Take a look inside a retro little cottage that does not shy away from pattern and color

The Bespoke Holiday House is a fully restored 1950s home located in Bright - a tourist town in northeastern Victoria, Australia. Available as a vacation rental, you can book the cottage through the Bespoke Holiday House website.
The classic exterior features gray weatherboard siding with crisp white trim. Inside, you'll find the the design to be light and airy, with a touch of retro; a nod to the home's vintage roots. From the original artwork to the playful wallpaper, each detail infuses the house with unique style. Take a look around in the full photo tour below.
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The all-white kitchen and dining space is bright and welcoming. White cabinets, white counter tops, and retro style appliances make for a sleek and modern space. Touches of blue in the artwork and dining chairs add a pop of color.
The black and white living room is warmed by a wood burning stove. A damask patterned wall of wallpaper creates a focal point for the space.
In the bedroom, you'll find bright blue walls and cozy white bedding. Wall sconces instead of lamp help save space.​
Original artwork hangs above the fireplace, while a soft rug adds warmth and comfort. ​
This bathroom highlights the vintage factor of the house. White floor tile and wall tile create a blank canvas for the retro-pink bathtub and pedestal sink.​
The second bathroom is done in black and white. The damask pattern on the mirror mimics the wallpaper from the living room.
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