Interior designer Kylie Moore takes us through Domaine Home's latest design, the Antigua 33. A double-storey home with a seaside ambience, it's a coastal, contemporary design that you'll fall in love with. The Antigua 33 features open plan, family living which cleverly incorporates spaces that everyone can enjoy with more private retreats. Take a look as we explain how we've used the Oak and Shale scheme to create an inspiring, relaxed and coastal home.
The perfect way to describe the Antigua is that it’s a contemporary and relaxed, open plan family home that has a beautiful, organic, textural and botanical feel. It’s one of our popular double-storey designs because it cleverly incorporates both open plan living with more private, yet spacious retreats like the leisure room downstairs and the rumpus room upstairs.
In the Antigua 33, we've used the Oak scheme, which evokes a seaside ambience, with the use of natural colours and textures. We’ve also added a modern twist using soft, on-trend greys and sharp white, complemented by a natural feature element. As part of the Oak colour scheme, this home features white 600mm x 600mm floor tiles with a pale grey carpet. The interior colours are light which we’ve combined with pale timber finishes to the joinery and the staircase. The additional elements that we’ve added to this particular display home are the pale greys, with hints of blue and washed mustard in casual fabrics and of course the inclusion of wallpaper and feature walls.
In the kitchen, we’ve gone with a light Polytec Oak Woodmatt to the cabinetry and a pale stone bench called Quantum Quart Concreto Naturale. One of the most popular parts of this home is the beautiful window splashback in the kitchen as well as the butler’s pantry, which lets in so much light and brings the outside in. The beautiful finishes in the kitchen We’ve carried this to the walk-in pantry, laundry and bathrooms to ensure that each of the rooms in the home connects seamlessly.
Modern and growing families need spaces that are functional and serve multiple purposes. The Antigua has four separate living areas but as a design option, this particular design can accommodate a fifth bedroom plus a shower to the powder room. This has been such a popular feature in this display at it is a wonderful option for those who love to have guests over. As for the living areas in the home, there is a leisure or media room at the back connecting to the alfresco as well as a rumpus room upstairs.
When the family want to get together for more casual nights at home, they’ll be able to gather in the open plan family space adjacent to the meals area. It also opens out to the alfresco which is a beautiful space that connects the outside in. All this has been designed by the Domaine team to neatly fit onto a 12.5m by 28m block.
On display at Rochedale is the Portofino façade, finished with a soft grey and white palette that will surpass current design trends. One of the most loved features in this home is the balcony at the front of the home and the optional balcony off the master bedroom. With this particular display, we’ve opted for the lighter options, with a light-coloured roof tying in with the windows in a colour called Precious Silver. The grey, stone-look tile Maximo Grey is featured on the front façade side elevation and it’s highlighted with the white and pale grey paint finishes which connect with the interior colour scheme.