Fresh white walls paired with a textured palette of finishes, form an atmosphere of spacious traditionalist. Dark herringbone parquetry floors, a bold modernist terrazzo, rich hand cut tiles and the warmth of bronze tapware add personality to the otherwise minimalist backdrop.
This classic Queenslander home in Red Hill, was a major renovation and therefore an opportunity to meet the family’s needs. With three active children, this family required a space that was as functional as it was beautiful, not forgetting the importance of it feeling inviting. The resulting home references the classic Queenslander in combination with a refined mix of modern Hampton elements.
Being clear on what you’d like to achieve from your renovation is your first and most important step. Your goals must be detailed, specific and well thought out. It’s more than ‘a bigger kitchen’ or ‘ an extra bedroom’. Your goals should include how you live in your home now, and what changes you’d like to make to be living in your future dream home.
We have fielded a lot of questions lately about the state of the building market and what that means for everyone involved. It can be a complicated issue, with many layers of complexity and possible outcomes. This has prompted us to put together our ‘Managing Your Interior Design Project During a Soaring Building Market Series’ to hopefully answer some of the more common questions and put our clients’ minds at ease. First up, we are taking a closer look at ‘What’s The Problem?’.