Australian bathroom trends: September 2018 edition - The Interiors Addict
From a crisp green basin to elegant rounded tapware and statement marble baths, this month’s bathroom round up is a truly mixed bag. Brodware Halo range: Available in over 40…
Gallery of Rennie Street by Architect Hewson / The Local Project
Rennie Street house in Thornbury, Victoria is a highly personalised renovation of an old 1920s Californian bungalow, transformed by Architect Hewson into a welcoming space for the owners; a retired couple who have lived in the house since 1996 and are part of a tight knit northern Melbourne suburb community.
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
21 Organization and Storage Ideas for Small Spaces - GoodNewsArchitecture
Did you realize that sometimes you feel like you don’t have enough space for living these days? All you need is organization and storage ideas for small spaces that I’m gonna show you now. It’s very annoying when we’re always… Continue Reading →
Luxury coastal home: Kyal and Kara's Long Jetty home tour
Former Blockheads Kyal and Kara created a luxury coastal home that oozes style and ticks all the boxes. See all the photos and get the couple's reno tips.
Elenora Mirror Cabinet
What a perfect bathroom! Thank Goat Skin Care think this is the perfect spot to make skin super hydrated with their goats milk skin care range
KES SUS 304 Stainless Steel Toilet Tissue Paper Holder Wall Mount Modern Square Style Brushed Finish, BPH205-2 - Top Bathroom Designs
Listed Price: $35.00 Sale Price: $14.00 SPECIFICATIONS -Material : Type 304 Stainless Steel -Anchor : High quality, non-recycled material -Finish : Brushed Finish -Installation Method : Wall-mounted Package Includes Toilet paper holder Hard…Read more…
Give us Green by Bent Architecture - Local Architecture - Melbourne, VIC
Living in a highly constructed urban environment can leave little opportunity to embrace the natural world. Melbourne-based architectural firm, BENT Architecture, builds with the intention of bringing the two environments together to provide multifacetedly positive experiences to those to interact with these spaces.