Luke and Cody added a study zone to the living area. The Everline oak desk from Matt Blatt makes this a simple, stylish space. Oak Quick Step flooring features throughout.
Living and dining area
Simplicity reigns in this Scandinavian delight: a small Forte dining table brings practicality while hitting the house rule. A replica Grant Featherston armchair adds extra seating. All products from Matt Blatt.
Fil and Joe’s simple design worked really well in this compact kitchen. The white subway tiles and blond wood suit the Scandinavian vibe, while a benchtop in Caesarstone Snow and wall oven by Electrolux added a touch of luxury.
Glossy white cabinetry is simple, practical and highly effective – providing ample storage space.
Decked out in blue tiles and decorated with greenery, the breakfast nook helps make this tiny kitchen a more social space.
Claire and Hagan designed a lovely bedroom; the simplicity of the bedlinen from Adairs is a calming choice, and the hand-painted wall art is a charming, personal touch. Lamps and pendant from Beacon Lighting.
The black and white tiles Fil and Joe finally settled on from Beaumont Tiles were definitely the right choice, taking this small bathroom to the next level. The Duravit vanity and toilet both came from Bathe, and lighting from Beacon.
Wrapping the black and white tiles from Beaumont Tiles from the floor up the wall of the shower stall created a beautiful feature that didn’t overwhelm the space. The showerhead is by Hansgrohe from Bathe.
The kids’ room was designed by Claire and Hagan, who kept things simple with linen from Adairs. The choice is cleverly gender neutral, which means any child can feel instantly at home.