Teri and Duncan MacDuff’s Rondebosch home is so awesome it made my eyeballs quiver. It has all the stuff I like – a spacious indigenous garden with big trees, a pool with a “majestic” (estate agent speak) view of the mountain and an interior that’s been renovated to maximise on many, many rays of natural light. And with the recent addition of Riley to the family, they are one cool little gang.
Naked bulbs from Hoi P’loy
Geometric Tiles at entrace hall – Quadrata
The main bedroom walls are clad with Ash wood from Ticktin Timbers and the reading lights are from Space for Life.¬†
Geometric bathroom tiles from Quadrata
Shelf – rosewood munka from Stokperd
Vanity and mirror in guest bathroom are both from Space for Life
Baby Riley’s cot – an antique heirloom from Teri’s mom
The bright wooden rabbits were bought on their honeymoon trip – Terri says they didn’t make for easy transportation across Mexico!
Retro dining room chairs from Space for Life
Architect – Leah Johnson¬†firstname.lastname@example.org
Builders – Faclier Brothers
Metal window and door frames –¬†Metal Windows