SOUTH COOGEE - HouseContemporary Bedroom, Sydney

This room plays off a white backdrop against textures, recycled timbers and soft grey accessories. Add the faux fireplace and the room is made for sweet dreams!
Photography by Sue Murray - imagineit.net.au

Contemporary bedroom in Sydney with white walls and dark hardwood floors. —  Houzz
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Bec Gib wrote:25November,2014
  • Tyger-Lee
    5 years ago

    Can you tell me where this rug is from?

  • PRO
    CAPITAL BUILDING
    5 years ago

    This rug is a thick lush shag style rug which I think most rug stores can access. We purchased this one from Moore Rugs in the Supa Centre Moore Park, Sydney


Jackie Hemson wrote:10March,2014
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    CAPITAL BUILDING
    5 years ago
    The shelf was custom built - but it was simply a thick MDF that was slightly routered on the edges and painted white and it has been a great piece!
  • PRO
    CAPITAL BUILDING
    5 years ago
    Thanks for the compliment D.R. Gordon Building!
wigglesgiggles wrote:17November,2015
  • Tenia Calamia
    4 years ago
    what about your skirting boards what white did you use
  • PRO
    CAPITAL BUILDING
    4 years ago

    Same again - I love that crisp white!

zedlynett wrote:22November,2014
  • bel346ind
    5 years ago
    Can you give me a close up of the angle trim ? We are just installing in our apartment and it sounds like a good idea
  • PRO
    CAPITAL BUILDING
    5 years ago
    I have taken a photo of the trim and uploaded into our South Coogee project. I hope this helps!
Julia wrote:28April,2016
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    CAPITAL BUILDING
    4 years ago

    Thanks - we love these beds too! We designed them and our team made them. I am working on a downloadable plan so stay tuned!

Shelby Growcott wrote:24January,2016
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    CAPITAL BUILDING
    4 years ago

    The best solution I can give you for a short run wall like this is to connect one line of boards and then connect them all in together. I hope this helps! If you have any other problems let me know as I want it to work for you.

hiccup4 wrote:16January,2016
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    CAPITAL BUILDING
    4 years ago

    The floor is an engineered laminate floor. It is a stunning wide board
    with texture to the touch. It is a commercial grade so wears amazingly
    well. The product is Kronotex, the range is Mammut and the colour is
    Capital Oak. A truly beautiful product!

Heather wrote:2November,2014
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    CAPITAL BUILDING
    5 years ago
    Would you believe it if i said it is just white straight out of the can! It gives you that crisp art gallery white feel without any unwanted hues affected by tints. I have used it on a number of projects and we are never disappointed.

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Ashling Kwok added this to Pro Panel: 8 Ways to Add Luxury to Your Master Bedroom13 February 2018

6. Choose a luxurious rugRugs are another way to add an indulgent feel to your master bedroom. A gorgeous rug is not only a stylish accent in a room, it also boosts comfort underfoot.“Rugs under the bed are a great way to introduce texture and luxury to a room,” says Oldham. “Handmade low-pile rugs make you feel like you are walking on soft clouds of cotton balls. They are perfect for stepping onto when you are getting out of bed on a cold winter’s day.”Connors recommends adding a woven rug in a muted colourway and a simple, monochromatic design as this will bring understated elegance to your bedroom – while feeling fabulous beneath your feet. “A beautiful, chunky knitted-wool rug adds a sense of luxury with its over-scale weave, while a style with a blend of wool and art silk will add a luxurious sheen to the space,” adds Wigginton.Finding the Right Size Rug for Any Room in the House

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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Buy Online Furniture With Confidence?4 December 2017

Timber laminate: Timber laminate furniture has a printed surface that mimics real wood. It is generally made from plastic that is bonded to a composite base. It’s the most affordable of the three materials mentioned, and is best kept for trend items that you are happy to replace within a few years.

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Pia Sinha added this to Keep Cosy This Winter: A Buyer's Guide to Heaters22 June 2017

Reverse-cycle air conditionersA ducted reverse-cycle system will provide a more permanent solution for your heating and cooling requirements and can be a more energy-efficient choice when compared with other electric heaters. However, installation costs are high. Tip: For open-plan living areas and bedrooms, reverse-cycle air conditioning is highly desirable. But, if you experience a mild winter at best, or if you’re renting, this is not for you.

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Louise O'Bryan added this to Be Gone! Clever Ways to Disguise Your Air Conditioner6 March 2017

Similarly, a ducted system fitted into a lowered ceiling can help bring focus to a statement piece, such as an elegant bed. The system then becomes an architectural element in its own right.14 ceiling treatments that will make you want to look up

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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Ann Paisner added this to Bedroom4 days ago

Like the wood walk and floating nightstands

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Nitasja du Plooy added this to Nitasja's Ideas4 days ago

Accent wall with bedside tables

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Dianne Bartelloni added this to Outdoor living5 days ago

Fire place and window and ceiling

magumbasauce
Matt McGovern added this to Master Bedroom Wish List5 days ago

This is a nice master bedroom. Peaceful colors, built-in nightstands on the wall, windows high enough to give light but not need to be drawn. I don't know what that pile of wood is on the shelf, though. [It's a mock fireplace, pretty dumb]