Photography by Anna McLeod

The team at Lume Design in Christchurch recently shared some of their interior projects with me – and this recent one was a definite fave: Prebbleton House, designed by O’Neil Architecture. To see more of the master bedroom, that leads to a dressing room and walk-in robe, that leads to this bathroom and shower, visit the Lume Design portfolio.

Photography Adam Gibson

Sisterhood (great name!), a new Hobart eatery designed by Biasol. See more of this space here.

Photography Derek Swalwell

Also by Biasol, Casa Chiaroscuro in Melbourne, inspired by the Italian word chiaroscuro (the painterly technique of employing strong light and shadow to create dimensionality.)

There’s a piece of my heart especially reserved for humble cottage kitchens like this one. I especially love the teeny island – actually a vintage bedroom dresser, re-purposed with an IKEA Hammarp oak counter top.
See more of this sweet space here

An oldie but a goldie: this bathroom – belonging to Villa E, designed by French duo Studio Ko – is a piece of art. I adore those tadelakt walls, and matching vanity with its extra-large, extra-shallow sink; the marble floor; the timber inset shelving; and that giant picture window, taking in the Atlas mountains as you shower. The Moroccan rug is the perfect finishing flourish of warmth – let’s do more rugs in bathrooms, kay?

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