Here, designer Leonie von Sturmer created an exterior scheme for this ornate villa, using weatherboards in soft warm oyster grey of Resene Truffle. The trims are in Resene Rice Cake, the window sills are Resene Half Grey Friars, the porch and steps are Resene Masala and the front door is Resene Diesel

Here, designer Leonie von Sturmer created an exterior scheme for this ornate villa, using weatherboards in soft warm oyster grey of Resene Truffle. The trims are in Resene Rice Cake, the window sills are Resene Half Grey Friars, the porch and steps are Resene Masala and the front door is Resene Diesel


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Here, designer Leonie von Sturmer created an exterior scheme for this ornate villa, using weatherboards in soft warm oyster grey of Resene Truffle. The trims are in Resene Rice Cake, the window sills are Resene Half Grey Friars, the porch and steps are Resene Masala and the front door is Resene Diesel

Here, designer Leonie von Sturmer created an exterior scheme for this ornate villa, using weatherboards in soft warm oyster grey of Resene Truffle. The trims are in Resene Rice Cake, the window sills are Resene Half Grey Friars, the porch and steps are Resene Masala and the front door is Resene Diesel

The back of the house has an elegant full-length veranda, finished in Resene Non Skid Deck and Path tinted to Resene Shuttle Grey. The weatherboards are Rese...

The back of the house has an elegant full-length veranda, finished in Resene Non Skid Deck and Path tinted to Resene Shuttle Grey. The weatherboards are Rese...

Built by the Victorians and the Edwardian’s from great native forests, the villa is New Zealand’s most distinctive housing type. The origins of the New Zealand villa are rooted in 18th and 19th century Britain.  As a building type it flourished during the Georgian era, the period from 1715 to 1830. The term ‘villa’ was …

Built by the Victorians and the Edwardian’s from great native forests, the villa is New Zealand’s most distinctive housing type. The origins of the New Zealand villa are rooted in 18th and 19th century Britain. As a building type it flourished during the Georgian era, the period from 1715 to 1830. The term ‘villa’ was …

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