A historic Victorian row house in Melbourne with Nordic vibes.

Simplicity, wooden details and a soft pallete. That sums up the great renovation of Swedish-Australian Family Home in Melbourne. The renovation of this historic Victorian row house in Melbourne, was a collaboration between  Clare Cousins Architects and Fido Projects  and the result is quite impressive. Some details – like the ornate stained-glass window in the entrance, the original high baseboards and paneled doors – were preserved to add an old charm, while the white walls,  in combination with the white washed floors and the soft color palette create an airy, stylish interior.

However, the most unique feature in the house is the kitchen’s island. The concrete counter top above this wooden surface create a beautiful center piece and serves as a great inspiration! Don’t you think?


Photos: Lisbeth Grosmann

Pictures via Nordic Design.

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