Minimalist Living by the Coast: Botanica 36 Nov 11, 2016 by Metricon Add to lookbook Pin it! The Botanica 36 is the latest home design to the Designer By Metricon collection. Starting with street appeal, it’s difficult to decide what to love most about the façade of the Botanica 36. The skillion roof is a strong design element that has an immediate impact and distinguishes this minimalist home from other modern home designs. The roof complements the façade’s urban timber features, it’s easy to imagine this single storey home sitting perfectly anywhere close to the coast. Whilst there is a relaxed coastal vibe that flows throughout this contemporary family home bringing calm to the chaos, the design is without compromise on luxury and well thought out features to pamper parents and captivate the kids. Chris Carroll from The Life Creative met with Metricon’s design team, Melissa and Adrian. Hear what they had to say and see how this coastal inspired design maintains a sophisticated, contemporary edge. The Botanica 36 features four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The parent’s master suite is the sheer standout of this home. It features separate his and her walk-in-robes, a spacious double ensuite and private terrace that opens up to allow a cool evening breeze in. This serene space is a luxurious sanctuary to indulge in some peace and quiet, which every parent deserves. There is an abundance of living space for all to enjoy. With two spacious living and entertainment areas plus an outdoor alfresco room, everyone can be entertained without feeling enclosed. The Botanica 36 suits the sun and sea loving family who love to socialise. The indoor-outdoor living space creates a warm fun filled family and friends zone. The modern open plan kitchen living area is a standout with its spacious benchtops and splashback window treatment that fills the area with light. Materials used throughout reflect quality and give a high-end luxe feel to finishes. A neutral colour palette works to complement the minimalist design and texture applied to surfaces such as tiles add interest and create subtle focal points. The butler’s pantry allows preparation and post party mess to be hidden away for later and ample storage throughout the home ensures the enviable minimalist design remains uncompromised. If you’re looking for a contemporary family home with a touch of coastal calm, visit the Botanica 36 display home in Thornlands, Queensland.