A substantial renovation of a late 1920s apartment in Sydney’s Potts Point by TFAD reveals a stunning mix of the old and the new.
A rich palette of colours and materials and the layering of textures creates a warm and welcoming home with a sophisticated design style. A patterned, dark timber floor sets the tone and adds visual interest, while the dark grey stone with splashes of white veins used as the kitchen benchtop and splashback is a striking feature. Artworks and furniture pieces add pops of colour that bring a sense of playfulness and fun to the living spaces.
Tongue n Groove solid engineered European oak floorboards in the Penza colour, Eterno classic wire-brushed finish and Herringbone Parquetry format feature throughout the interior of this stylish apartment. With an aged, dark enriched grain and warm mid to dark brown tones, Penza complements a range of interior spaces. The unique oversized Herringbone Parquetry that is featured is a modern play on a traditional design. The generous boards give a room the appearance of more space while adding dimension and elegance.