March 13, 2018
Architect Maddalena Vienna of Vienna Design, recently completed the beautiful interior design of a home in Sydney’s Darlinghurst, cleverly incorporating an exterior feature wall of Noce Travertine French Pattern tiles directly off the dining area, and selected Carrara Bianco C Marble and Silver Ocean Marble to use in the bathrooms.
February 20, 2018
Carrara Marble is the definition of exceptional quality. It is beautifully classic Italian with all the style you would ever want.
February 13, 2018
Lavish, luxe and loved. Three words to describe French provincial style which originated in the 1700’s. Originating as the style of the wealthy, think French country manor, it was emulated by the not so wealthy. The result is where the luxe and ornate intersects with organic, rustic charm.
January 9, 2018
What is it about Scandinavian style that makes it still ever so popular? Over the last 10 years ‘Scandi’ style has found its place in the design style files more and more.
October 18, 2017
When it comes to traditional design there is always plenty of history involved. Stately homes in the tradition of Federation, cottage or Victorian style homes including terraces with fretwork, ornate cornice and opaque lighting all come to mind. The much loved Australian favourite, the Queenslander also fits with this genre.
November 14, 2016
Natural stone provides unique character and a distinctive style. It can add an ambience of warmth, of sophistication, a casual elegance or an earthiness that shouts welcome for your dinner guests and patrons! We explore how natural stone has contributed immensely to the atmosphere in the following restaurants and function centre and share their inspiring designs.
February 15, 2016
Marble conjures images of strong, stately ancient structures of historical significance seemingly everywhere throughout Europe & more specifically in Italy.
Fast forward to today where marble is trending and not just in floors and walls. It appears that marble is ever popular. A striking and glamorous stone - from the bolder black marble with strong veining through to the bright white marble with lighter grey veining – marble makes an impact wherever it’s placed.