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    Eclectic Atmosphere – Rustic and Industrial Mix: Foxground Farmhouse by Roth Architecture

    Foxground Farmhouse is a residence located in Bowral, New South Wales, Australia, and was designed by Roth Architecture. The home mixes rustic with industrial, creating an atmosphere that is eclectic but still imbued with elegance. Farmhouse involved the incorporation and refurbishment of an old piggery and the addition of a substantial new building. The design preserves the character of the existing buildings and restores the relationships between the collection of buildings on the site.

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    Oh all the hipsters have those bloody dining chairs now. The only thing that grabs me is the orange bathroom wall. In the right context I like orange OK? I really dislike those polished concrete floors.
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    ^^^ My childhood dentist had that style of chair in his waiting room (plus a lava lamp!) They weren't comfortable or attractive back then either.
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    parts of it are ok.
    i don't like the dark reddish shade of wood of the outside of the house, and i hate the stone on what i assume is the old building. the interior is better. i love the concrete floors. i love the eames dining chairs, they're mid-century classics. and they're not uncomfortable at all. love the dining table as well. i love the look of the kitchen stools but i know i would repeatedly stab myself in the ass cheeks with those round corners, they'd be better off with natural logs instead of blocks.
    i don't get it - do they have two kitchens? i like the one with the impractical wood stools but i hate the other one that's just very random and has that cheap looking butcher block island. i love the bathrooms, hate the kids' rooms (both the orange and aqua ones), love the living room sofas but hate the coffee table. love the fireplace/stove with that built-in recess for storing logs.
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    No flyscreens. Ideal if you want to let blowies and mozzies in.

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    West coast of Canada, eh


    It's like an upscale Kid's camping retreat.

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