I’m excited to be posting up a final finished project of the year, as this project is something that I’ve been working on since January.
These clients approached me with a brief to assist them with every aspect of the interior design for their new build home. From selecting tiles and finishes for their bathrooms and laundry, through to an overall design for their kitchen and pantry. I was also involved in specifying feature lighting, flooring, window coverings and paint colours throughout.
At the end of the interior design piece we moved into interior decoration where I pulled together furnishing designs for 3 key rooms, the main family/dining room, formal lounge room and master suite including a study nook. The thing that I loved about this project was how spacious each room was to work with. We had the luxury of being able to make an impact through a feature entryway light due to the double height ceiling, a Jardan American Oak dining table to seat 10 in the expansive kitchen – dining – living space, and the luxury of a grown up’s only formal lounge room furnished with pieces from Coco Republic and Globe West. The icing on the cake was the master suite with it’s own seating area, hidden custom made study nook behind the bed wall and massive walk in robe, you couldn’t want for anything more.
My designs focused in and around a light, bright and calm home. Using American Oak timbers throughout in the flooring and also some of the furnishings from Jardan. To ground the design we used darker accents such navy, black and hints of bright colour through artwork, the piece in the family room is an original painting by Kate Clarkson. These accents balance all of the lighter whites and greys. The master bedroom is filled with texture through the use of 100% linen on the bed and beautiful merino wool carpets, and luxury comes in with the use of teal coloured velvets, and subtle pattern and colour.
I think you’ll agree this is a beautiful family home, matching the family that resides here. They were a pleasure to work for, I can honestly say it was very much a team effort all the way.
More pictures can be found in my portfolio pager here.