This mini holiday home on the beach inspires you to go on a beach vacation and shows you how to decorate even the smallest spaces with excitement.
Beach, graffiti and luxury – the three things don’t really go together, but they all come together so beautifully in this little house. This holiday home is owned by the artist and illustrator agency in Australia Airbnb For rent. From Architecture Imogen Fuller.
The exterior walls are fully painted by four artists hired by the agency Jackie Winters Will be represented. The film captures the power and beauty of the immediate environment. Soft colors and patterns that invite you to relax in the middle of the bush on a rocky beach.
Inside, the holiday home is quiet, practical and simply provided. Large windows provide views of the sea and beach landscape, which is an important element of architecture and decoration. Textures, colors and shapes flow together.
To the extent of pushing out, there is also the reverse position. The interior of the house blends beautifully with the paintings surrounding this exceptional beach cottage and landscape.
The total area of the house is only 30 square meters. Interior design and furniture are clever and often versatile.
For example, the sofa is also a bed. Furniture shows simple shapes that express a certain strength. The colors are light, beautiful and serene, which makes everything great and airy.
Minimalism meets the heat: the beds are covered with golden yellow cloth. The brilliant little “folded shelf” hangs on the wall Muto. It also provides ample space for a glass of water, a nice book and hooks for hanging items.
Of course, even in the bedroom, the view is like a picture dominating the room. The blue tones of the sky, sea and horizon are skillfully picked up with the woven carpet.
In the main room under the house, everything is multifunctional. So the sofa is not only a bed at night, but also a bench at the dining table. In this room too, the colors reflect the surrounding nature. A lot of light blue, sand, sun and red earth brown are combined with pale wood built into the interior. A coarse-grained black net, reminiscent of football goals, was extended as a barrier and safe from slipping.
The kitchen is also made of light wood, so it looks light and homey. It opens up the living room, but has an alcove and veranda and offers views of the sea.
A simple bathroom separated from the rest of the room by a sliding door, with grass blooming in a vase from the bush landscape. The thin rails for the bath towels are cleverly fitted to the sliding door.
Small house Jackie Winter Waters Tall shrub located in the ground. From here one gets a glimpse of the spectacular southern Gibbsland coastline and has the foresight of Wilson Bromentary. This house is designed in contrast to the rough rocks, which provide peace and tranquility to the guests.