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Hill Mitchell Berry Architects
evening to discover a few of your finned friends have disappeared. ‘Just because you like certain fish, it doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll like each other!’ warns Roland.
A wider perspective of the bathroom from the other side of the curved wall reveals a heated towel rack, ample bench space and, in the background, part of the glass unit that contains the full-height shower unit. Tip: When it comes to making a statement, think outside the box. Here, the partition is both
Andy Stedman Landscape & Garden design
Town house, Chichester
Set the tableNobody enjoys balancing their drink in one hand and a paper plate in the other, so if you do plan on entertaining this summer, make sure you have enough space at the table. It doesn’t have to be formal, but an alfresco dining area
Ogawa Fisher Architects
water-inspired colour, so it makes perfect sense for it to appear here. Choosing a single shade on one wall and a watery mix from aqua to green on the other zones the shower area and gives definition to the space.
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
Playing with texture. For a unified, contemporary look use the same materials for walls and other garden structures but vary the textures and lines. The unevenly fixed battens on this striking freestanding wall in this Melbourne pool garden are repeated in the walls of the cabana, the link between the
Annapolis Plan at Victoria | Phoenix, AZ
Harness the attention-getting power of red and use it to emphasize interesting architecture or other cool elements. This is a great example of how using small bits of the bold hue in a few places throughout a room creates harmony and balance — tricky to do with a color this dominating.
Chr DAUER Architects
The vintage look of this dark wood upright piano is a wonderful contrast to the other furnishings in this light, bright, modern room.
The dining room meets the other side of the wood partition. The light fixture above the dining table is a custom piece McCullough devised from a sycamore tree branch. After the piece was wired by an electrician, he inserted five LEDs and a remote transformer into the branch. A black iron gas pipe and