Interior Designers are influencing bathroom design and transforming bathrooms into retreats that offer relaxation, luxury and style in both new homes and renovations. With people now spending more time in bathrooms and a list of ‘must haves’ including glamorous freestanding baths, large vanities, creative lighting and luxurious double showers, getting your bathroom design right is now more important than ever.
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.
Today as I was collecting boxes of wallpaper and door hardware from suppliers, I reflected on the number of people who ask me how I manage a project based in Goulburn when I'm based in Canberra. It got me thinking that as an Interior Designer there are a few key traits that make working on 'out of town' projects possible.
After being renovated inside, this 1960's brick house was given a makeover to completely transform its appearance. This house gained street appeal and increased in market value on a limited budget.
Step through the process undertaken to see the result...
Today my clients' gained a clear view of the facade of the new home they are building in Goulburn, a regional town in NSW.
Previously this house has been hidden behind shrubs and temporary fencing allowing only glimpses of the entire facade. It looks amazing and I'm sure I feel as excited about the unveiling as my clients' do. I almost didn't recognise it with its newly poured concrete driveway and gate pillars. This image only shows the right hand side of the house... and yes, it is a rather large single storey house.
Award-winning Interior Designer at Bella Vie Interiors.