This new build located on the outskirts of Scone NSW, is home to its young growing family and their two dogs, Major & Phoebe.

There is nothing about this property that has been overlooked. With an elevated setting and a backdrop of an undulating landscape, this home has been positioned to take advantage of both the views and natural lighting.

Entering the front door, graced with a magnificent reclaimed brick wall and an Oxford Blue Vertical V-Groove clad wall, you get the sense of Scone meets Scandi Sea. It is clean, crisp and refreshing. Far from your typical Farmhouse, you can almost hear the waves crashing.

The V-Groove found in the front foyer has been replicated in the kitchen with a combination of profiled and flush-face cabinetry. This detail creates a perfect balance of subtle textural difference to a very simple layout. A combination of fingerpull and leather tab handles has been used. By not overusing the leather tabs on all the cabinetry, it has created a more featured detail.

It is the "less is more" theory. The cabinetry painted in cool "almost" Duck Egg Blue, balances with the honeyed tones of the timber flooring and leather tabs. The 80mm thick Island benchtop, creates a feature, whilst the thinner 20mm is used on the workbench. A full-length window splashback allows for natural light to flood in on the workbench and leaves room above for the continuous storage.

The slick, clean lines continue into the bathrooms and laundry featuring 20mm Caesarstone tops and textured timber grain board in the cabinetry. The colour palette remains neutral with pastel accents, maintaining the open, breezy theme.