This family home on the Gold Coast had a huge makeover when both the clients and I decided to gut the entire home and open the whole space up. Adding bi-fold doors and a large living and dining room meant this young family had more than enough space to entertain, hang and play.
Colour, Texture and quirk are the main contributing factors to this eclectic Coolangatta home. The Grass weave wallpaper combined with the over dyed Turkish rug create an interesting space. This room features so many cool key pieces such as the concave mirrors or hand made vintage bowling pins there is personality in every inch of the space.
This Casuarina family home was completed in 2016. This beach front property was a eclectic mix of styles to match a young artistic family.
We incorporated natural timbers, tan leather and a mix of metal finishes to create a contemporary beach front family home.
It was with great anticipation this nursery was set up. Whilst waiting for the new arrival the sex of baby remained unknown so using natural colours along with a fresh white base we made a mini sanctuary for both mother and baby. Cane furiniture, striped wallpaper and Animal prints work together to add personality and interest whilst keeping the space calm and soothing.
This renovation came about after the client had an unfortunate event of internal flooding. The silver lining in the situation meant that we were able to completely open the space up. Pushing walls back and increasing the space dramatically. After such work to increase the space we wanted to maximise on this by using an oversized mirror and pendant light.
Elegance through the use of chrome accents were coupled with bright sunshine toned features in this gated community home. We were able to create a spacious yet cosy space that welcomed all who visited the Robina Parkway Home.
Situated in Salt, Kingscliff this Hampton themed home showcases the traditional Coastal colour palette of ocean blues mixed with Sandy neutrals.
Layers of linen and light timber furniture are relaxed yet classic and inviting.