Shiny backsplash in a tiny kitchen. A metallic-tile backsplash is sure to infuse your kitchen with a touch of glam. This is a great idea for small kitchens, as the reflective surface of the metallic lends a sense of spaciousness.
The new Via Veneto Vetro collection by Falper, with a unique soft-touch satin glass bench top, reinvents the timeless sophistication of the existing Via Veneto range.
The Sydney home of Leanne Carter-Taylor and Trent Carter-Brugman. Photo by Sean Fennessy, production by Lucy Feagins for designs design interior house design
Main inspiration for bathroom. Lighter colours open spaces up and make them feel larger, with the same colour tiles used on flooring and walls the space is completely opened up as there isn't a huge contrast to distract the eye. Traditional fittings with dark tones match the existing Art Deco timber features of the apartments and a sleek thinly framed single pane of glass adds a classic contemporary touch, again not being to distracting or chunky to take up too much space.
I've always admired the work of Ian Moore Architects, Strelein Warehouse, NSW, Photo Credit: Iain D MacKenzie, lovely black and white interior
Alternative wall tile - mixed mosaics to add warmth and texture but maintain lighter colours as to not make the room feel even smaller
Loving this oiled bronze tapware from Schots Home Emporium, Melbourne, Australia
Spanish White Craquelle in Ceramic & Handmade
Antique style wall lamp beside vanity mirror - warm vintage filament - blackened copper to harmonise with traditional dark timber features