This mid century in Queensland Australia is a recent renovation by longstanding Brisbane firm Robin Spencer Architects. Beautiful original stone walls, joinery, interior planters and that gobsmaking copper flued fireplace all gussied up and taking center stage, as they rightly should. Let’s take a look!
The living room is done with a sitting zone by the wall, there two lemon yellow chairs and a matching artwork behind. The other wall features a fireplace clad with stone and a sideboard and a comfy lounge chair with a footrest. There’s a large sofa and the space is made cozier with a couple of mid-century rugs that match in color. There’s an entrance to the outside deck here, and glazed doors make the space filled with light.
The kitchen features white cabinets and a large dark kitchen island with a white top. The dining room shows off a stylish table, comfy chairs with green upholstery a wall clad with stone and a planter built into the floor, with lots of succulents. The secret of this house is that many furnishings are authentic, mid-century ones, which creates a unique mood and ambience.
Outdoors you may see a plunge pool and a sitting space with two comfy chaise lounges. There’s also a pond with some plants and water blooms. The house doesn’t feature oversized windows to keep the spaces private and hidden. Get inspired by the beauty of mid-century modern style!