William House by StudioJLA

May 23, 202228 min read

Nestled in the leafy depths of suburbia, William House by Studio JLA blends old-world heritage character with an extravagant twist.

Nestled in the leafy depths of suburbia, William House by StudioJLA blends old-world heritage character with an extravagant twist. From the exterior, you’d be mistaken to believe the insides of this home followed that same traditional appeal but a modern extension changes its look and feel in spectacular fashion.

This architectural treasure sets an entirely original scene once you step inside. Warm-toned natural timber flooring cascades light through the space, and a white marble fireplace meets you shortly after. It’s clear that sophistication is emphasised at every turn at this exceptional property – think natural stone and marble-adorned bathrooms, back-lit mirrors which add a touch of luxury, and Faucet Strommen’s Pegasi tapware range in matte black and a subtly feminine rose gold aesthetic. 

William House embodies timeless yet contemporary charm, with striking spaces that will stand the test of time and trends that come and go. We’re in awe of the gorgeous powder room, with antique finger tiles lining most of the room alongside that classy rose gold tapware we can’t look away from. The master ensuite is nothing like the former, but equally as pleasing on the senses. A monochromatic natural stone splashback and integrated sink is wonderfully complemented by sleek matte black tapware. Lighting is cleverly used under the wooden vanity and the luxe mirror for a high-end touch. 

It’s the brilliant attention to detail at every point that makes William House such an outstanding example of design excellence.

Architect: StudioJLA

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