Soft colors and natural materials promote well-being in this home

Erin Browne

Anyone who has ever dreamt of building their own home will have firm ideas about its style and finishes. For Lisa and David Wallace, who built this smart country home from scratch in 2020, it was important to create a calm and unique home that centred around family life. 

Lisa also wanted to bring the outside in as much as possible, so used natural materials, including raw wood. Large wrap-around bifold doors give beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and a décor of soft pale greens and neutral shades echo the colors of nature.

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