Jewels Calacatta Reale - Available at Ceramo Tiles
A collection inspired by fine marble, the Jewels range replicates all the timeless elegance of natural stone and combines it with the technical advantages of porcelain.
Available in a wide range of designs and formats. Gorgeous slim shelving hanging from ceiling, slim benchtop - michellearcher
Tatjana Plitt i love this look. modern, contemporary yet mid-century, but not boxy, not rabbit warren. open plan. I love the wood paneling on the ceiling, the cupboards, island etc. and the chairs. - irene_vano
Traditional joinery to compliment this character filled home.
Every detail counts in this beautiful Roseville home. Shaker style cabinets in 1/4 strength Antique White USA add to the feeling of light and space in this large open plan area. Loads of practical solutions such as: a pull out corner unit, bifold windows, recycling bins, a separate prep and storage area with a bar fridge and a multi function cool drawer ensure this entertainers kitchen can handle a busy work load. 'Concreto Avorio' benchtop by Smartstone. Antique pewter knobs by MOMO. Designed by LJW Design. Joinery by Woodstock Industries
The interior design aesthetic for this kitchen was sleek and modern. A strong palette of black, charcoal and white. Sleek concrete Caesarstone bench tops, recycled timber island bar back. VJ cladding and a porcelain sheet splash back. Black sink and tap wear. Built by Robert Paragalli, R.E.P Building. Joinery by Impact Joinery. Wall cladding by Joe Whitfield. Photography by Hcreations. Wood to tie in with barn door - webuser_18940458142
This ranch was a complete renovation! We took it down to the studs and redesigned the space for this young family. We opened up the main floor to create a large kitchen with two islands and seating for a crowd and a dining nook that looks out on the beautiful front yard. We created two seating areas, one for TV viewing and one for relaxing in front of the bar area. We added a new mudroom with lots of closed storage cabinets, a pantry with a sliding barn door and a powder room for guests. We raised the ceilings by a foot and added beams for definition of the spaces. We gave the whole home a unified feel using lots of white and grey throughout with pops of orange to keep it fun.
This 1966 contemporary home was completely renovated into a beautiful, functional home with an up-to-date floor plan more fitting for the way families live today. Removing all of the existing kitchen walls created the open concept floor plan. Adding an addition to the back of the house extended the family room. The first floor was also reconfigured to add a mudroom/laundry room and the first floor powder room was transformed into a full bath. A true master suite with spa inspired bath and walk-in closet was made possible by reconfiguring the existing space and adding an addition to the front of the house.