Coastal Bathroom with Walk in Robe
Short on space but desperately want a walk in wardrobe? Incorporating a wall of built-ins into your ensuite saves precious space and money and means you’re able to reduce the area that requires tiling in the bathroom. Here we utilised the back of the wardrobe as the bedhead wall and spent so were able to fit more features into a smaller footprint. Follow us on Pinterest and Instagram for more design tips and head to our website for free tip sheets, colour schemes and plans #smallbathroom…
Coastal Walk in Robe | Wool Carpet
If you’ve ever lived in a home where the carpet was a plain block colour, you know firsthand how these types of carpets show up every bit of dirt. The best way to prevent this is by introducing subtle variation in the colour of the yarn. A heathered yarn is yarn composed of various colours which are blended together. It adds another dimension to carpet and helps makes dirt and rubbish more difficult to see. Follow us on Pinterest and Instagram for more design tips #woolcarpet #wir #timber
Classic Coastal Walk In Robe | The Sustainable Carpet Choice for your Home
We’re often asked what carpet fibre we recommend and the answer is almost always wool. One of the overwhelming reasons is because it’s one of the most sustainable carpet choice for homes. But what makes wool, or any product for that matter, sustainable? There’s actually a whole range of factors to take into account. Here’s what you need to consider… Follow us on Pinterest and Instagram for more design tips #wir #woolcarpet #greycarpet #timberwir
A walk-in-robe with dressing table and luxurious wool carpet
Carpet promotes calm in bedrooms as it balances the other mostly hard surfaces of walls and ceilings and adds softness to the space. Here in our Classic Coastal project, we used Cavalier Bremworth Transpire range in colour ‘Arise’. Follow us on Instagram and Pinterest for more design and reno tips, the latest home trends and products.
Point Grey Road by Sophie Burke Design | Global Interiors | est living
Canadian interior studio Sophie Burke Design (SBD) partner with Airey Group to shape an oceanfront site into a family's 'dream home'.