A client has given us a small space of 5m x 2.4m to plan a kitchen and dining space. Whilst planning these rooms we needed to consider the rear door of the property along with the lounge room which is adjacent to the space. Good design is all about creating a functional yet stylish space that meets the clients day to day needs. We are really happy with the final plans and 3D vision for this room and hope that our clients are too! What do you think?
Well is seems that it is not Easter weekend at my house unless we are working on some part of our house. And this year is no different, it appears that some termites have raised their ugly heads within our laundry. The up side of this is that I get a new laundry, so I have been busy drawing up some floor plans and elevations! The down side is that I wish it was my ensuite:)
It takes more than just a good colour palette to achieve a fantastic space. The little details do count when planning a new build or renovation. This kitchen has clean lines, crisp edges and striking neutral tones, along with streamlined square edge cabinets to create a continuous line which is almost seamless. This sharp, stylish look also incorporates appliances with angular edges, continuity with the stone bench top also being utilised as the splashback and curved accents, such as the round pendent lights and bar stools. Remember, it is important to use a variety of shapes within a space as it adds interest.
These features create a warm, inviting, yet opulent space with uninterrupted rhythm carrying your eyes around the room.
Get the look of this kitchen with: * Bench tops, London Grey from Caesarstone * Cabinets, Vega Feel from Wilson Art * Bar Stools, Hinkley Swivel available through Lee & Allan Design * Pendant Lighting from Beacon * Alfa Exact Under Mount Sink & * Axon Kitchen Tap from Reece
When it came to updating my 15 year old son's bedroom, I wanted to stay clear of traditional 'boys' colours and themes. Therefore to modernise this space I decided to create some bold simplistic art with water colour crayons. This art work was then digitally printed onto fabric and sewn into custom cushions. Team these cushions with classic black and white chevron bedding, an oversized Lucci decorative globe from beacon lighting and some colourful accessories and you have your self a contemporary teen bedroom.
The only problem now is my 10 year old son wants his bedroom made over. I'd better start thinking.
Your original art work can also be utilised on soft furnishings, so why not contact us at lee and allan design for further information.