The Block 2018: The mistakes you are making when designing your hallway
If first impressions count, then creating a chic but friendly hallway is mandatory. “It’s a must, but definitely one of the most challenging spaces to navigate,” says designer Suzanne Gorman from Studio Gorman. “Hallways are often narrow and lacking natural lighting, so it is vital to ensure yours is free of clutter, well-lit and a stylish and welcoming space.” Here are the top mistakes to avoid when designing your perfect hallway.
7 Unexpected But Beautiful Ways To Use Glass
Glass is not just for glazing, it can be used for decorative purposes too! Flick through the gallery for 7 inspiring uses of this age-old material.
Stunning Sunday: double fronted freestanding Victorian residence
Hi there! I couldn’t go past this double fronted freestanding Victorian residence which popped up on the real estate pages this week. It’s currently for sale and is located in Albert Park, Melbourne, VIC. It’s so cute from the front, but then opens up to a huge monster at the back. It’s a fantastic renovation and […]
Beautiful NSW family farmhouse dating back to the 1920s
This plant-filled, relaxed farmhouse was built by the family in 1925, and has been loved by generations after for almost a century.
Robson Rak Pty Ltd is an established firm of architects currently undertaking a range of residential and commercial projects within the Melbourne metro and Victorian region, each sharing a common emphasis on innovative design, sustainability, and client value. Their aim is to consistently challenge a variety of architecture and design tasks and by means of a solid process find new solutions, ways to live, or atmospheric values. By leading a pragmatic workflow, influenced by site, program…
Hallway and home entry ideas to inspire
Declare your style the moment guests arrive by decorating entrances and hallways with thoughtful, personal and practical touches.
A Centuries Old Home gets Some Serious Love | lark & linen
It has always been a dream of mine to purchase a historical home in need of some love, and painstakingly restore it back to it’s original beauty. So imagine the heart-eyes that ensued when I first laid eyes on this historical beaut. Built in 1804, textile designer Chanee Vijay, and her husband, did just that when they purchased this home back in 2012 with one mission: renovating it from the ground up.Curved wooden staircases, three (of six!) marble fireplaces, and original mouldings were…