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Harwyn Designer Pod
Spend time in a ‘pod’Conceived by architects, Harwyns are Australian-designed, standalone prefabricated studio ‘pods’ that can be installed in your backyard for use as an office, spare room, studio, hangout, you name it. Designed especially for the harsh Aussie climate, the pods stay warm in winter and
and keep cool in summer with minimal energy consumption. They are available in a variety of colours and finishes – the reflective metallic one shown here makes it appear to blend into the surrounds.
Ian Moore Architects
Keeping the range of colors in a room to a minimum in turn created simplicity in its design.
designer who is suggesting what to drop (try to trust them!). You can always put these ideas or that bright zigzag wallpaper sample away for another time, you might find that 12 months down the track you won’t like it anymore anyway.
LDa Architecture & Interiors
Tudor Addition Mudroom Dog House
What is so stylish about keeping a dog in a wall cave?
Liz Prater Design Home
moments on the field) before the full-time siren sounds.When it comes to shape and size, L-shaped or U-shaped lounges that seat several people are great options, as they provide plenty of room for multiple football fans to sprawl out during the match – just remember to keep those who support opposing teams
Luisa Interior Design
Norman Park Project
It's cool and I'm a minimalist, but not sure if I could handle keeping this place clean!
Colour every time x
Kim Duffin for Sublime Architectural Interiors
farmhouse sink and cup pulls on cabinetry makes your home feel time-honored and authentic.
8. Hardwood timberLong-lasting and environmentally friendly with a heap of character tossed in, timber flooring acts as a natural insulator that keeps you toasty during winter and cool throughout summer. Here,
The New Farmhouse
happy yellow kitchen is offset nicely with grey, and is bold enough to brighten anyone’s day. Be sure to test different shades of yellow at various times of day before deciding on the right one for your kitchen. A sunny yellow can look vastly different once night falls and the lights go on to when sunlight
opportunities to grow. The brighter the better in your kitchen, but you know when to draw the line. Tempering all that colour with some darker tones keeps your feet on the ground.