Just down the road from a very popular A-Frame we posted 2 months ago sits this more conventional Mid-Century beach house which has been lovingly and astutely enhanced in just the right way. Players at home note – completely gutting a house and slapping in a whole new schema and style is never convincing and frankly looks pretty low-rent, no matter the expense. This place, in contrast, holds on to the little joys of its creation and post-war era: timber-lined walls, steel-framed Laminex, tranquil bedrooms of fibro board and satin flooring and is further celebrated with eucalypt green paintwork and natural decking, all combined to create a classic beach house which dovetails both nostalgic twinge and present-day relaxation quite perfectly.

Posted by:Modernist Australia