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Arts & Crafts
The interior refurbishment of this heritage-listed Arts and Crafts style home required considerable attention to detail. Stained Tasmanian Oak joinery features throughout the interior in reference to the Arts and Crafts design language and traditional wedged tenon joints have been utilised. The rich timber design has been effectively offset with a complementary palette of autumnal hues and peacock blues.
The owner, a writer, required a working library and so a small veranda space was transformed, the bay window extended in order to frame the banquette seating. The library walls have been wrapped with bespoke bookcases and an in-built desk incorporated, which features pull-out writing panels. The bespoke joinery was continued in the kitchen and bathroom design for consistency. Light streams into the kitchen through the new oriel window, while the scullery and laundry are hidden behind a panelled wall.
bespoke joinery, kitchen and bathroom planning, equipment and material specification, interior decoration, finishes, lighting, furniture specification, soft furnishings, exterior colour scheme