Church conversions are some of our most favorite homes, especially after seeing the end results. Cathedral ceilings and beautiful spaces created out of what was once a place of worship is a truly awe inspiring feat, and this particular Australian home has that ‘wow’ factor to it.
This home, originally a church, was built in 1977 and now the interior is a spectacular contemporary concoction mixed with gothic arches and the old world style natural stone facade. Equipped with rich wood lined ceilings and white washed walls, the furnishings and light fixtures make a great statement in themselves. Truly accenting the historic architecture of the religious space, this home is an amazing renovation.
A wine cellar and large sized laundry room help to make the space feel more large and home like, while a mixture of blue leather sofas and a pool table mix up the modernized ambiance.