This L-shaped concrete family home embracing a pool and outdoor entertaining space has stark modern lines tempered by timber tones and soft furnishings. The standout mural is by Lucas Grogan. Style set in concrete by .
Over the past few weeks I have been dipping in and out of the portfolio of for kitchen inspiration. Today I’m back again with a streamlined design that mixes old and new, light and dark all with accents of on trend brass and a touch of retro.
With its decadent mix of contemporary and traditional, deep, dark, dramatic colours balanced by calming white and stunning Sydney Harbour views this over the top Darling Point apartment spans the top floor of a 1930’s grand home. One moment over the top, the next calming and restful. With a hectic work weekend ahead of me this is my virtual escape. I need to spoil myself. You can too. is part of the group.
I have been trying to convince my husband for months now that brass fixtures are HOT. So far I have been unsuccessful, even after showing him the following photos of interior designer ‘s newly renovated kitchen, which is GORG! The existing cabinets were resprayed with Benjamin Moore’s 2062-20 Gentleman’s Grey which has alot of blue undertones. It’s beautiful against the marble counter and backsplash. And to make this kitchen extra special, a faucet with a beautiful custom brass finish and existing cabinet pulls were electroplated to match. They even work with the stainless appliances. I’m sold!
I’m obsessed with gold/brass accents. Mix it with some marble and it’s pretty freaking sexy if you ask me. 🙂 Via .