Built by the Victorians and the Edwardian’s from great native forests, the villa is New Zealand’s most distinctive housing type. The origins of the New Zealand villa are rooted in 18th and 19th century Britain. As a building type it flourished during the Georgian era, the period from 1715 to 1830. The term ‘villa’ was …
When it comes to the architectural features of a home, “Using a crisp white such as Greyology 1 accentuates the features of the home while keeping the palette simple. Alternative colours to consider are Wood Grey for the weatherboards and Modesty White for the trims and features,” said Wendy.