Queenslander Renovation Inspired by Art Collection:
The removal of ungainly architectural elements simplified the interiors thereby increasing the space. Furnishings were designed with the style and colour to compliment the art collection and were offset with white walls and ceilings. The result is a contemporary design in tune with the client's artwork and other collectables.
Classic Queenslander Makeover:
Classic and stylish interiors were created for this home with new colours and carpets as the basis. The neutral palette formed the backdrop. The choices were inspired by travel and a sense of refinement, with plush sofas, custom made furniture and eclectic antiques. The patio area has the same spirit. Rather than following a standard decoration plan, the interiors are defined by thoughtful combinations of interesting objects.
French Provincial Makeover:
Three rooms in this large family home have undergone a transformation achieving elegance and tranquility.
Moroccan-styled Entertaining Space:
The earthy colour scheme of ochres and sandy Moroccan tones offers a warm, welcoming ambience, enhanced by the use of weaves and natural fibres. The sense of unity in the room's rich and varied collection of ornaments, soft furnishings and furniture affords a sense of warmth and receptiveness, whilst still managing to be cool, practical and versatile; the perfect complement to life in the Sunshine State.
An extension to the house that can be opened up to a paved landscaped pool area with bifolding glass doors. A functional bar has a built-in barbeque, commercial rangehood, footrail, glass rack, wine fridges, sink, oven & coffee machine. An 'outdoor' shower with glass roof is the highlight:
An inner city apartment was gutted and renovated. Coffered ceilings were built to create the illusion of height, accentuated by concealed up-lighting. Walls were moved to create a pleasing living area space and new passage ways created to access bedrooms. The ensuite was remodelled and new sliding screens installed to add light to the area and give views to the Story Bridge:
To create better use of available space may require removing walls and/or opening to the outside.
By using contemporary design, surface finishes and tiles and replacing fittings and fixtures the overall feeling of a bathroom is modernised.