Home Makeover // Bendigo

Home Makeover // Bendigo

This was another great project we completed with very open and trusting clients who had lived in their home for almost 20 years. It is an architect designed home that they just didn't feel was furnished to its full potential. They were open to flipping the way they used the spaces and changing things up a bit. Let me walk you through the changes...

Gallery It all started with a fresh coat of paint, the gorgeous limestone tiles on the floor were definitely staying so we chose a lovely warm white from Haymes that works well with them. The clients had such an interesting collection of artworks it would be criminal not to reuse them, so we did but just in different ways. They also had a wall opposite the kitchen full of interesting little pidgeon holes that they had no idea what to display in them. We came up with a collection of glass vases that look amazing. All different shapes, colours and textures contrast nicely with the new paint colour.

As you walk through the home you head towards the gorgeous outdoor space, the clients had been using this area as their dining area but after lots of discussion we decided to flip the room usage and make this area the family room. We added a large custom Molmic Dempsey sofa that is oriented towards the outdoors and the tv which is housed under a custom 3m long timber floating tv unit.
This area has become the clients new favourite place for the family to hang out.
Molmic Dempsey sofa


The new dining area once had inset sisal carpet that butted up to the limestone tiles. We suggested they rip out the sisal and replace it with dark floorboards to give contrast. It was then the perfect choice to add a custom oak dining table (3m oval) which looks perfect, new sheers behind, automated blinds and we recovered their existing dining chairs in this gorgeous houndstooth fabric with black contrast piping. I am sure you will agree that the result is very striking.

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