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A Melbourne couple make a smart move into a revamped Art Deco apartment. See inside and explore its best bits via the link in bio. 📸 @marniehawson 🖊️@rebecca.hooton 🏡 @braveneweco #kitchenrenovation #checkeredfloors #basketweavetiles #terracottacabinets #colourfulkitchen #apartmentrenovation
Once destined for demolition, this home was given a second shot thanks to Anna Rozen of A for Architecture, and the owner, who took on the build. With a desire for high-impact design and the need for a strict budget, the choice of materials became key to the project’s success. “We limited the use of the high-cost finishes, such as brick, travertine and timber, to the highly visible areas. This was balanced with an extensive use of low-cost materials...,” says Anna. See inside via the link i...
Once destined for demolition, this home was given a second shot thanks to Anna Rozen of A for Architecture, and the owner, who took on the build. With a desire for high-impact design and the need for a strict budget, the choice of materials became key to the project’s success. “We limited the use of the high-cost finishes, such as brick, travertine and timber, to the highly visible areas. This was balanced with an extensive use of low-cost materials...,” says Anna. See inside via the link i...
Once destined for demolition, this home was given a second shot thanks to Anna Rozen of A for Architecture, and the owner, who took on the build. With a desire for high-impact design and the need for a strict budget, the choice of materials became key to the project’s success. “We limited the use of the high-cost finishes, such as brick, travertine and timber, to the highly visible areas. This was balanced with an extensive use of low-cost materials...,” says Anna. See inside via the link i...
Once destined for demolition, this home was given a second shot thanks to Anna Rozen of A for Architecture, and the owner, who took on the build. With a desire for high-impact design and the need for a strict budget, the choice of materials became key to the project’s success. “We limited the use of the high-cost finishes, such as brick, travertine and timber, to the highly visible areas. This was balanced with an extensive use of low-cost materials...,” says Anna. See inside via the link i...
Once destined for demolition, this home was given a second shot thanks to Anna Rozen of A for Architecture, and the owner, who took on the build. With a desire for high-impact design and the need for a strict budget, the choice of materials became key to the project’s success. “We limited the use of the high-cost finishes, such as brick, travertine and timber, to the highly visible areas. This was balanced with an extensive use of low-cost materials...,” says Anna. See inside via the link i...
Once destined for demolition, this home was given a second shot thanks to Anna Rozen of A for Architecture, and the owner, who took on the build. With a desire for high-impact design and the need for a strict budget, the choice of materials became key to the project’s success. “We limited the use of the high-cost finishes, such as brick, travertine and timber, to the highly visible areas. This was balanced with an extensive use of low-cost materials...,” says Anna. See inside via the link i...
a kitchen with two stools and a center island
It's no secret that when it comes to interiors, the clever use of colour can have a mood-enhancing effect - and the heart of your home is no exception. But how much colour should you use? And where should you use it? From vibrant kaleidoscope hues to muted tones, we've pulled together four vibrant family kitchens that offer all the inspiration you need to integrate colour into your design. Tap the link in bio to read more - and get the look. 📸 francoisebaudet simonwhitbreadphoto Styling to...
a kitchen with white walls and wooden floors, two stools on the floor next to an island
It's no secret that when it comes to interiors, the clever use of colour can have a mood-enhancing effect - and the heart of your home is no exception. But how much colour should you use? And where should you use it? From vibrant kaleidoscope hues to muted tones, we've pulled together four vibrant family kitchens that offer all the inspiration you need to integrate colour into your design. Tap the link in bio to read more - and get the look. 📸 francoisebaudet simonwhitbreadphoto Styling to...
a modern kitchen with white walls and wood flooring, an open fireplace in the center
A cramped, incohesive floor plan - and only one bathroom - matched with a newly blended family; something had to change for the little 1930s northern suburbs cottage of Monique Perry and Ashley McMahon. Faced with a spatial conundrum, designer Laura reworked the layout and maximised the functionality with minimal structural changes. "It's a miracle what she managed to do!" Monique exclaims. Step inside and see this home's transformation via the link in bio. 📸 and styling: @the.palm.co 🖊️ ...
a white house sitting on top of a lush green hillside
A cramped, incohesive floor plan - and only one bathroom - matched with a newly blended family; something had to change for the little 1930s northern suburbs cottage of Monique Perry and Ashley McMahon. Faced with a spatial conundrum, designer Laura reworked the layout and maximised the functionality with minimal structural changes. "It's a miracle what she managed to do!" Monique exclaims. Step inside and see this home's transformation via the link in bio. 📸 and styling: @the.palm.co 🖊️ ...
a wooden bench sitting in front of a stone wall next to a window and door
Dianne and Rhys were intrigued when their real-estate agent said he'd found a droughtridden 4.5-hectare plot for them to build on. "...but I was open to the challenge," says Dianne. Despite its dryness, the couple bought the property knowing that, in order to do the land justice, they needed to build a house that would capture the incredible views and the light surrounding it. And that's exactly what they have done. Step inside this light, modern country home via the link in bio. 📸 @mareeh...
a white room with a wooden floor and stone wall on one side, plants in the other
Dianne and Rhys were intrigued when their real-estate agent said he'd found a droughtridden 4.5-hectare plot for them to build on. "...but I was open to the challenge," says Dianne. Despite its dryness, the couple bought the property knowing that, in order to do the land justice, they needed to build a house that would capture the incredible views and the light surrounding it. And that's exactly what they have done. Step inside this light, modern country home via the link in bio. 📸 @mareeh...
a wooden table with chairs around it in front of a window and potted plant
A Melbourne couple took a rundown bungalow that really needed some love and made it elegant. “It was for sale twice, and the owners actually took it off the market the first time because there was no interest," says homeowner Erin. "“We wanted a home that was super usable and felt calm in summer and winter." Step inside via the link in bio. 📸 @jjjjade Styling and 🖊️ @heathernetteking #breakfastbar #whitekitchen #bungalow #homerenovation #renovationideas #timberdeck #outdoorliving
a white kitchen with an open window and dog sitting in the window sill looking out at the yard
A Melbourne couple took a rundown bungalow that really needed some love and made it elegant. “It was for sale twice, and the owners actually took it off the market the first time because there was no interest," says homeowner Erin. "“We wanted a home that was super usable and felt calm in summer and winter." Step inside via the link in bio. 📸 @jjjjade Styling and 🖊️ @heathernetteking #breakfastbar #whitekitchen #bungalow #homerenovation #renovationideas #timberdeck #outdoorliving
two dogs sitting on a wooden deck next to a woman and her daughter looking out the window
A Melbourne couple took a rundown bungalow that really needed some love and made it elegant. “It was for sale twice, and the owners actually took it off the market the first time because there was no interest," says homeowner Erin. "“We wanted a home that was super usable and felt calm in summer and winter." Step inside via the link in bio. 📸 @jjjjade Styling and 🖊️ @heathernetteking #breakfastbar #whitekitchen #bungalow #homerenovation #renovationideas #timberdeck #outdoorliving
This 100-year-old home in Melbourne received a once-in-a-lifetime update with a colour refresh. Step inside via the link in bio. 📸 @sharyncairns 🖊️ @katchatfield Interiors: @sandersandking #homerenovation #malvernvic #steelframedoors #openplan #kitchendiningarea
It's rare for an architect to tackle the redesign of their own home, but for Anthony Maiolo, director of Luxitecture, it was a scenario he'd long been preparing for. His home, a two-storey 1930s California bungalow in the city’s inner-west, had been partially renovated in previous years, but lacked cohesion and flow. "It was definitely liveable, but the entire place was lacking natural light and needed work," he explains. Step inside and see its transformation via the link in bio. 📸 @maree...
It's rare for an architect to tackle the redesign of their own home, but for Anthony Maiolo, director of Luxitecture, it was a scenario he'd long been preparing for. His home, a two-storey 1930s California bungalow in the city’s inner-west, had been partially renovated in previous years, but lacked cohesion and flow. "It was definitely liveable, but the entire place was lacking natural light and needed work," he explains. Step inside and see its transformation via the link in bio. 📸 @maree...