Step inside a one-of-a-kind kaleidoscope home in Melbourne’s east: an exceptional Modernist house for a creative family of five reimagined in vivid detail by WOWOWA Architecture.
Besides a vibrant approach to the colour scheme, Shijin Design Consultancy utilised moveable and multi-purpose fixtures to make the communal zones fun and flexible.
What makes this resale flat stand out from the rest is the wonderful mix of industrial, vintage style influences and colour. The Poetus design team also went beyond the usual custom details by repurposing old vintage accents into charming embellishments for the cabinetry.
Create a welcoming, cocooning home with the AkzoNobel Colour of the Year 2018 – Heart Wood. This soft, gentle shade is a particularly great complement to a natural or woody material palette.
From Nippon Paint’s Trend Beyond Colours 2018 range, this invigorating teal hue communicates a sense of adventure and exploration. Layer it on with other intriguing shades from the same blue-green colour family, such as turquoise and marine blue, for a dynamic ombre theme.
The Pantone Color of the Year 2018 is a “dramatically provocative shade”, as put by the leading colour authority Pantone Color Institute. Use this colour to enliven a space or create a sassy and stylish look.
With the help of Joey Khu ID, the owners of this 4-room flat have ventured away from a neutral palette and are now enjoying stylish, colourful interiors.
This house in Melbourne is inspired by the city’s cafe scene and has a bright and friendly neighbourhood vibe, with colourful, communal spaces for entertaining friends and family.
The design of this two-storey house, located in Melbourne, enlists colour, movement and fun, for a cheerful abode for a couple.
Eclectic pops of colour and a generous dose of natural greenery takes the modern-Scandinavian theme to new levels
The homeowners of this 5-bedroom apartment realised their dream home with the help of design firm Weiken.com.
Everything looks better with a touch of colour and this couldn’t be truer for this DBSS flat where D’ Initial Concept linked colourful palettes with a simple Scandinavian-styled backdrop