Tatjana Plitt Photography overlooking the pool window seat and its integrated into the shelves for the media room can do a double window detail above it this frame is too expensive ad have a bifold - strathclyde
Engaged by the client to update this 1970's architecturally designed waterfront home by Frank Cavalier, we refreshed the interiors whilst highlighting the existing features such as the Queensland Rosewood timber ceilings.
The concept presented was a clean, industrial style interior and exterior lift, collaborating the existing Japanese and Mid Century hints of architecture and design.
A project we thoroughly enjoyed from start to finish, we hope you do too.
Photography: Luke Butterly
Construction: Glenstone Constructions
Tiles: Lulo Tiles
Upholstery: The Chair Man
Window Treatment: The Curtain Factory
Fixtures + Fittings: Parisi / Reece / Meir / Client Supplied
Coco Black living spaces are characterised by a moody colour palette that embraces rich colours and textures. Saturate your interior in deep muted colour tones. Styled in the Metricon Hampshire Show Home in Essendon, VIC. nice rug - ctchiwona