It’s our last Spaces of the year, so let’s make it a bumper, shall we? I love the simple but warm styling here. What caught my eye especially was those extra height curtains (the sense of greater space and extra elegance they give this space), and the super-tassel keyring on the door. Love little surprise touches like this!
Really like the shiplap cladding on the cabinetry (not something I’ve seen a lot, surprisingly?), the choice of the super slim matte white handles (and the choice of no handles) and a hidden fridge, always. Bonus points for the custom olive green kitchen island, the perfect counter to all that white.
Look, I feel as AWKWARD as you do about that bust in the kitchen, ok – but I just really wanted to share that cooktop.
(Also, those arched windows with the extra-deep, marble-topped ledges are incredibly beautiful). Can anyone tell me, is this sort of cooktop doable in New Zealand with the prods we have available?
This bodes well. It bodes very well indeed. These are preview images of Hampden by RMA, a boutique development by Australian, nay international, design leaders Rob Mills Architects. Can’t wait to see the final apartments. Hang on, can you fairly call them ‘apartments’ when they’re this special? Extra for experts: take a look at the incredible exterior.
Catherine Heraghty (The Stables) always creates such incredible bathrooms.
Predicting glass bricks will be making a come back in 2020.
This bathroom packs loads of dimension and visual interest into a small space, using texture rather than colour.
I particularly love the the slight pinky tone of the large format wall tiles, and the matte speckled texture of the bath outer.
What do we think of the cut-out handle in the sliding glass door? I like! Credit for this lovely bathroom goes to Renotech.
Styling and photography by Nat Spada of The Palm Co. See more of this home here.
Photography by Nat Spada (The Palm Co)
Still obsessed with a white finger tile. If you love a good laundry, see more of this one here.
LOVE this pink-marble-topped table from Harper’s Project
And this Artwork by Ash Holmes
ADORE this super-thick benchtop and custom sink, and the splash back, and the narrow/edge-like timber shelving.
Photography and Styling by The Palm Co
Well there you have it! A whole year of Spaces perused; I hope you were as inspired as I was. Wishing you a safe and super happy holiday, and I’ll be back for a whole new decade of design and interior goodness.