Swing Chair With Stand Outdoor Modern Patio And Furniture
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Swing Chair Outdoor Modern Patio And Furniture
Seat swing chair with a heritage finish, the owner kept the internal finishes honest and pared-down like in the master bedroom suite; creating a casual and comfortable place to get away. The home is particularly sensitive to the site through both building materials and techniques. The planner selected locally-sourced timber and stone.
These components not only reflect the homes environment and exterior but will develop an interesting and beautifully weathered patina over time much like its exterior. The brief set the tone for the homes leafy courtyard, as well as architectural highlights. Both floor-to-ceiling glass panel doors rotate on compact axes, opening 90° to create a seamless transition between the old and the new, using both the original walls of the first house and the modern addition.
A comfortable relationship develops between the old part of the home and the new part, using both the original structure and the new addition. The considered tonal palette accentuates each side of the home. The key to creating a relaxed holiday feel and paired with off-shutter concrete surfaces. As a hardwearing and no-fuss base for sandy feet in the beachside retreat, designer selected hardened coloured cement screed as the floor
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