We are always talking multi-purpose furniture around here. Its our way of designing with longevity in mind. If I am (on behalf of my client) to invest in a piece of furniture, I question what I’m going to do with it later. Later when I’m re-decorating, later when the trends change, later when I’m bored with it, or just later when the kids have outgrown it.
Design by No Glitter, No Glory and architect Dieter Vander Velpen. Loving the monochromatic details in this renovated bathroom. See the before pic below for a small room transformation. ...
It feels not that long ago that we renovated our tiny two bedroom miners cottage and created a still small, but comfortable, 3.5 bedroom home. The point-five room was always intended to be used as our master ensuite (when the inevitable time and money permitted). However, instincts of our family of four not ‘being done’ finally won out. Against all logic of having way too much going on in our life, we went ahead anyway and added to our little family.
We believe defining the style of a home needn’t stop at little ones rooms.
Very pleased to be invited to guest speak at the Creative Women's Circle event here in Newcastle. Pop over here for all the details.
I get so inspired by what Christmas could look like, and I delight in planning it out. I love the natural palette of nature and tend to focus on the simple beauty, the shapes and the textures.
Designer: Susie Cohen from Made By Cohen in collaboration with Robson Rak Architects Simplicity in colour palette is the trademark of enduring design. Feel the calmness of this home in whites, warm timber and accents of black. All...
Charles and Ray Eames were masters of design, a dynamic duo affectionately known as ‘the architect and the painter’. Together they helped to shape the design world as we know it.
Mixing stools with existing benches and chairs creates a warm inviting feel that screams casual entertaining. Stools have been around for eons. Today, the stool is not just used for seating but as a show piece that can make or break a room. There...
Teamed with white, concrete has been used to create beautiful minimalist exteriors for many years. Its sensuous moulded curves and lines, as well as it’s moody palette, are proving to be perfect for modern interiors.