Home Tour: Alex & Rachel New Manchester Home Clearly Exposing Cultural and Style Diversity

light and uncluttered open concept midcentury modern loveseat with orange cushion seat and throw pillows white area rug wooden coffee table wooden accent cabinet black floor lamps and ceiling lamp 91 Magazine

Today, I wanna take you to our home tour session in which we’ve selected a three-story home in Whaley Range. This home is unique and exposes a cultural diversity of suburb life in Manchester. The owners, Alex and Rachel, feel so glad having such a dreamy home. Well, are you feeling curious now about this home and really want to get to know in more details about each part of home’s interior? Let’s start the journey.

Now we’re in an open-concept space where we find a kitchen and a sitting area. In general, the space is light and uncluttered enough. There are the bold color shades easily found in loveseat’s cushion and additional chair, adding a textural tone after the wooden material. I personally love the way the owners put the greenery in the corner right after the accent cabinet and floor lamp; It fills the empty corner space brilliantly.

And yeah these are the owners, Alex and Rachel, who’re enjoying their spare time in their lovely outdoor area. Matte black paint color is chosen to create a bold and contradictive backdrop. Take a look at the accent light strings; visually they’re obviously stunning although they aren’t on yet, potentially being a simple decorative pieces in the daylight. Medium-size planters, in addition, are set in a good balance, meaning that both are in precise symmetry. Perfectionists, aren’t they?

Let’s move to the kitchen. It’s absolutely clean and super-uncluttered. You’ll just find a book rack mounted on white tile backsplash’s top. The kitchen counter is light wood finish, so it keeps so natural in look. Some jars and ornate things are beautifully put right under the book rack, as if this spot is intentionally set as the center of this surface.

Nice angle. It’s exposing a dining space captured from a long distance-angle. The walls are painted in green mint. Alex and Rachel say this shade is able to be a cool contradictive backdrop for the bold, vibrant, and colorful textiles and wall decors. Nice idea.

Smoke green, the wall color paint some people often ask to this happy couple. The shade is deep and vibrant in look, very eye-catching and potentially becomes a beautiful backdrop to any other color shades, including whites, wood colors, and even dark shades like gray previously existing in this bedroom.

Sea of smoke green is also found in this lounge. Featuring with organic wood, the green is still showing its charm. It now looks more natural and blends well with the wood color.

Even in the bathroom, you can also see the smoke green shade, but it’s now collaborating with white. The tiles for floors have simple geometric patterns now being the hottest trend in this modern era. I think these tiles definitely add a textural color to the space dominated by white.

For living room, the owners want to create an intimate and cozy environment. Supported with crisp white (neutral) wall color, all bold-colored furniture sets look much more stunning; and the area rug with geometric patterns of course gives a modern touch to this living room.

On wooden cabinet’s top, there are some ornate & functional pieces like magazine stand, table lamp, and unique greenery’s pot. They are set in perfect spots, making each uncluttered and aesthetic.

The spotted rack, in visual, brings a masculine vibe. Its large storage space is possible to accommodate much more stored things like these collections (books, frames, ornate vases, etc).

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