For those who haven’t experienced love at first sight, prepare to do just that with Easystart Homes’ Noir display.
Blanketed in style and radiating appeal inside and out, the Noir embraces the vogue colour schemes and tones of modern-day living.
A soulful and intimate atmosphere flows through the functional layout, while the use of lightly coloured floors, walls and ceilings, contrasted with stronger feature wall details, defines each of the living spaces.
Easystart Homes Sales Manager Ryan Underwood said the vision for this contemporary home was to create a stylish contrast between light and on-trend darker hued elements.
“Coming into 2018, darker hues are offering a fresh take on the traditional neutral colour palette,” Mr Underwood told New Homes.
“Externally, the neutral render, gutters and steel dual posts contrast with statement window frames, the front door and a tiled feature pier to create a striking point of difference.”
Internally, a complementary mix of wooden floors, high 31-course white ceilings and contrasting darker feature walls oozes charisma.
A painted brick feature wall integrated with an on-trend mix of steel and laminate shelving adds a real wow-factor to the kitchen.
Described by Mr Underwood as a true standout and an entertainer’s delight rarely seen at this price point, the kitchen continues to impress with its abundance of handy features.
These include a 3m-long uninterrupted work bench, a semi-hidden scullery and floor-to-ceiling laminated panelling to the oversized pantry, appliance cupboard and fridge recess.
Mr Underwood said the open-plan living zone to the rear of the home was ideal for bringing family and friends together.
“Sliding glass doors open out to the paved alfresco area for year-round entertaining,” he said.
“Rendered walls, feature lighting and contrast steel framework complete the stylish look.”
Recessed feature shelves to the living area allow for precious mementoes to be proudly displayed.
Three minor bedrooms reside away from the larger master suite, which boasts feature corner windows that allow the room to be blanketed in natural light, while an oversized walk-in robe and huge ensuite with 2m-long vanity are sure to entice and impress.
“Versatility is key to harmonious family living,” Mr Underwood said. “With this in mind, the home theatre is privately positioned at the front of the home and away from the open-plan entertaining zone. Flexibly designed, this space could be used as the children’s activity room.”
The Noir display is open for viewing on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2-5pm, Saturdays and Monday public holidays from 1-5pm and Sundays from 12-5pm.
Originally published in The West Australian Newspaper New Homes Guide on October 21st, 2017. To view the online version, click here.