A SUCCESFUL RENOVATION OF THREE WORKER S COTTAGES

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Two Australian 1920s workers cottages were rebuilt as three houses. One of the houses belongs to architect Andrew Benn, his wife Alice Penna who is an interior designer, and their dog Nellie. Next door lives Andrew’s mother. The family homes are linked via the yard; the other is a self-contained rental. The combination of blond wood and white gives a spacious feeling (as seen in the image below). The hand painted tiles in the bathroom add character to a small space.

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Source: images by Prue Ruscoe for Inside Out.

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4 Responses to A SUCCESFUL RENOVATION OF THREE WORKER S COTTAGES

  1. Gosh, can I just live there please? These look exactly like my dream home!

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  2. Oh, I love the wood mixed with the white. It all looks so sleek and modern.

  3. What beautiful spaces! So airy and sleek, but with character too.

  4. Love the simplicity of this space – such modern clean edges, it’s wonderful!

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