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glass, steel, timber. perfect prefab minimalist exterior look
great use of industrial and wood in a narrow site interior space
like the use of glass frames and varying types of wood and cut sizes as external cladding
wood, glass, steel the perfect narrow site design aesthetic
great use of wood on wood to shape a view on a deck
like use of wood on roof curtain overhand mirroring the deck wood exactly. Great balance achieved.
dark wood stain floors are great with white walls, ceilings and especially white sofas/chairs. Has a very lush, hotel chic feel about it with quite a coolish, breezy, chill-out vibe.
has an earthy, stoney, Bali resort feel about it. The use of tile, stone, glass & wood will work perfectly as a seductive en-suite pampering space and provide continuity from outside to inside linking the two seamlessly.
great use of wood as cladding and space separation in a bathroom. Not too dark nor too bright, warm and earthy.
A Bathroom that certainly sets the right sort of indulgent, seductive and peaceful mood.
The dark wood cabinetry and lighter but still quite dark wood floors certainly set the right mood. Grey/Charcoal paint and tiles and you have the right mix. Big shower + Big bathtub + 2 wide spread basins for master en-suite with frosted glass looking into garden and tall ceiling window vent for upper tree-line and sky views.
Nice colour scheme for a bathroom.
Gorgeous use of wood, space separation to a framed nature window. Simple but works wonderfully. Very modern Beach style Australian.
Big Mirrors in a Bathroom look great
Functional, practical, affordable, pretty and moody without overdoing it. Still a bit light and bright, but with some darker tiles, darker woods, grey painted walls it is close to being functionally beautiful and yet still very affordable.
bug mistake with the floor marble and bathtub, but this is a very stylish bathroom with almost all the practical/functional and correct mood elements there.
I do like the tiles in the shower, not the rest.
sexy, moody but a bit too much of the same in wood and there is no ceiling window or interest in the floor.
I like the bathroom's dark grey slate large tiles
good use of ceiling and lookout window with nice wood frames
great wall colour to really soften and mood enhance the room.
great vanity wall tiles.
like the dark floor and cubicle spaces for plates etc
great island benchtop
amazing dark wooden island bench countertop idea
like the dark wooden floor idea, but use a more interesting wood
right layout and use of space but poor choice of wood, oil stain, lighting and floor but nonetheless a very usable base kitchen model in narrow homes with light filled, big window views.
great use of wood in just the right places without drowning in wood
connection of Island to dining table a clever use of space and has a nice balance
A very interesting kitchen
A properly sized island bench/table top that actually is practical
nice use of varying woods
why ceiling high windows illuminate a space and why I like dark wooden floors but if polished and less dark with interesting light and dark brown natural tones in the wood for fab geometric intensity.
its all about the wood/s and their stain and finish and the choosing where and how they are used to make it work properly
elegant and functional, works well in this environment
open shelves and open box/cube shelves when combined could work really well.
why a big island bench and big dining table near each other work so well
woods, glass, white and view, just needs a big, chunky wooden dining table and some white leather sofas in background and its ritzy shmick
a good use of wood in a relatively small space without overdoing it or under-doing it or making it too cheesy or too bright and yellowish
like the wooden floor
fantastic skylight, would be great up top and in studio home
like the earthy mood colours for spaces beyond the kitchen such as living/entertaining spaces and media rooms
love the use of a pale, polished wooden island counter top/bench
doesn't quite work but wood in all its varying textures, tones, shapes and uses certainly make a natural light space with nature views resonate harmony, just needs that wall or ceiling here and there in white and white bench tops to bounce the light up and around
simple yet effective. Dark wooden floors can do great things in a really bright space, but it needs tonnes of light to make it work.
dark wooden floors look great providing the is enough warm, natural light with ceiling windows, white walls and tall ceilings with lookout views for it to work and it must connect to white leather sofas and pale polished chunky dining tables to counterbalance the dark.
A lovely setup and functional view inspired lookout space utilising bi-folds and inside outside living to its full.
Interesting ceiling cladding, could be used in feature spaces like outside where a tall, free standing ceiling really enhances and enriches the warm lights and colours of a stunning sunset facing deck.