Outdoor Christmas Light Design Ideas

Outdoor Christmas Light Design Ideas

Roof finish – thatch Wall finish – plaster and paint, natural stone and glass Lounge 4.90 x 6.20 m Dining room 6.20 x 5.00 m Main bedroom 4.50 x 4.50 m Bedroom 2 – 4.40 x 3.70 m Bedroom 3 – 5.00 x 3.60 m

This is a large four-bedroom house with exceptional internal spaces that flow seamlessly into the outside spaces. All the living areas and most of the bedrooms are north facing to capture maximum light and sun during the cooler seasons.

Entry is from the west adjacent to the double garage with maid’s quarters. The garage has glass doors that open onto the swimming pool entertainment area.

Entrance is through an open foyer that becomes the covered walkway that links all the living areas of the house to the patio, swimming pool and garden. The walkway terminates onto a koi pond, which provides a focal point.

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The walkway leads into the open-plan, double-volume living area, which consists of the lounge, dining room and kitchen. The double-volume living space is a focal point in this house. The braai area is located between the swimming pool patio and the kitchen for ease of use. The kitchen’s service areas, like the pantry and scullery, are hidden from the open-plan area.

The guest bedroom is on the ground floor and has an en suite bathroom The lounge has a focal wall that hides the entrance to the guest bedroom and extends to the roof of the double-volume space, creating a dramatic backdrop to the living areas. The staircase to the first floor is accessed from the living area and is hidden behind a wall.

A bridge on the first floor leads to the main bedroom on the eastern side and the other bedrooms on the western side. The main bedroom has a walk-in dressing room and access to a covered, north-facing balcony that allows natural sunlight into the room. The en suite bathroom has a bath, shower, vanity top with two basins and a separate toilet. It is also fitted with a gas fireplace for heat during the winter months.

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