This was my favourite room of the house. I love the contrast between the crisp white architraves and the pantone-matched grey wall. The port-wine toned feature wall provided a warm and practical colour behind the wood-burning stove and co-ordinated perfectly with the room. Jobs included: Installation of slate hearth, hand-sanding and varnishing floorboards, blind hanging, painting and decorating, and fan installation.
A wonderfully relaxing outdoor area, perfect for lazy barbecues with your very own outdoor antique wood-burning stove. The fencing was made from salvaged hardwood and the landscaping was native Australian Lomandra.
A well-proportioned and accoustically excellent room which featured Oregon Pine beams and wool carpets. Jobs included: double-glazing installation, plasterboard lining, painting, wall construction, fan and lighting installation, door installation.
I love this kitchen! Cool graphite grey units from Ikea team with bespoke German square radius laminate benchtops. The wooden countertop to the drawer unit and custom-made tea shelf provided a difference in texture and materials. The kitchen appears uncluttered and spacious yet featured an abundance of storage and a very clever design. The elimination of any over-head cupboards assisted in creating the open and airy feeling.
This time a shot from the interior looking out to the garden. This showcases the bluestone kerb landscaping (those blocks weigh 20kg apiece! BTW) and garden design. The bed nearest the house provided herbs for the kitchen with a low water-usage Australian native flower garden located behind.
Again, I love these external shots taken at dusk. The home looks warm and inviting. This window was painted and re-glazed in glass to ensure a quieter and better insulated interior.