This kitchen was completed on a minimal budget.  As the kitchen is the main hub of the family home this space can become very cluttered and busy. Keeping the colour palette simple and clean can help make the space feel brighter and larger. It can also stop the space from dating too quickly.


Open shelves were added for extra storage above the stovetop. The simple design adds texture, symmetry and depth to the space while saving on costs for more expensive cabinetry.  The large island bench is both practical and stylish, with an amazing amount of storage and a long breakfast bar for extra seating. This made the space multi-functional, and convenient for food preparation while entertaining friends or supervising children.

Master Bedroom


This bedroom was redesigned for the parents of a young family. Previously the bedroom lacked any depth or texture. The room was a mix of colours and woods making it feel in-cohesive and incomplete. The clients wanted a space they could make their own, that felt separate from the rest of the house.

The overall design for the room was inspired by a favourite print, placed above the bed. Using the image as inspiration, a soft blue was chosen for the walls. This made the room feel instantly fresher and added some depth to the space. The pitched ceiling was a perfect excuse to make a canopy above the bed. This helped to define the bed space and made the overall space to feel more intimate. Texture was added through the variety of bedding fabric and patterns.