Initially a small renovation project, the Aspley House developed into a whole home renovation. A project home, built in the 1980s, it was feeling tired and quite dated and ended up requiring a complete overhaul.
We are thrilled that this Bella Vie Designs project won a prestigious HIA design award. The design was approached with a central idea that the client’s treasured craftsmanship and materials were retained.
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.
Seduced by city and mountain views, a Brisbane family moved into this Queenslander with one thing in mind – to renovate it and make it their own. They wanted to create an interior with a contemporary feel that reflected the typical Queenslander exterior. Built over three levels the bottom two levels were predominantly updated early on, leaving the top living area to be completed in the final renovation.
Bella Vie Interiors was engaged to reinvent the family bathroom located on the top level of a 3-level home. Our client, Megan, desperately wanted her bathroom to be a spa-like retreat she could relax in after a long day at work. The brief was to create a functional, light filled bathroom that complemented the style of home. The clients’ wanted a modern design with colours that convey a sense of calm, a large freestanding bath, that wasn’t acrylic and it needed to be achieved within a modest budget.
Blending modern living with the comfort and familiarity of classic elements, this home renovation transformed a tired and dated home both inside and out. The neutral colour palette of navy, white and timber with a touch of colour influenced by the clients’ art collection and love of earthy colours. The cabinetry featuring vj paneling combined with lightly marbled benchtops, bring texture and a classic, homely feel to the new bright, airy interior.
Nestled amongst Queenslanders and large contemporary homes in a suburb of Brisbane, is a modest, mid-century modern home.
With gaudy colours and a seriously outdated kitchen, you’re not going to believe how it looked before this amazing transformation took place. Bella Vie Interiors took this ugly duckling and transformed it into this beautifully renovated home with its Hampton’s inspired interior . It is a gorgeous haven for a Mum and her three young children.
This stunning Googong House was an HIA Finalist for two awards. Custom Built Home $350,001-$500,00 and GreenSmart Energy Efficiency Home of the Year. Nestled in a newly developed township, the Googong House with its skillion roof and north facing glazing, exudes a minimalism that defines the entire project. A central courtyard allows northern light to enter deep into the home and provides good cross ventilation throughout. This combined with Passive House technology has created a very comfortable and liveable residence.
Bella Vie Interiors was engaged to work with D3 Projects to bring to life the vision of two young Canberrans, who were inspired by the UK to create high quality, quick service burgers. Their simple menu philosophy with an emphasis on food and drink pairings and quality local produce is delivered in a pared back minimalist fit-out. Polished concrete, timber, stainless steel and an abundance of glass deliver an authenticity aligned with their brand positioning.