The Queensland Homes Magazine showcases some of best interior design projects. The interior designers that featured in the magazine and their projects are true winning looks for your home. Each uniquely different, but all just fabulous and inspirational. The Aussie Living Blog is now showing you the best Queensland Homes Magazine spaces, which you will certainly love.
Studio Collective uses creativity, an unique approach and plenty of heart to create this contemporary, waterfront home on the Sunshine Coast. The natural elements of timbers and gold accents match together to create a sophisticated space.
Creating a home that’s both elegant while being family friendly is difficult to do, however Rochele Decorating was ready to take on that challenge. A perfect blend of exotic international influences and ultra-modern detailing was the schemes used to create a cozy living room with a family personality.
With views spanning from the hinterland to the ocean, this Gold Coast apartment is the perfect, relaxing escape for its owners, a Sydney couple, to come and retreat with family and friends. Maison Jardin was the responsable to give the space a full renovation to match their breathtaking sights.
According to Queensland Homes Magazine a true inspirational space is this beautifully soft bedroom in a house that wants to capture the best of city and country. Filled with natural tones, silky, velvety textures which creates a sanctuary to unwind in. It’s a true piece of heaven designed by John Croft Design.
Robertsons Design Studio International wanted to enhance the traditional architecture with the modern coziness of a contemporary hotel while creating a signature style in the heritage building that was uniquely Brisbane. And the result is this outstanding Hotel suite, that is a true inspiration.
Returning back to her New Farm apartment after years of living in New York City, Soho Interiors´ client wanted an updated look. Soho Interiors created a light and contemporary space that shouts with life and energy, especially in the master bedroom.
This classic family home bursts with colour, and features stunning elements both structurally and aesthetically, a hallmark style for Rylo Interiors. By adding a variety of soft furnishings and artwork to the living room, it was transformed into a lively space that reflected the owners personality and flair.
Deb Deane, designer and stylist of Asure Design created her own dream coastal home, a private oasis that she could share with her family and loved ones. No stranger to designing homes which embody the oceanic vibe, her inspiration simply began with her love for the water.
This sleek office space utilises transparent furniture allowing the natural light to flood through. The airy chandelier creates interest and texture, while the pop of red in the Philippe Starck chair is the perfect balance of neutral and bold hues. Less certainly is more in this nature-inspired space.
Verandah House has used white with rustic timbers, earthy tones, sumptuous accessories and texture. This combined with a splash of dusty pinks and silver greys make this study a classic, yet chic space.
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