The Gallery at Robina
Taking the best of the modern building aesthetic and combining clean lines with plenty of open space and natural timber tones is the Gallery at Robina.
The open-plan design is captivating and truly spacious throughout, capitalising on a stepped landscape.
A multi-faceted skillion roof demands attention from the street, while a portico over the large timber and glass pivot door creates a stylish entry through subtle lighting and past a tiled feature wall.
A neutral colour scheme of cream, soft browns and charcoal and high, angled ceilings in the living areas accent timber trims, polished timber floors and a richly coloured jarrah staircase that seems to float thanks to frameless glass balustrades.
Several staircases feature prominently throughout the home and add to the overall impression of understated sophistication.Downlighting and feature lights highlight the earthy tones and allow a feeling of warmth to permeate the house. The pool, above which the dining room with void ceiling is cleverly suspended, is a constant feature of the home, making its presence felt from almost every room of the house. A sheer-descent water feature is ideal for relaxing under and creates a sense of bubbling tranquility.
Floor-to-ceiling glass windows and louvres are used extensively in the lounge and dining to maximise pool and golf course views and the upstairs veranda has a wide vista overlooking the golf course.
The study is palatial in dimension and includes built-in cabinetry that makes setting up a home office easy. The master features ensuite with stand-alone bath and underslung sinks set in a Caesarstone bench.
A private balcony overlooks the golf course and provides a place for parental relaxation. An open-plan, modern kitchen is a visual delight thanks to Formica colorpanel doors with stainless-steel shadowline, undermounted appliances for clean lines and glass splashbacks. An island bench makes for the ideal family gathering place before and after school.