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Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
7 Reviews
KidSpaces by TBL
Ideabooks902
Questions5
Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
Great architectural interest, love the built in and no closet
“Kitchen bathroom look” — bridgetquaid
Interiors By Darren James
Clayfield Ensuite
Ideabooks63
Questions0
Clayfield’s architectural history. The brief… Like many of the residents of Clayfield the owners are a professional middle aged couple and my client a female high court barrister. Whilst the home boasts a spacious master bedroom ensuite, my client desired a bathroom of her very own – her own ‘personal sanctuary’
existing architecture we retained the raked ceiling and kept the original cornice, timber doorways and windows intact. Echoing the style of the home we drew inspiration from the existing ‘lady of spring’ leadlight window from the original home. Setting the theme of the space the stunning piece of artwork
original architecture. But this design is proof that this can be achieved by creating a modern layout, layering classic finishes with contemporary forms. The end result is a bathroom that possesses everything the client desires as well as reflects the personality and spirit of this beautiful home.
“tile” — avav1
ROWLAND BROUGHTON ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN
2 Reviews
DB1
Ideabooks5
Questions0
their architectural skills. Two bedrooms and one-and-a-half baths were reconfigured to create two bedrooms and two full baths. The interior’s palette of contrasting wood against cream walls highlights the millwork to create a modern and bold look.
BROUGHTON ARCHITECTURE & URBAN DESIGN
“long skinny mirror” — suzbanchy
Interiors By Darren James
Clayfield Ensuite
Ideabooks73
Questions0
Clayfield’s architectural history. The brief… Like many of the residents of Clayfield the owners are a professional middle aged couple and my client a female high court barrister. Whilst the home boasts a spacious master bedroom ensuite, my client desired a bathroom of her very own – her own ‘personal sanctuary’
existing architecture we retained the raked ceiling and kept the original cornice, timber doorways and windows intact. Echoing the style of the home we drew inspiration from the existing ‘lady of spring’ leadlight window from the original home. Setting the theme of the space the stunning piece of artwork
original architecture. But this design is proof that this can be achieved by creating a modern layout, layering classic finishes with contemporary forms. The end result is a bathroom that possesses everything the client desires as well as reflects the personality and spirit of this beautiful home.
“Master bath warming towel rack” — daisyb99
Interiors By Darren James
Clayfield Ensuite
Ideabooks101
Questions0
Clayfield’s architectural history. The brief… Like many of the residents of Clayfield the owners are a professional middle aged couple and my client a female high court barrister. Whilst the home boasts a spacious master bedroom ensuite, my client desired a bathroom of her very own – her own ‘personal sanctuary’
existing architecture we retained the raked ceiling and kept the original cornice, timber doorways and windows intact. Echoing the style of the home we drew inspiration from the existing ‘lady of spring’ leadlight window from the original home. Setting the theme of the space the stunning piece of artwork
original architecture. But this design is proof that this can be achieved by creating a modern layout, layering classic finishes with contemporary forms. The end result is a bathroom that possesses everything the client desires as well as reflects the personality and spirit of this beautiful home.
“Tiles” — Sarah Maher
Interiors By Darren James
Clayfield Ensuite
Ideabooks51
Questions0
Clayfield’s architectural history. The brief… Like many of the residents of Clayfield the owners are a professional middle aged couple and my client a female high court barrister. Whilst the home boasts a spacious master bedroom ensuite, my client desired a bathroom of her very own – her own ‘personal sanctuary’
existing architecture we retained the raked ceiling and kept the original cornice, timber doorways and windows intact. Echoing the style of the home we drew inspiration from the existing ‘lady of spring’ leadlight window from the original home. Setting the theme of the space the stunning piece of artwork
original architecture. But this design is proof that this can be achieved by creating a modern layout, layering classic finishes with contemporary forms. The end result is a bathroom that possesses everything the client desires as well as reflects the personality and spirit of this beautiful home.
“Tile” — plordon
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
8 Reviews
Interiors of the Mill Neck Residence
Ideabooks114
Questions3
Interiors of the Mill Neck Residence
Interior photos by Phillip Ennis Photography.
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design The Vanity was custom designed by us and fabricated by a local millworker. It is a Mahogany veneer with custom mixed stain and sealer coat. The top is Ceasar Stone
Narofsky Architecture + ways2design
“Dressing table” — jojogogreen
Interiors By Darren James
Clayfield Ensuite
Ideabooks37
Questions0
Clayfield’s architectural history. The brief… Like many of the residents of Clayfield the owners are a professional middle aged couple and my client a female high court barrister. Whilst the home boasts a spacious master bedroom ensuite, my client desired a bathroom of her very own – her own ‘personal sanctuary’
existing architecture we retained the raked ceiling and kept the original cornice, timber doorways and windows intact. Echoing the style of the home we drew inspiration from the existing ‘lady of spring’ leadlight window from the original home. Setting the theme of the space the stunning piece of artwork
original architecture. But this design is proof that this can be achieved by creating a modern layout, layering classic finishes with contemporary forms. The end result is a bathroom that possesses everything the client desires as well as reflects the personality and spirit of this beautiful home.
“ceiling moulding” — vanessence
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