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Uniting two late 19th-century cottages with a central void creates a spacious, light-filled home
Color-backed glass, crisp stainless steel and sleek white tiles introduce a serene, contemporary look to this new bathroom in a renovated villa
An outdoor dining pavilion and a tropical garden
that flows through the house are key features
of this major remodelling project
Lush red carpets, heavy drapes and painted walls add warmth to this renovated
104-year old Edwardian house
Pushing up the roof to add a second storey solved a space dilemma for the owners of this house
Symmetry dominates in this classic-style garden. The front door offers a vista straight through the home and out across the pool to the gazebo
A contemporary renovation and a small addition have transformed this run-down old cottage
Art, sculpture and water provide visual, textural and aural connections between living spaces
Traditional timber weatherboards and a corrugated roof ensure this home is in keeping with both its origins and neighbourhood
This traditional restoration blurs the old and new, keeping contemporary function tucked demurely away behind a refined facade
A small site and a brief to maximum living space meant the design of this house
is the result of its limitations
Traditional materials – used in a contemporary way – ensure this kitchen is well-suited to today's informal approach to entertaining and family life
A large bedroom was transformed into a bathroom and ensuite, both spaces featuring the same light, airy interior
A variety of entertaining zones – both expansive and intimate – have been created within this oceanside apartment
Japanese and Balinese gardens transform this outdoor living area into
a lush, textured space suitable for contemplation and reflection
Refurbishing this late 1960s home has modernised the exterior,
lightened the interior and maximised a great view
Designing outdoor living areas that connect with the environment but
also offer privacy is a challenge - even in a bush-clad setting
Built into a large attic, this bathroom features a furniture look, with ceiling millwork and a dark wenge flooring
By extending the kitchen a short distance into the garden, it is
now large enough to include a comfortable breakfast room
Re-cladding this home not only improved its looks, it also ensured
maintenance worries would be a thing of the past, thanks
to the new Palliside weatherboards
Kitchen design is simple and affordable with
Mitre 10's flexible, modular Nouveau system
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