The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the house. It needs to be carefully designed with traditional restrictions to make sure the kitchen is practical and long-term. This design is a simple and minimalistic design with many practical properties to allow a clean yet functional kitchen.
This recently renovated bathroom has transformed into a beautiful safe space through minimalism, functionality, tradition and imagination.
Tiling can transform a room, and it has with this light blue tiling across only one wall of the bathroom making it extremely vibrant. The tiling makes you feel like you’re on vacation in South America but the unexpectedly perfect match of grey tiles makes you feel secure in your own home. This finished bathroom maximises minimalism, space, and contrasting colours to create a practical yet exaggerated look.
Timeless and classic is two words to describe the design and décor of this bathroom as the shades of grey and black provides an exclusive and personal feel to a private room which are contrasted with a beautiful American Oak timber vanity and white wall tiles, basins and bathtub to open the room and allow a vibrant aesthetic.
There is one important thing to remember when it comes to natural timber, is that there are so many variations and we can never really predict how the vanity or cabinet will look like. Maybe there are more lines in the timber, maybe the colour is different etc - that's the beauty of natural products.
Designing a kids bathroom can raise the question of how to design it. Of course the kids age can be a big factor but kids grow up very quickly so do you really want to have those fun seashells or navy blue nautical theme on your tiles and decor? As time goes by, the choices we make in terms of design is becoming more practical.
An elegant solution has been achieved by combining poly vanity and timber mirror cabinet. Who said that it needs to be matchy-matchy. Not everything needs to be colour coordinated.
When it comes to storage space in a bathroom, the crowd is divided into two. One half says storage is very important and another half says that there is no need to overcrowd the space. Let us tell you why we think it is worth to think about it when thinking of getting a vanity and mirror cabinet.
Like with any natural product, it is impossible to predict how the end product will look like because there are so many variations and every item looks different. In terms of look, Oak can be quite predictable, which is good if you're looking for a light colour timber in your bathroom.
By adding different shades of blues to your bathroom design, almost instantly creates a resort-like sanctuary. There is nothing better than entering to a room where you can feel relaxed and reminisce about a wonderful vacation abroad that inspired your design choices.
Just because we need to put our travel plans on pause for a while doesn't mean we can't get inspired by gorgeous destinations and stunning colours. We think that all of us could use some colour in our life right now.
Do you remember the times when you had for tap ware only one colour option available and it was Chrome?! Well, we've come a long way into a world of colours and interesting finishes. Chrome is still an option for many households but when Brushed Nickel hit the market, it was determined to dethrone good old Chrome.
One of the easiest way to add a wow factor to your bathroom is by choosing some amazing looking mirrors. There are so many shapes, colours and frames to choose from and the good thing is that you can easily change it or replace it when you decide to freshen the look or simply try something different.
Do you know the feeling when you are only thinking about a blissful bath time after a long day at work, light some candles and listen to relaxing zen music? Having a bathroom that encourages all that is only a bonus.
Have you noticed sometimes that when you walk into a house and move around, everything kind of makes sense in terms of design. Often we can't put our finger to it what it is that makes us feel like that but it feels right. This is where the power of a well planned flow comes into play.
Most of us are very used to working with square areas where all the walls are the same height and shape, but how does it look like working with spaces that are more challenging and need some creative thinking? Let's have a look.
Maximising work space in the kitchen is something that we hear a lot when designing a kitchen layout. A long kitchen top doesn't necessarily mean that you have a lot of counter space to put all your meal preparation pots and bowls on.