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This heart-of-the-matter kitchen is open to the home's various indoor-outdoor spaces while tight internal work triangles aid ease of use

This traditional bathroom is a match for the rigours of a young family while a vibrant feature element is easily swapped out, future proofing the design

The striking angular lines of this two-wing, single-level home provide shelter and lead the eye out to distinct areas of a sprawling seascape

Exterior materials help define the interior use in this home – concrete indicates the public/living spaces, while cedar defines the private spaces

Hungry for storage, the designer of this bathroom built out the vanity wall to allow for discreet drawers and open storage niches behind

While both islands in this kitchen have an industrial accent, they are still dramatically different. The baking island has a marble top and pressed metal and wood finishes, while th...

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In a luxury home full of surprises, the kitchen splashback has one of its own – a television hidden away in the jet black glass 

On this lux seafront home, the steel stair hit an expensive hiccup as council dictates meant it had to be craned in from the far side of the home

Veined marble walls and floors ensure this bathroom is in keeping with its historic home setting – touches like a bronze wall niche, however, are more modern 

When designing your bathroom don't just consider the here and now. Cabinetry position and access were considered in this future-proofed bathing space

Advanced hardware in this kitchen makes sure drawers glide (and don't over extend) and that cabinet doors spring open at a light touch