Bold contrast and design flair are balanced by spacious rooms, bedrooms included, and an ergonomic flow in this stand-out G.J Gardner showhome 

This G.J Gardner showhome is all about good looks and great lifestyle.

The home has a strong street presence with a two-tone facade of solid Midland Bricks, in Euro Largo Mora, and James Hardie Linea weatherboard, in Resene Quarter Friar Grey.

The gabled roof forms are in Gerard Stratos textured tile, in colour Midnight.

The sheltering H-shaped footprint allows for a dramatic approach to the front door.

From the entry hall you turn left for the public spaces – which continue the entire length of the home. 

The run of spaces starts with the front living room and flows back to the designer kitchen, then dining and a private roofed al fresco space at the rear.

The gas fire in the living room is set below a contemporary concrete mantelpiece – just one bold design touch of many seen through the showhome.

Kitchen is king in modern home design and this entertainer's kitchen, at the centre of the living spaces, is a showstopper.

The island is expansive, with attractive waterfall ends, and provides for generous breakfast seating.

A crisp herringbone splashback and the latest Fisher & Paykel appliances complete the picture.

Beyond the kitchen, the dining area is bathed in natural light courtesy of what is essentially a wall of glass at the rear of the home.

From here, large framed sliders open up the rear of the home to the roofed al fresco room.

The roof and outdoor gas fire make this private outdoor room habitable in winter as well as summer.

The showhome is as much a family home as it is an entertainer's dream with the right hand side of the floorplan devoted to three large, light-filled, and carpeted bedrooms and a roomy main bathroom.

The private master suite is at the rear and opens onto the patio that continues across from the al fresco living space – relaxed living and privacy are built into this intuitive layout.

This parental domain has a spacious ensuite and equally roomy WIR.

The main bathroom continues the sense of design flair that runs through the interior. 

Shower stall, bath surround and floor are all in a large-format stone look tile.

The toilet is separate again – an absolute must for a busy family come the morning work/school rush.

Above all else, this well organised home has a vibe that is best explained by saying that, when you are out, turning towards home is always a pleasure.

If you're looking for a family-meets-entertainer home that offers character and spacious living then find out more about this Marsden Cove family showhome here and other showhomes on the G.J. Gardner website here.

Story by: Trendsideas

12 May, 2024

Home kitchen bathroom commercial design

We know the Specialists

Related Book

TRENDS MINI COVER home builders -

Start your new home build or renovation project with confidence by choosing the right home builder for you and your fami...

Read More

Similar Stories