunning dining pavilion. outside.
Accustomed to a large construction project, Heather and Sarah, along with their builder husbands, have built more than 20 homes over the past decade.
The Coastal Farm is an original oak and orange design, built on a new block, combining the simplicity of country living with the raw beauty of the coast.
You are presented with an impressive entrance with a small series of steps leading up to a cozy veranda, which instantly creates a warm farmhouse appeal.
Co-founder Heather, whose style can best be described as light, earthy and organic, says, “We love to design beautiful and comfortable homes for families.
“That’s why it’s important to consider low-maintenance design to create a family sanctuary for day-to-day living, not just as a centerpiece of a magazine,” says Heather.
Throughout the house, oak and orange have adopted soft, neutral tones with hints of green.
The palette reflects the natural environment of the local bush. The spacious home combines crisp white cabinetry and sage with gold and wood accents.
“We like to take inspiration from the surroundings, this house is located on the outskirts of Sydney in a semi-rural setting.
“Since this is a new build, we were adamant we wanted to add elements that make it more comfortable and warm,” Sarah explains.
At the heart of this design plan is the open kitchen – modern yet comfortable and casual – it exhibits old-world rustic charm with clean new lines.
This is achieved through the team’s use of their signature sage green with accents of white and fresh wood combined with low-maintenance yet high-quality Westinghouse appliances.
The kitchen island allows family and guests to come together in what truly is an artists’ paradise.
It includes necessities like a freestanding dishwasher and built-in double bins.
The Butler’s Panty is large enough to accommodate a family-favorite 609-liter French-door refrigerator and has plenty of shelves for all kinds of appliances, spices, containers, pots, pans and items recipe.
Folding doors behind the island open to reveal a stunning wine storage station with wine fridge and glass shelves.
There is also the integrated multifunction pyrolytic duo oven framed by almost floor-to-ceiling cabinets for even more storage.
“We love the button-touch self-cleaning oven feature and chose matte dark stainless steel finishes rather than shiny because they are easier to clean and fit in perfectly with our vision of the kitchen.” , explains Sarah.
“This is not a dream home unless it is low maintenance and easy to clean, which gives you more time to spend with your loved ones.”
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