Celebrating the mayhem and mischief that comes with raising children, The Nest by Webb & Brown-Neaves is designed to bring together the whole brood and grow as the family grows.
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home spans two storeys with the main living space on the ground floor and the entire upper floor devoted to the junior members of the family.
Webb & Brown-Neaves Design Innovation Lead Joseph Calasara said the design concept combined entertaining with family.
“The layout is simple but captures the Western Australian lifestyle,” he said. “It is laid-back luxury that maximises indoor and outdoor entertaining, and provides separation for kids and parents.
“It is a home that is nurturing, stimulating and engaging with every member of the family.
“The multi-generational design integrates kid-friendly aspects in the interior and architecture.”
Filled with vibrant colours throughout, The Nest explores the world of colour and texture to create a playful and fun home.
“We’ve embraced the use of colour to provide a sense of play to the home,” Mr Calasara said. “We see this design trend in architecture and furniture design around the world, commonly using primary colours as inspiration.
“It has a playful and flexible concept while still being functional and it embraces colours that complement the young lifestyle and provides a great contrast to the existing streetscapes.”
At the front of the home is the elegant master suite encompassing a large walk-in wardrobe and a luxurious ensuite equipped with a double shower, a bath and two separate vanities.
A private theatre room allows the parents to enjoy their peace and quiet for movie night.
The open-plan living and dining area is where the entertaining takes place.
The kitchen instantly becomes the heart of the home with its capturing colour palette, feature downlights, massive island bench and extensive kitchen appliances, staying true to the design function of entertaining.
“The open-plan living zone extends externally with stacker doors towards the oversized alfresco and the landscaped garden seating zone,” Mr Calasara said.
“It also features a gas strut servery window for extra luxury with direct access to the kitchen.”
Landscape Architect Tristan Peirce said the inspiration for the landscape design was to cater to the whole family and be equipped to host large gatherings.
“My aim with The Nest was to design landscape spaces that seamlessly flowed from the inside of the home to the outside, treating the whole block as a living space,” he said.
“The Nest’s landscape design includes key areas such as generous lawn space for small children and pets, as well as a built-in seating space as a conversation area for the older members of the family.”
The upper level of the home is the ‘screenagers retreat’, according to Mr Calasara, giving kids the freedom of having their own vast sanctuary and allowing parents to appreciate the inevitable mess and noise is confined to one level.
Large enough to be a living area, as well as a games room, the retreat allows for creativity and has the ability to adapt for different ages.
With a built-in day bed for chilling out, the kids will be kept happy and entertained on the upper level.
Three well-sized bedrooms are serviced by a spacious bathroom to round out the floor.
The Nest is located in Treeby and is open for viewing Wednesdays from 2-5pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 12-5pm.
Address 159 Clementine Boulevard, Treeby
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Builder Webb & Brown-Neaves
Contact 9208 9000