Rebecca Naughtin Architect
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Rebecca Naughtin Architect commented on a discussion: Hi, what is the lovely stone used for the splashback?
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Hi Nicole, the stone is Ceasarstone ‘Clamshell’. We use the same for the tops as well and though it worked well with the polished concrete floors. Good luck with your project, Rebecca
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Rebecca Naughtin Architect commented on a discussion: our home is small in Lalor 3075 needs upgrades
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Hi Patricia, if there is a chance you could call me I could discuss your project further as I need a lot more info to give you accurate feedback. 0421 066 452. All the best, Rebecca

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Rebecca Naughtin Architect commented on a discussion: Love the wall behind the bed!
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Hi Becky - it is spotted gum - recycled from the original building. All the best with your project. Rebecca

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Rebecca Naughtin Architect commented on a discussion: Hi there! Could you tell me from where the sliding door is sourced?
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Hi Emily, I wish I knew to be able to tell you. We specified Capral Commercial Suite frames with double glazing for these windows - in Woodland Grey powder coat finish.

All the best with your project. Rebecca

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Rebecca Naughtin Architect commented on a discussion: What stain was used on the stairs? It’s gorgeous!
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Hi - thanks for the compliment! We love this stair too - and pleased that no stain was used. The timber is blackbutt and finished in a water based polyurethane. All the best with your project, Rebecca

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Rebecca Naughtin Architect commented on a discussion: What are the symbols of power points and down lights
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Anne Miller

Thank you so much, that is so helpful. Hope it helps other people too.



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Hi, I have attached the electrical legend, I have. Slightly different to other. Maybe different states have variations.
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Rebecca Naughtin Architect commented on a discussion: love the chairs
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Hi Nancy Ben,

I'm not completely sure however I've had some assistance and think this is best match - Carl Hansen & Son CH33T Dining Chair. If you head into Grandfather's Axe or someone who works with Scandi originals, they will be best in sourcing something for you. Good luck - and please let me know if you find a perfect match! Kind regards, Rebecca

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Rebecca Naughtin Architect commented on a discussion: where are those beautiful chairs from?
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Hi Nancy,
I’ve search high and low and cannot find the exact designer however Grandfathers Axe here in Northcote, Melbourne have a great collection of dining chairs with similarities. I suggest danish, Kai Kristiansen, even though these often have pointy arm rests, or Hans Wegner - at least inspired. Good luck with your hunt. Rebecca
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Nancy Aksiyote

Thank you Rebecca. Sorry Im just seeing this now but Im still looking for the chairs so all good!! Its very helpful!

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Rebecca Naughtin Architect commented on a discussion: cladding
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This is VM Zink in anthracite finish. Happy designing. Regards, Rebecca

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Rebecca Naughtin Architect commented on a discussion: I like to look of the floor :)
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Hi Bryan,

These are actually solid baltic pine timber floorboards. Most are original however we did have to source some from a recycler to patch. The finish is a gloss polyurethane at the request of our clients as it is hard wearing.

Good luck with your project. Regards, Rebecca

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