Dining Room Design Ideas with Any Walls
Salt Studio Architecture
The flooring is wormy chestnut, a reclaimed timber from the fire torn Victorian forests
Neil Cownie Architect Pty Ltd
The living room provides direct access to the covered outdoor area. The living room is open both to the street and to the owners privacy of their back yard. The room is served by the warmth of winter sun penetration and the coll breeze cross ventilating the room.
Mesh Design Projects
Open plans living, dining and kitchen area. Off-form concrete ceiling, rendered wall and large format floor tiling
Kaiko Design Interiors
Eclectic mix of new and repurposed furniture and accessories. Large hanging pendants add drama to the double height vaulted ceiling space.
House Design & Construction: Kings Rd Construction Interior Design & Decoration: Emma Mackie, M Interiors Photographer: Jody D'arcy
Split levels - open plan living zone below and a mezzanine Study above - create a soaring atrium topped by a series of skylights that extend along the full width of the building. Photo by Dave Kulesza.
Bella Vie Interiors
This classic Queenslander home in Red Hill, was a major renovation and therefore an opportunity to meet the family’s needs. With three active children, this family required a space that was as functional as it was beautiful, not forgetting the importance of it feeling inviting. The resulting home references the classic Queenslander in combination with a refined mix of modern Hampton elements.
Building Designers Association of Australia
Neche Page’s Beauty Point Project has won the Interiors category of the BDAA Sydney Regional Chapter Design Awards 2020. Page is the director of Living Lot, an award-winning building design studio that provides ideas, concepts and planning approval services to homeowners in Mosman and surrounding areas. Judges praised the design’s nice original fireplace and tasteful opening; deeming the project a quality outdoor remodel that met the challenge of turning an older house into a contemporary family home. They praised Page’s excellent documentation, and the way that her design was addressed by the redistribution of spaces to suit a more modern lifestyle--and the featured use of INEX board in the kitchen.