Haus. 416 smith street, collingwood. Eighty apartments over eight levels of pure, bright living in the halcyon of inner-city melbourne. airy spaces and lush garden terraces designed to achieve a precise balance between beauty and suitability for each individual.
New trend in tiles...
There is a new trend emerging in Australia for tiles and it's a trend I'm very happy to welcome. Colour is definitely back in fashion, we are seeing it everywhere from our fashion to home accessories. Now everything that was old is new again with antique and Moroccan style tiles gaining popularity once more. Internationally recognised interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard recently designed a tile line for Ann Sacks. His line is vibrant and highly patterned and I love it! Here are a few…
My Interior Design Picks for 2017 - W Collective Interiors
My picks for what I think is going to be big (or continue to be big) in interior design in 2017.
Elsternwick House | InForm Design
This family home centres around the open plan kitchen, meals and living zone which affords uninterrupted views of the landscaped backyard and pool. The deep wrapping eaves and external loggia area provide both refuge from the elements and create a distinctive external living zone to be used all year round. The external cladding of recycled […]
Studio Black Interiors by Maria Cerne | Canberra, Australia
Studio Black is a boutique residential interior design and styling practice that specialises in modern and contemporary design.
2 in Twelve Investment Bathrooms — www.thestables.com.au
Being coastal in style, these spaces were all about using lots of textures in the styling, using natural materials and a soft calming colour palette. main bathroom
A Gallery of Luxuriously Minimal Bathrooms
I’ve always been a fan of minimalism — and somehow it’s especially appealing in the bathroom. If there’s a space that you want to be sleek and shiny and pared-down, it’s this one. And with the right materials and the right detailing, minimal spaces can actually be very lovely, even luxurious. Here are 14 bathrooms that prove that sometimes, less really is more. Above: Marble (plus a touch of gold) makes a minimal space from Vogue Australia.