The kitchen is often referred to as the heart of the home and this is true in a sense because it is where the family gathers and do some entertaining, but that doesn’t make the kitchen the most important room in the home.
Be it a small apartment in the city, a townhouse in a suburb, or a bigger house in the countryside, the main change that we have seen in interior design over the past few years has been a request for living spaces that focus on both aesthetics and functionality.
You can ask any interior designer working in any industry and they would agree that to be given the opportunity to design a hotel is on top of their professional bucket list. But should a designer’s approach to a hotel project differ from a residential project?
People are becoming increasingly aware of their environmental footprint and there is a growing expectation for the property industry to embrace sustainability, as well as quality design and functionality, in their projects.
Located in the waterfront suburb of Lilyfield in the city’s inner west, this rebuild project required masterful thinking to deliver a four-bedroom home that offers unrivalled comfort and sophistication.
Paying for creative services can be expensive, and it’s often hard to know how best to allocate precious resources. Having worked in the interior design industry for more than 20 years, I’d like to share some tips on how you can determine the best way to minimise risks with these decisions.
Choosing artwork for your home can be overwhelming at times — you need to strike a fine balance between art that you personally like and art that will match and even enhance the aesthetic of the rooms it will be in.