An unsurpassed view and sense of space make for easy living at this holiday home.
Four years of intensive research – attending decor and design exhibitions, and filing magazine pages – helped this home owner create the house of her dreams.
A large open and inviting driveway welcomes guests into this neat, practical and environmentally friendly home.
Nature’s play with pattern, texture and colour was the inspiration for this spacious house, envisaged as a country retreat.
Your first impression on entering this golf-estate home is one of lightness and brightness.
Large, open-plan spaces with an interconnection between the inside and the outdoors was what these home owners were after.
A striking glass-topped tree-root side table is the first thing you see when you enter this four-bedroom home in a quiet housing estate to the north of Johannesburg.
This home radiates comfort, elegance and space, both inside and out.
Walking into this home, you’ll have the same sensation of sanctuary that you experience on entering a five-star hotel.
A home that is simple and functional, yet at once stylish and elegant.
Opting for a modern design, with a good mix of steel, glass, wood and brick, the home owners specified open spaces, lots of natural light and clean lines.
This home was built to meet the home owners’ living and entertainment needs.
A home for newlyweds, every aspect of this house has been carefully thought out to create a sense of connectedness.
This home’s aesthetic – red facebrick with exposed king trusses – adds to the effect, reminiscent as it is of old farm-style buildings.
With walking trails, a restaurant and gym, this up-and-coming estate offers a lifestyle that is modern, family-oriented and relaxed.
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