The floating staircase makes a statementThe interiors have been inspired by the Hamptons, French Provincial and Plantation styles, and the house will feature in Home Beautiful magazine in December.It is is easy to see why. The house before the renovation Snoopy doesn’t mind the oustide entertaining area either.Just some of the features include exterior wooden fretwork that is dotted with tiny handcrafted trees inspired by a boutique hotel in Byron Bay which adds a resort-like feel.There is French Oak Wildwood aged timber parquetry flooring laid in a basket weave pattern that leads to a floating staircase.All up, the impressive renovation took about a year. The ultra chic house in Paddington is listed with Ray White New Farm agent, Christine Rudolph, and will be auctioned on-site on November 3. A bathroom before the renovation …More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago The kitchen during the demolition … And then after the transformation.Ms Winter owns Chasing Winter, an interior styling business, and runs shopping tours to Bali for people to source their own furnishings. This is one of a number of renovations the couple have done since moving to Brisbane from New Zealand. It is not a humble little cottage anymore.FASHION and interior stylist Natalie Winter is selling her Paddington property, which has been transformed from a workers cottage in to a stunning statement home.Ms Winter and her husband Gerry Heffernan, bought 45 Hayward St in 2013 and have since tripled its size. And the house today — mind blown!“When we started it was 100sq m under roof and nothing much to look at but we fell in love with the house for its good bones and we have 40 linear metres of street frontage which is amazing,” she said. And after the renovation.Ms Winter said it was a bold move to turn the cottage into a five bedroom, four bathroom, grand house on that block.