Natural light is a major mood booster, not to mention a major selling point in any home. The warm kiss of sunlight indoors will make your space feel bigger, cozier, and way more put together than any dimly lit fluorescent light bulb ever could.
I've been on the hunt for inspiration for our kitchen mini-reno, this marble splashback is definitely ticking my boxes ✔️ from the home of Melbourne interior designer Lynn Cheong for /houseandgarden/ by Cortese Architects
"The washer and dryer units are very deep, so I chose to stack them in the deepest corner of the room," says Triano. "This saved floor space and allowed me turn an ordinary laundry room into a space with multiple functions, or a 'family command center' as
Open shelves in kitchen, but lower! Matching mod cons with traditional style, this Adelaide kitchen features period touches, modern black veneer and warm solid timber, but the biggest surprise is hidden behind the wall.