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Megan Laraia
design blog from build to house to home. Inspiration, mood boards, DIY, garden design, kitchen, bathroom, living room, decor

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design blog from build to house to home. Inspiration, mood boards, DIY, garden design, kitchen, bathroom, living room, decor

<b>Living Area</b> One of Nikki’s favourite spots is this bright reading nook, home to a comfortable B

Tour bellaMumma Nikki Yazxhi's stunning renovated home

After three stages of renovations – and with the help of an interior designer friend – a Sydney family finally completed their Forever home.

Project

Projects | Interior Design Melbourne | Heartly

Buildings, extensions, renovations and interiors designed by Heartly are creative, confident, practical and beautiful.

Architects Annie Ritz and Daniel Rabin have altered the layout of a "cramped" home in Los Angeles to maximise space and natural light inside.

Annie Ritz and Daniel Rabin reconfigure 1960s LA house to create bright open interior

Architects Annie Ritz and Daniel Rabin have altered the layout of a "cramped" home in Los Angeles to maximise space and natural light inside.

A yellow custom banquette makes for the perfect reading nook in this 80s-inspired apartment.

Inside a monochromatic 80s-inspired apartment

A bold, monochromatic 80s-inspired design to create a high-low aesthetic and utilitarian luxury thanks to Porebski Architects and Handelsmann + Khaw.

Merrylees Architecture -

A boutique, multi-disciplinary architecture and interior design service, lead by Architect Jane Merrylees. Highly crafted, intelligent and responsive architecture with a wealth of experience in the residential and aged-care sectors of Melbourne and surrounds.

Combine a floating bench with timber floating shelves. Photo: Annette O'Brien / bauersyndication.com.au

Practical Design Ideas For Awkward Spaces In The Home

Combine a floating bench with timber floating shelves. Photo: Annette O'Brien / bauersyndication.com.au

This Melbourne house renovation is full of design ideas for creating a minimalistic and modern home.

quality not quantity: see inside this minimalistic Melbourne home

This Melbourne house renovation is full of design ideas for creating a minimalistic and modern home.

This Melbourne house renovation is full of design ideas for creating a minimalistic and modern home.

quality not quantity: see inside this minimalistic Melbourne home

This Melbourne house renovation is full of design ideas for creating a minimalistic and modern home.

Portsea Family Beach House

Portsea Family Beach House | Australian Interiors | est living

Kate Beadle Interior Design and Nick Condon design a tasteful Portsea beach house to relax, entertain and enjoy in the spirit of summer by the sea.

petaluma renovation: HOW WE CREATED MORE SPACE #2 - BELLAMUMMA

petaluma renovation: HOW WE CREATED MORE SPACE #2 – bellamumma

A LITTLE MORE INSIGHT INTO OUR PETALUMA HOUSE RENOVATION … and how we created more space and flow through the house. As you know we renovated at the end of 2016… we wanted to create more space and extra storage. We completely gutted the house and re-plastered using Gyprock Sensitive Plasterboard. {You can check out …

Time to find your perfect rug

Accessorise your home with Miss Amara’s online range of rugs online, hand-picked to suit your tastes & style. Free Shipping. Free Returns. Happy decorating!

The Spotted Gum Tree House situated at Landcox St, Brighton East was designed by Merrylees Architecture, the proposal was plotted around the gum’s considerable structural root zone, which proved to be challenging due to the location of the tree and other site constraints. The tree serves as a junction from the encompassing neighbourhood to the Bayside botanical gardens located nearby, so was considered an essential component to retain and protect.

Spotted Gum Tree House by Merrylees Architecture

The Spotted Gum Tree House situated at Landcox St, Brighton East was designed by Merrylees Architecture, the proposal was plotted around the gum’s considerable structural root zone, which proved to be challenging due to the location of the tree and other site constraints. The tree serves as a junction from the encompassing neighbourhood to the Bayside botanical gardens located nearby, so was considered an essential component to retain and protect.