This kitchen is the feature of the ground floor and at the same time, integrates seamlessly into the open area. 

Right from the entry, the warmth and natural charm of wood flooring draws you forward. Then there's the wood front door, stairs and cabinetry. 'Would' this look suit your interior?

One design gesture can inform an entire project. A large backlit mirror further highlights the feature Arabescato Griggio Marble wall behind in this powder room/guest bathroom.

The cantilevered vanity and transparent glass shower stall both bring the illusion of greater space to this EJ Building-designed bathroom

The right lighting can have a powerful impact on your interior design. The sculptural, star-burst lighting pendants in this living space, part of an upmarket lakeside home, were sourced by the owners overseas

Dryden WoodOil is an ideal choice for all wood species – old or new – and for both indoor and outdoor applications. 

Kirsten and Sean Hickey had long held a dream to build their home. So, when a new job role came up in Hamilton, the couple seized the chance to move and to build their dream home. Follow their journey.

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It can be tricky trying to keep your favourite tipple at the right temperature at home. Not so in this house. This substantial wine room in a luxurious Perth home displays wines in the best possible light (a...

Everything in this light, space bringing renovation was bespoke, from the chairs through to the kitchen and stairs. 

The owners of this kitchen wanted a no expense spared statement that would be both beautiful and practical. The choice of rich tones provide the required sense of luxury and opulence without looking ostentatious.

Geometry traditionally belongs in math class, but today it's become a popular term with bathroom designers. Using geometric shapes can create a dynamic space in a home and add personality to your bathroom