‘Quietly hardworking’: Sheppard Wilson House

  • Roofing

    Colorbond Ultra sheets in ‘Surfmist’ and ‘Woodland Grey’.
  • External walls

    Cement-rendered cavity brick in Dulux AcraTex; Design Pine weatherboard cladding; CSR Cemintel Barestone fibre cement sheets; Western red cedar battens with Cutek Extreme oil finish.
  • Internal walls

    Gyprock plasterboard in Dulux Enviro2 ‘Natural White’.
  • Windows and doors

    Alspec Hawkesbury Commercial Multi-Fold Doors, black anodized; Western red cedar windows in Cutek Extreme oil finish; recycled ironbark sills from Australian Architectural Hardwoods.
  • Flooring

    Nash Timbers American oak flooring in Feast Watson tung oil finish; recycled ironbark stairs from Australian Architectural Hardwoods.
  • Lighting

    WAF Ceiling pendant by Asaf Weinbroom; Lighting Partners Australia Logan Series ceiling-mounted spotlights.
  • Kitchen

    Fisher and Paykel fridge; Westinghouse cooktop and oven; Qasair rangehood; Miele dishwasher; custom concrete island bench by Concreative; Silestone Blanco Zeus Extreme benchtop; Sussex Scala sink mixers.
  • Bathroom

    Viridian mirror (ensuite); Apaiser Globe stone basins in ‘Graphite’; Toto Neorest Ex toilet (guest and ensuite); Sussex Scala basin mixer and shower/bath mixer; Amerind vanity drawers with American oak veneer; Silestone Blanco Zeus Extreme benchtop with integrated basin; Methven shower rail.
  • Heating and cooling

    Locker Group horizontal metal screen shading, powdercoated in Dulux matt black; Big Ass Fans Haiku ceiling fan.

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