Sneak Peek: Notable Homes

Get more divine design inspiration and have a peep into some of the most notable homes we’ve featured on our pages over the past few months.  

Modern Classic (Jan/Feb 2011)

This Tamboerskloof home of Charl Mouton and Willie Meyburgh combines the traditional and modern with its subtle colours and ornate pieces. [nggallery id=5] Photo credit: Micky Hoyle  

Town and Country (Jan/Feb 2011)

From the bright Wasabi sofa to the memorable schnauzer and whippet, the Strydom family’s Pretoria home demonstrates farmhouse-style living in the city. [nggallery id=6] Photo credit: Elsa Young

Lovely Bones (March 2011)

Named after its beautiful existing structure prior to lengthy renovations, this Green Point home makes good use of its relatively limited space with juxtaposed walls and open plan living area. [nggallery id=7] Photo credit: Warren Heath

Calm Balance (March 2011)

The heritage site on which this Cape Winelands guest cottage was built dates all the way back to 1692, giving it a strong historic ambience. We love its wraparound floor-to-ceiling glass surrounding the kitchen and dining area, and the old European botanical prints adorning the walls. [nggallery id=8] Photo credit: Russell Smith

Higher Ground (April 2011)

Every art collector’s dream, this sixth-floor Braamfontein apartment is the perfect work-and-living space for well-known gallerist Michael Obert. We can’t help but envy the spacious wooden deck overlooking the city. [nggallery id=10] Photo credit: Elsa Young  

City Rhythm (April 2011)

Long-time vinyl collector and artist Sam Nhlengethwa uses art and music to take you back to the 1950s when you step inside his Newtown apartment. [nggallery id=9] Photo credits: Elsa Young