A contemporary, minimal family home with layers of different textures

minimal family home

This modern family home really takes me a little bit out of London in November. And right into a bit of a vacation feel with blue skies and crisp outdoor living!

We are in Perth today and visit the home of Erica Zuccala and her husband Peter, together with their children Aniela and Dominic. In a temporary family home that uses lots of white and materials like leather, timber, stone and metals to achieve a raw style.

What makes this place so great is the mix of grey concrete and matte black accents clashing with woven pendants, textured rugs, and soft furnishings to add warmth to the interior.

So inspiring!

And, as usual, we will start the home tour with the children’s rooms:

boho girls room

boho girls room

boho girls room

boho girls room
Cute boho room for a girl! And the wallpaper is another great way to soften the raw look of the house.

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boho girls room

‘I’d describe my personal interior style as contemporary, minimal with a touch of texture. I love using different finishes in my furniture and home. Concrete rendered walls, raw timbers, lots of greenery to keep things fresh. And muted colour tones make an appearance. We have a lot of white walls so I include warming details to tone down the starkness.’ Erica says about her home

Now, let’s have a look at the rest of the house:

minimal family home

minimal family home

minimal family home
Indeed, plants really give this place something fresh and natural. And I totally agree with Erica – plants are a must in every home. They just add such a great atmoshphere and dimension.

More family interiors from Down Under?

Happy Tuesday!

 

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