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Located inside Yalding in Kent, the Trish House is clad in conventional Kentish black and white boards in such a means that creates a geometrical facade filled with fascinating shapes. Designed by architect Matthew Heywood, the six-bed room residence sits again from the street and is surrounded by lush inexperienced gardens offering privateness.
The home windows present distinctive views into the house, whereas holding the inside good and vibrant.
The floor flooring’s exterior is painted white whereas the upstairs is roofed in black, persevering with the graphic attraction of the design.
A pivoting door leads visitors to the inside that begins with an entrance corridor.
The large front room options flooring-to-ceiling home windows with views to the yard. There’s a suspended hearth that hangs from the second flooring and down via the open stairwell.
The white partitions and darkish stained flooring mimic the colour scheme from the outside. Light gray furnishings combined with black items maintain the area monochromatic.
The monochromatic shade palette continues into the kitchen and eating room excluding three apple inexperienced pendants above the eating desk. I love the brilliant shade towards the stark white environment.
Skylights have been constructed into the roof which permits mild to cascade down by means of the double-peak stairwell.
The lighting all through the home is the place they introduced shade into every room. A turquoise glass pendant hangs in a sitting room.
Photos courtesy of The Modern House.