In an old australian barn, Daniel and Glenny have organised a house with the spirit of recycling... For them, the mix of styles is a priority: a touch of industrial, some French pieces and some furniture dating from colonial Australia. Each element has its own history, and the aged appearance of objects contributes greatly to the spirit of the barn.
The construction took 3 years to be completed and Daniel has used a lot of recycled materials and has developed the construction's plans by himself.
Some pieces, as the coffee table in the living room, which is a Tolix furniture dating from 40's and the clock which is originally a promotional item for a chocolate company came from Frace. Kitchen's tiles also were brought ten years ago, from a trip to a small village in northern Portugal.
The owners didn't hesitate to add some industrial touch in the decoration, using six Tolix chairs in the kitchen, painted in blue gray. They found them in an industrial workshop in Melbourn.
The barn's atmosphere becomes brighter with the use of white in the ceiling and in the walls and every room constitutes a white canvas where the wonderful eclectic furniture are highlighted!
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