HamptonContemporary Dining Room, Melbourne

Kitchen and Dining Room
Photo Credit: Martina Gemmola
Styling: Bea + Co and Bask Interiors
Builder: Hart Builder

This is an example of a contemporary open plan dining in Melbourne with white walls, medium hardwood floors and brown floor. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to Pro Panel: The Secrets to Choosing Art for Tricky Spots9 July 2019

Interior stylist and author Emma BlomfieldAsk an expertIf in doubt, see the advice of a professional, says Blomfield. “The best way to ensure your artwork is suitable for an area that’s likely to be exposed to moisture, food splatters or weather extremes is to speak to the art manufacturer.“If you don’t have access to the manufacturer, do your homework on which types of art work best for the area you’ve chosen,” she says. “For example, bathrooms and laundries can get hot and steamy, so hanging a paper print framed in glass isn’t a good idea as the moisture can get trapped between the paper and glass when the room fogs up. In this case, you’d be much better off with a digitally printed stretched canvas.”

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Julia Fairley added this to Candid Company: How Bask Interiors Creates Homes With Hart9 June 2019

Hampton house renovation, VictoriaHow has your business changed?I took over the business approximately four years ago, and have placed the focus on decorating and styling of homes that people live in rather than sell. To me, this feels like coming full circle from when I first had that idea of creating a sense of ‘home’. I predominately work solo, but have employed design assistance when required and have found the power of collaborating with others in the industry to be both fun and rewarding.

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Vanessa Walker added this to Houzz Tour: A Hamptons-Inspired Bungalow That Blends Old and New28 March 2019

The flooring was also selected to help the home transition from period to modern. “The chevron-patterned floor was chosen to complement the more traditional style of the home,” says Michelle. “Again, the thought was to blend old style with new, so that it flowed well from the front door all the way to the rear. The chevron pattern was the perfect choice to enhance the features and add interest to the floor.”Honed New Grey tundra island benchtop and splashback: Signorino; Ambit Rail pendants above the dining table: Design Stuff; dining table: MuBu Home

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Lucabella Clifford added this to House Styles15 February 2021

Light grey cupboards to brighten a lightless narrow kitchen