A unique project with pared back, industrial interiors and finishes that look like they belong on a building site make a statement in this Canberra AirBNB.
Builders D3 Projects approached Bella Vie Interiors to design and document the industrial style kitchens, bathrooms and bedroom storage for this very unique property in Canberra. The client's brief was to create a pared back, industrial interior with a finishes that looked raw and unfinished.
The client was very hands on with the selection of fixtures and fittings and had a clear vision from the outset. Bella Vie Interiors designed custom joinery from black ply and timber with simple drilled holes to the fronts instead of handles. The raw timber look tile makes a dramatic statement in the wet areas. Brace board, corrugated iron and concrete are used extensively throughout to create the desired aged, industrial aesthetic.
The builders worked very closely with the client to ensure every detail met their vision to create a unique interior to suit their needs.
See more of this unique project here.
Credits: Images by Nathan Lanham Photography; Builder: D3 Projects
An exciting day here as builders commence work on another of my Interior Design projects. This time I'm working with Canberra Builders, D3 Projects on a house renovation in the lovely Canberra suburb of Griffith.
Today being Day 1 on site, I thought I'd surprise Rich and the boys with some home baked Banana Bread this morning.
As you can see from the inside image of the house, we have a unique living space to work with making this a really exciting project for both D3 Projects and Bella Vie Interiors. It's not often you come across homes that have been hand-crafted to the level of detail in this one.
Our clients are amazing and such a joy to work with, embracing innovative new design concepts into a home that has essentially remained unchanged for three decades. Many aspects of the home having been crafted by the client as practical solutions to improve functionality.
On this project both builder and interior designer have collaborated to create a design that meets the clients' needs to improve the thermal properties of the space and enhance it aesthetically. Our clients are excited and so are we, and now that I've worked out that morning tea goes a long way to keeping the tradies happy I think I'm on the way to becoming their favourite Interior Designer.
I look forward to sharing updates on our Griffith project as the renovation progresses.
See more Interior Design projects by Bella Vie Interiors here and by Builders, D3 Projects, here.
Award-winning Interior Designer at Bella Vie Interiors.