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Simple, elegant landscaping of a little single fronted cottage in Melbourne//Ben Scott Garden Design Melbourne

Simple, elegant landscaping of a little single fronted cottage in Melbourne//Ben Scott Garden Design Melbourne

Federation homes represent a time of prosperity, featuring beautiful ornate detailing, bay windows, ceiling roses and wide verandas. They are timeless pieces in our history, but when it comes to renovating them however, it can be a somewhat daunting process. Recently we painted a Federation home in Melbourne’s leafy suburb of Glen Iris, to show how to modernise a heritage home whilst maintaining the timeless and traditional style of the era. Colours used were Haymes Sense & Haymes Greyology…

Federation homes represent a time of prosperity, featuring beautiful ornate detailing, bay windows, ceiling roses and wide verandas. They are timeless pieces in our history, but when it comes to renovating them however, it can be a somewhat daunting process. Recently we painted a Federation home in Melbourne’s leafy suburb of Glen Iris, to show how to modernise a heritage home whilst maintaining the timeless and traditional style of the era. Colours used were Haymes Sense & Haymes Greyology…

We’ve found that often colours that work well on windows are very light or very dark, not somewhere in-between. So, once you have decided on your main colour, decide if a darker or lighter tone on the windows has enough contrast with the main colour to achieve the desired look. Colours used were Haymes Sense & Haymes Greyology 1

We’ve found that often colours that work well on windows are very light or very dark, not somewhere in-between. So, once you have decided on your main colour, decide if a darker or lighter tone on the windows has enough contrast with the main colour to achieve the desired look. Colours used were Haymes Sense & Haymes Greyology 1

The monochrome theme of the interior extends outside to the front verandah of this double-fronted brick home in Melbourne. Take a look inside this [Victorian-era home](http://www.homestolove.com.au/gallery-georginas-monochrome-home-renovation-1871|target="_blank"). Photo: Sharyn Cairns / *real living*

The monochrome theme of the interior extends outside to the front verandah of this double-fronted brick home in Melbourne. Take a look inside this [Victorian-era home](http://www.homestolove.com.au/gallery-georginas-monochrome-home-renovation-1871|target="_blank"). Photo: Sharyn Cairns / *real living*