Warm and welcoming
The sub-tropical aesthetic and quality materials of the exterior flows inside as you step into the welcoming living area.
From the American oak staircase balustrading to the Forte engineered timber flooring, it’s immediately obvious that this home showcases quality and craftsmanship at every turn.
“One of the changes we made to the original Cambridge Ready to Build plan was to spread the floor plan over two levels,” says Stewart.
“This allows for the main suite and main living areas to take pride of place on the lower level, while two additional bedrooms, a bathroom, and a snug have the second level.”
The altered floorplan also maximises natural light and creates living spaces that can follow the sun – something no Balinese retreat should be without!
A colour palette of crisp white is warmed up with tones of pale timber and pops of fresh greenery throughout the home.
“White is a great choice for enhancing light and space, but by itself it can be quite cold, so adding in lots of natural timber features adds warmth and balance.”
Chilly winter nights are also well catered to, with a gas fire that quickly warms up the indoor space and creates a comfortable, cosy area to relax in.
A special feature in this space is a carpeted section that is inlaid into the floor and framed by the herringbone Forte flooring.