Naturally Clean

Naturally Clean Naturally Clean Our retired homeowners wanted a laundry that would reflect their penchant for nature and relaxed colours. Being a landscape designer, we paid particular attention to shape, texture and raw materials. Our solution included honeycomb tiles for interest and a concrete benchtop and timber shelving for natural features. The shelving adds functionality…

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Ritchie’s Powder Room

Timber Talks Timber Talks Our discerning empty-nesters sought a powder room with an opulent use of raw and natural materials. Linear, unfussy and strong detailing was also a requirement. In response to the materials, a healthy use of timber and a concrete vanity has been applied – glitzed up a little by adding beautiful brass…

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Jewel In The Crown – Interior

Jewel In The Crown Jewel In The Crown Working with Cube Dentro on a full interior design service, this family of three requested a contemporary response to their sleek new home. The client brief called for strong individualism, decadent statement features (without compromising on function), uncomplicated ‘heavy-use’ rooms and plenty of high-tech solutions to everyday…

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A Beautiful Secret

A Beautiful Secret A Beautiful Secret This was a complex design brief for a powder room located near the home’s front entrance. Our client did not want a utilitarian room to be visible upon arrival. Our response is an elegant design that when enclosed is a fully integrated room, discreetly blending into the modern vernacular…

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Splash Of Drama

Splash Of Drama Splash Of Drama A sense of surprise and drama was the design brief for this bathroom. The homeowners did not want ‘typical’, but they were hot on functionality. Layers of textures create a sense of rhythm and repeat e.g. the basin and tapware in matching material, the little timber stool echoes the…

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Opposites Attract

Opposites Attract Opposites Attract Design brief must-haves for this modern ensuite included clean lines, functionality and cohesion with the other utility rooms in the home. A typical white bathroom was off the wish-list with a preference for something moody and luxurious. On trend reeded glass shower screens create a visual showcase (and privacy too). Matching…

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Classic Villa Meets Mod

Classic Villa Meets Mod Classic Villa Meets Mod Extending the family home in blue-chip Greenlane meant our clients sought a sophisticated, pared back response, while staying mindful of the wider aesthetics of a Victorian villa. A sense of balance and energy has been achieved through a limited dark colour palette, contrasted with crisp white granite…

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Flavours Of Europe

Flavours Of Europe Flavours Of Europe Our clients sought a contemporary kitchen to serve them well into the twilight years. “Bring European influence and plenty of features to have guests talking.” In response, the design direction shows bold simplicity in composition, paired with soft features. The floor to ceiling cabinetry hosts integrated appliances for a…

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Artfully Simple

Artfully Simple Artfully Simple Behind this brief is an empty-nester couple with discerning taste. Ready to host family and friends, the pair wished for an artful, bespoke kitchen. Design purity was another expectation – achieved with a refined, unfussy central island which allows for easy traffic flow and maximum space. For the cabinetry, an understated…

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Splish Splash

Despite their diminutive size, bathrooms often require the most attention when it comes to design, both in terms of efficient space planning and in product and material choices. In the past, life was a lot simpler. Bathrooms were purely utilitarian spaces, usually one per house, centrally located, and shared by the whole family. These days,…

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