Sleek Contemporary Design inside The Manhattan II Display Home

Sleek Contemporary Design inside The Manhattan II Display Home

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A new display home has opened up in Woodvale, The Manhattan II by Ventura Homes. Be inspired by its sleek contemporary design and effortless, cool style.

What is contemporary design?

Contemporary design essentially means less is more. Forget the fuss and over-the-top details, it focuses on strong lines and smooth forms, while going easy on ‘loud’ accessories and opting for solid or subtly patterned fabrics.

While modern and contemporary design are often used synonymously, they aren’t exactly the same thing. Modern design follows stricter guidelines, while contemporary is more fluid and tolerates some rule breaking. All you need to make your design contemporary is a strong emphasis on line and form to provide the best energy.

About the The Manhattan II

Located in Woodvale (a suburb located within the City of Joondalup and City of Wanneroo, north of Perth) is The Manhattan II.

This is a magnificent display home that shows off a sweeping entry with 34c ceiling foyer. Boasting a front office, it has the master suite discreetly nestled behind it; featuring a twin basin ensuite, large mirrored WIR and private outdoor access.

The central kitchen is fit for a budding home chef, complete with scullery and an entertainer’s breakfast island bench. The media room is conveniently nearby, great for movie nights in or entertaining guests. The expansive open living area flows out to the alfresco, while the three bedrooms sit in the rear corner sharing a very stylish powder room, laundry and bathroom.

Take a virtual tour of The Manhattan II below for contemporary interior design inspiration:

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The Manhattan II display home elevation in Woodvale features a smooth profile with strong emphasis on line and form.

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The kitchen shows off other key elements of contemporary design – lines, planes and angles.

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Contemporary design celebrates what isn’t there just as much as what is. Open plan interiors are therefore well suited to large-scale furnishings, art and accents.

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A quick way to bring in some strong lines and accents is through hanging pendant lamps.

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While neutral is a pretty broad term, you can still bring some interest into your contemporary alfresco through colourful plants.

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Contemporary laundry’s and bathroom’s have serious shine with high-gloss surfaces. Mix in darker colours and textures to help bounce light around the space.

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Beautiful interplay of glossy and honed surfaces in this bathroom.

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The theatre room is cosy and intimate, with over sized art as an eye catching accessory.

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Windows are abundant in the theatre room, bringing the outside, in and letting natural light flow through the home.

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The bold feature wall and matching tones make this master suite sophisticated and elegant

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The master suite has its own courtyard, perfect for those romantic, stargazing nights.

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A large mirror in the ensuite provides a striking profile – space is a key element in contemporary shown here as the master suite flows to the ensuite.

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Another large-scale art piece adorns the wall, while the mirrored robes help bounce light around the master bedroom giving the illusion to more space.

The Manhattan II Display Home Details:

View Floorplan & Further Information: http://staging.ventura-homes.com.au/display-homes/the-manhattan-ll/

Address:

4 Medici Way, Woodvale WA, 6026. [Get Directions]

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Opening Times: 

Monday & Wednesday: 2pm-5pm
Saturday & Public Holiday’s: 1pm-5pm
Sunday: 12pm-5pm

For more contemporary interior design inspiration, check out the virtual tour of The Key Largo, another Ventura Homes’ display home that oozes sophistication and contemporary elements. Add some more leather into your contemporary designs, with our Decorating with Leather Guide.

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