Our homeowners had recently purchased this off-the-plan home. There was one consistent problem throughout their home and it was poor quality and execution. For a brand new home it was already falling apart. We now had the opportunity to fix the previous mistakes to make this home their own. And in doing so, inject personality and the highest of quality in materials and workmanship.
For this young professional couple we wanted to evoke a moody interior that felt warm and inviting. We captured this aesthetic through the use of ebony timber floor and cabinet fronts. Walnut timber warms the space while the brass elements in the pendant lights and kickboards add that dynamic spark needed.
The layout of this open plan room is the hero of the project. Given the area we had to work with was long and narrow, we were able to create five separate zones without the use of walls. The kitchen, dining, lounge, formal sitting and alfresco area all relate to one another whilst still be distinctly different.
A note from the owners:
My wife and I had an amazing experience with Birdblack Design. Sarah and her team came up with innovative design options and managed the entire process from start to finish. The team were highly collaborative and the trade partners were excellent always looking for better solutions, and were passionate about the quality of workmanship.
Interior Design & Management: Birdblack Design
Build: Graeme Carberry Builder
Joinery: Marlix Bespoke Furniture &Joinery
Photography: The Palm Co
Videography: Pipewolf Media