Location: Parkwood, Johannesburg
Design Style: Classic
Spegash Interiors took control of the designing of this modern residential home. A leafy suburb was the location. Wide open spaces were presented in the architectural structure. And a wealth of elegance and functionality was requested in the form of furnishings and decorations, both on the inside and outside.
A charming fish pond, complete with a skipping-stone bridge, links up these two formal and informal dining rooms. Notice how both spaces are enlarged perfectly via folding doors that zig-zag open to make the classic interiors merge with the fresh exteriors. A noteworthy dining experience each and every day.
A neatly trimmed lawn, lush plants, and an overall clean appearance enhance the exterior beauty of the house.
A generous glass door swings open to bid us welcome and reveal the eclectic interiors, while also ushering in a fresh batch of sunshine.
A sliding door opening the inside out, a focal point of the pond for a wonderful eating experience every day.
A generous dose of natural light filters into the foyer. A classic chandelier dangles from above, enhancing the interior lighting levels while also ensuring a strong batch of sophistication.
Full of characteristic patterns and textures.
Use of lots of soft furnishing create the perfect space to relax after a long days work.
Various drawers and cubby holes effectively take care of this modern bathroom's storage needs.
A curvy free-standing tub ups this bathroom's promise of a luxurious time.
This smaller dining room might be more suitable for informal occasions, but it certainly doesn't hold back in terms of classic furnishings or eye-catching décor.
Optimum workspace, effective storage areas, and a spacious layout contribute to the very practical kitchen.
Flowing out of the one bedroom is this picturesque little patio.
Oversized floor tiles, comfy loungers, exterior lighting fixtures, and an array of potted plants conjure up a tranquil little paradise in the heart of the city.
A cleverly placed mirror at the end of this hallway makes the area seem much grander. Wall sconces and ceiling downlighters ensure optimum illumination.