Three Birds Renovations Contemporary Cottage
A humble cottage renovation to create modern spaces & homely feels without tearing out the existing character & charm of the bones of this historic home.
House 12 from the ladies at Three Birds Renovations is something unlike anything we have seen before. It is warm, homely and inviting….but most of all, it is ALL about the Curves.
The same Three Birds signature flair can be seen in pops throughout the home. This time we are steered away from the white, Hamptons vibes we are used to seeing, swapping for a farmhouse cottage vibe. The warm tone was not just applied to the walls but used on the ceiling and the skirting and architraves too. This helps create flow around the whole room and tricks the eye into feeling like there is more space by eliminating those hard changes in colour or texture.
Opening up the home by removing walls and creating openness between spaces is another major ‘win’ for the design. The use of curves throughout the home is so on trend, without being overdone so they date. We see some of the Three Birds signature features like bench seats, hanging pendants, rattan, more cushions than one can shake a stick at, and textured throws galore.
Handing over your budget and design control for such a big renovation certainly took some trust for this family, although how could you not be tickled pink with the result, the home is nothing short of breathtaking for all the right reasons.
The Three Birds Renovations team used the WB35 multi half round wall battens at spaced internvals up the wall to create the beautiful wall feature. This stunning look is simple to achieve and provides a real wow factor in this kids room.
The lounge room has a warm and inviting appeal using the same colour palette as the master bedroom – with dusky pink, tan and white. The 185mm height SK52 skirting provides a substancial appearance, teamed with the matching 90mm SK52 architrave.
Curves, curves and more curves in this beautiful bedroom and Ensuite. Intrim Half Round profile in 20mm in polyurethane was used to create the arches on the wardrobe doors in this master suite. As polyurethane has some flexibility, it was bent to create the curve at the top with the straight lengths used to create the entire arch. Intrim SK52 skirting boards complimented beautifully.
The gorgeous curves continue through to the dining room, which combines hanging pendants, rattan and cushion. The colour palette and the Intrim SK52 skirting boards and architraves continue to deliver the consistency throughout the home.
The outsife of this beauty received a full makeover, and sets the tone for the of the contemporary cottage feel inside. Just waiting to walk through that open doorway.