Norman Park Project 3 - Rear and Pool

House and Office Renovation Norman Park Project 3

Traditional Renovation with a Modern Twist for Norman Park Family Home

Our clients wanted to update the Queenslander home and shopfront office, giving a more modern feel and flow.

We undertook a complete renovation of the home, reconfiguring both the upper and lower levels, creating open plan living throughout, and capturing the entertaining aspects available to both floors achieving full unencumbered city views.

The upper level deck overlooks the pool whilst the lower floor living flows to a patio area out to the pool.  The lower floor bathroom and kitchenette allow for easy service of staff and clients at the office, and for guests and homeowners using the outdoor entertaining area.

Internally we polished both the existing and new slabs and extended this finish to the new external areas including the patio, pathways, stairs and front entry for a sleek and modern look. This is a striking look that offers durability as well as ease of cleaning. The upper floor was finished with beautiful NSW Spotted Gum which gives a sense of warmth and complements the colour palette used on the walls and cabinetry.

We have successfully blended a modern feel in this traditional style home, changing the old timber windows and doors and adding aluminium windows and doors to keep clean lines, cabinetry is beautifully designed with functionality in mind for a large family that enjoys entertaining.  The blend of different textures and colours create interest and beauty throughout.  

The bathrooms all have floor to ceiling tiling with floating vanities, the shaving cabinets provide additional storage, and the luxuriously  oversized bath is there for complete relaxation.  

What more could you want from this wonderful family home and office?  the results speak for themselves, it is simply a gorgeous home.

16 Lloyd St, Camp Hill, QLD 4152
ABN and Builders Licence

ABN: 94 115 015 220 
QBCC Lic No.1080019

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