In the media: Exhibiting creativity and innovation

Headline: Exhibiting creativity and innovation

Journalist: Madelin Hayes

Source: The West Australian New Homes, pg 3 Saturday 25 November 2023

Injecting flair and elegance into everyday living, The Art House by Residential Attitudes blends modern design with gallery chic.

Through clever choices in layout and materials, The Art House creates a space which is both voguish and practical.

“It showcases a contemporary elevation with modern style elements like one-course tumbled brick, timber cladding and acrylic render,” Residential Attitudes Sales Manager Dane Jolly said.

Guests are immediately drawn in by a sweeping entry foyer with a central courtyard, adding a splash of verdant greenery to the otherwise modernist design.

“Fill the atrium with a timber deck, a bird bath, a water feature or a small garden to bring the outside elements inside,” Mr Jolly said.

Awash in soft tones and natural textures, the living spaces evoke a feeling of calm.

“The Art House’s interior optimises coastal colours,” Mr Jolly said. “Light and bright with neutral softer tones make the interior incredibly warm and inviting while warmer materials – such as timber, linen and leather – have been used to great effect.”

Follow coffered ceilings to the family room, where stark, lengthy walls mimic a gallery setting, providing the space to hang treasured family photographs and paintings.

A spacious kitchen overlooks the open-plan area and features a triple pantry, a discreet scullery and direct access to the garage, allowing you to bring groceries inside with ease.

Also on the ground floor is an opulent main suite, masterfully concealed in a separate wing.

“It provides a retreat with maximum privacy and the 31-course coffered ceilings bring a touch of class to your adult space,” Mr Jolly said.

“The huge feature walkthrough robe allows for direct access to the ensuite, which includes a private water closet, a double basin vanity and a double-sized shower.”

A family bathroom and the remaining bedrooms with built-in robes can be found on the upper floor.

“This home has very intelligent zoning – the older kids get the upper floor unsupervised while parents can escape to their own private retreat at the back of the home in hotel style,” Mr Jolly said.

“Then the family can come together in the large open-plan central living areas.”

While the home could suit a wide variety of buyers – from couples and downsizers to young families – Mr Jolly said The Art House was best suited to families with older children due to the smart floor plan.

“It has a compact footprint which minimises wasted space, meaning you can get a much larger home on a far smaller block for about 300sqm,” he said.

“This floor plan represents the very best in double-storey family living.”

The Art House is open for viewing by appointment only.

The Art House

Bed 4

Bath 2

Address Contact builder

Price From $509,458*

Builder Residential Attitudes

Contact 9202 9000

*Price is accurate at date of publication