Bayside Apartments, Brighton, MelbourneContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
Our creative team of architects and interior designers understand how to minimize the separateness between interiors and outdoors via elements such as large windows, creating light-filled and airy spaces.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. All-grey everythingThe look that combines concrete floors with concrete benchtops and grey walls has seen its day. What was once viewed as sleek and stylish can now feel cold and dated. Greige, a warmer combination of grey and beige, is emerging as the neutral colour du jour.
19. Location: Brighton, VictoriaWhy we love it: A huge picture window visually extends the footprint of this small bathroom into the garden outside. An inspired design by Rob Mills Architects and Interior Designers.
Architect Steve Rose of Steve Rose Architect7. Blunder: Having an unrealistic budget People often pluck budget figures from strange places. The worst scenario in my view is when they base their figures on low-quality, mass-produced project homes they’ve seen in the newspaper. These figures are unrealistic when compared with high-quality, bespoke homes.