Untouched since the 70s, this Caulfield townhouse recently underwent a radical transformation to become two semi-detached homes awash with natural light, soft pastel tones and rich jewel accents.
To accentuate both homes’ rear gardens with north facing aspect, Lovelight selected translucent roller blinds, offering a partial view to the outdoors and inviting filtered natural light into the main living areas.
Sheer s-fold curtains coupled with blockout roller blinds were selected for both homes’ bedrooms to provide the perfect balance between sunlight and privacy.
To elevate the flooring throughout the homes, splashes of colour were introduced to the cushions, linen and formal seating.
These images by Nicole England show how natural light amplifies the dreamy colours in both spaces, creating a light mood and retreat-like feel.
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Townhouse 1: Roller blinds in Baltic Translucent fabric and Pumice colour were selected for the kitchen and living area. For ease of use, the two left panels are linked and motorised.
Townhouse 1: Translucent roller blinds ensure plenty of light filters through from the north-facing garden.
Townhouse 1: Roller blinds in Neotec Translucent fabric and Midnight colour were selected for the formal lounge room.
Townhouse 1: Hawn drawn s-fold curtains in James Dunlop Cavalier sheer fabric and Cloud colour were selected for the bedroom. Behind the sheer curtain sits a roller blind in Quay blockout fabric and Vivid colour.
Townhouse 2: Pumice coloured roller blinds in Baltic Translucent fabric complement the kitchen and living area’s polished concrete floors.
Townhouse 2: Muted pastels feature throughout the home’s living areas.
Townhouse 2: The sitting room was given a soft colour palette to elevate the blonde wooden floor boards.
Townhouse 2: Hand drawn s-fold curtains in James Dunlop Cavalier sheer fabric and Cloud colour were also selected for Townhouse 2’s bedroom. Behind the sheer curtains sits a roller blind in Quay blockout fabric and Vivid colour.