Posts Tagged: interior design

Old Georgian London

This “handsome stucco fronted, pillar porch” family home has had many lives. Built in the mid 19th Century as an aspirational home for the middle class, it was divided into flats in the 20th Century and then was gutted in the 1990’s by an overzealous developer. The aim was to refresh and soften the previous […]

Updating a Millennial

Working with architecture firm AN+A to give a more considered design aesthetic to a large family home. A certain glamour and a bit of theatre was asked for as the client’s existing UK pieces and artworks were eclectic and confident. From joinery, kitchen and bathrooms to furniture, flooring, lighting and styling artworks. The result, an […]

Victorian Boom Style

This locally listed, mid-Victorian Italianate mansion had been built on a grand scale to showcase its timber merchant owner’s success. Broken into flats in the early 20th Century, it never really recovered until the current family made it their labour of love. The job has been done in stages over several years. Our involvement included […]

Noughties Refresh

We worked with AN+A architects on an extensive update of a 1990’s build. Areas that no longer functioned well were refined, such as the master bedroom, bathroom and wardrobe. A reworking of colour, styling, lighting and furniture gave it a new level of maturity and maximised the impact of their lovely art collection. A real […]

Post War Excess

In conjunction with AN+A Architects, shortlisted for HOUSES Award 2015 House in a Heritage Context Winner Master Builders Association NSW 2015 Excellence Award House Additions/Alterations/Renovations $5 Million to $7 Million An almost intact home built in 1951 which, with etched glass, Art Deco ceilings, varnished timber, and terrazzo forecourts, really had a 1940’s personality. The aim […]

Modern Addition to a Victorian Farmhouse

As Illustrated in Australian Belle MAGAZINE OCT/NOV 2011 and Home Beautiful DEC 2015.