Residence in Australia shows unobstructed ocean views
Queenscliff is a beautiful small town in Victoria, Australia, which is known for its delicious seafood and unique architecture. Dressed in magnificent Australian hardwood and extensive interior design the luxurious Queenscliff is a beautiful building in this region of the Victorian-era residence. One of the distinctive properties of the House, immediately falling into the eye, is the wood furniture everywhere in the form of cladding, decking, wall decoration and Sun umbrella. That represents not only the continuous connection between the indoor and outdoor areas, but also gives the House a warm and welcoming effect.
Modern residence with interior design wood
This home shows designed by John Wardle Architects and designed a range of textures, which paint a lovely picture. A graded path invites you to the residence and leads to the high-altitude staircase that uncovers unabated views of the countryside. Privacy is one of the most important details of the design, which is part of the cladding. The Interior is laid out on two levels and includes the kitchen, the living room and the dining room.
The bedrooms are facing South and the ceiling-high glass windows offering unobstructed ocean views in the distance. The rear wall of the kitchen made of marble and a braided dividers give extra contrast by creating a spacious, modern, organic atmosphere in the residence.
Open plan – wonderful views of the countryside
Sunny days, natural light in the home
Delightful Ocean glances
Ceiling-to-ceiling Windows – seating area in the open air
Partition walls made of wood
Jacuzzi in the backyard
Willow handrails acts sustainably and warm
Daylight even in the hallway
Still more walls of willows
Architecture from the Victorian era
minimalist exterior and warm, inviting Interior