The answer for the questions about interior design in australia (what are the outstanding features of Australia’s best interior designer?; kitchens black or white?) can be discovered by take a look for inside the houses nominated in the Residential categories for the Australian Interior Design Awards.
There is no steadfast trends forming but exist collective ideas afloat room by room.
The most popular kitchen is the dark or black but can be rather sombre if not given something with extravagant colour for eye-popping highlights. Makes by Make Architecture have pendant offsets yellow cabinetry.
The inspiration came from thinking about how the family who live here enjoy life.
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In the living room American oak timber floorboards in “mink grey” enter via the hallway and wrap around the walls to form extensive cabinetry along one side. Cool polished concrete floors and a central dark red brick fireplace provide contrast, while a soft grey sensational sofa and plush woven floor rugs complement the warmth of so much timber
The bathroom designed by Whiting Architects is a Delightful Argyle-patterned tiling forms a backdrop to complement a freestanding oval bath and large round wall mirror. Whiting Architects have essentially decorated this apartment in a monotone palette of black, white and grey, but this strict colour code is balanced by the use of sensual textures and delightful patterns throughout, and this is particularly evident in the bathroom.
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The bedroom need to be lighting and airy and be decorated in an easy breezy style. Soft grey carpet and checked curtains complement the striped bed, while a headboard of timber planks extends out along the width of the wall, cleverly concealing ample storage. Make the invironment be elegant and ample space.
Andrew Maynard said about the australian house’s “a home where community, art and nature to come together”