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features several fashionable elements that make their home completely unique, and effortlessly chic.


The new, open-plan kitchen speaks for itself. Abundant in space and character, the cabinetry is painted in the kitchen colour of the moment – an opulent navy blue. With brushed steel handles and knobs, the room also has exposed shelving, creating a homely feel and displaying the couple’s best crockery and drinkware. Accessorising the room is a minimalist black round table, matching white wooden chairs and a floral table display. Perhaps the most innovative element of the room is the disc-shaped glazing in the ceiling, allowing natural light to flood in, not to mention the focal window seat looking out over the couple’s garden through a single, large fixed pane. Spotlights illuminate the room, coming in especially handy when the Mitchinsons cook and entertain. The front reception room is accessed by a small flight of stairs leading up from the kitchen. A small glass ceiling also joins the two rooms and innovatively brightens the back of the lounge, which might have otherwise been quite a dim area. Funky furniture, a copper lighting


fixture and a contrasting, inviting armchair ensure the lounge is as on-trend as it is comfortable. The additional bathroom, situated on the first floor, boasts dividers with a difference. “We now have beautiful internal timber detailing on the ceiling and first floor walls,” notes Angus, com- menting on the CLT panels that match the exterior of the building and adorn the inside walls of the room. The sink area is embellished with a vintage


storage cabinet, as well as contemporary copper lights above the mirror. The Mitchinsons show no signs of stopping here. “We’re hoping to start another project relatively soon (a loft extension), which we’re aiming to complete before the summer,” enthuses Angus. It seems they have the bug for renovation and who could blame them? Their home has gone from drab to fab, with more exciting additions and features to look forward to in future.


march/april 2018


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