In this video, part 2 of 3, one can see the development of very artistic features brought to this home.
Deborah envisioned details and with careful collaboration with other professionals, the vision was brought to life. The opening scene invites us through the front door directly to the entertainment space on the patio where a mural of African Art is in progress. Unfinished, it already speaks of something very unique and beautiful. Can you imagine the completed product here? White shutters accentuate the bright light in the home, giving us a glimpse of the planned “fresh” interior coming this way! The very impressive marble tile taking us up the staircase and onto the first floor leaves one with a feeling that nothing can prepare us for the big reveal! This is a typical ongoing project. It starts out with the desire to have more. There are endless possibilities when it comes to the partnership with an experienced Interior Designer. Deborah created this space around the “less is more” concept. The high-end finishes and designer products used to design, develop and decorate the space makes it a piece of art on its own. Make sure you watch Part 3 in this series to see how the project unfolds. Follow the link to view the video.
The home office is yet another underrated space in the modern South African home. Since access to internet allows us to work more remotely (from home) the home office deserves a little more attention. In this instance the space is furnished in a way that allows for office work as well as meetings to take place in a styled environment. All office equipment is stored in a cabinet thus no clutter to distract from the beauty of this well put together room. Do you wish to step inside for a meeting madam, sir?
Minimalism is fulfilled when there is absolutely nothing more to take away without leaving a space filled with emptiness. The use of marble in this bathroom creates a very sophisticated look. It speaks of wealth and also sensuality. Note the use of a floating cabinet to create the illusion of space as well as the stunning frame less mirror. There is plenty of natural and artificial lighting in this bathroom keeping it brigth and light.