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Bunya Project

Perched at the top of a hill and surrounding by lush greenery lies this gorgeous family home. 

The brief was to create a slightly more contemporary version of the existing spaces, with a focus on creating a light, fresh and calming interior.  

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Chermside West Project

Our goal for this project was to create a beautiful blend of fun and sophistication starting from the renovation of the kitchen, through to the billiards room and living rooms.

We wanted to respect this family's home of 25 years and create a timeless and elevated design that can be enjoyed for a further 25+ years to come!

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Norman Park Project

This home was a dream to work with. We had the pleasure of styling this incredible architectural Hamptons-inspired home for a magazine shoot.

The brief was to keep it neutral and fresh, with a blend of contemporary elements to elevate the existing Hamptons vibe.

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Hendra Project

A dreamy architectural home in the leafy suburbs of Hendra called for a blend of classic and contemporary elements to tie in with our client's cool and eclectic style.

The result, we think, is a sophisticated and eye-catching interior.

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Lutwyche Project

This sweet family home was given the Little White Label "zhuzh", styled and ready for sale for the next family to fall in love with. 

We wanted to highlight the beautiful character of the home and created a neutral and fresh interior that showcases family living at its finest. 

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Bardon Project

We had the pleasure of styling this beautifully-renovated home, executed by the team at Comoda Renovations.

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#17 Shea Residences

A beautiful townhouse bathed in natural light, we wanted #17 of the luxurious Shea Residences to embrace the warmth of its surroundings.


A focus on texture with beige, grey and a hint of black feature throughout the main living spaces for sophisticated appeal. Dusty blush and greens feature in the large bedrooms upstairs for a subtle pop of colour.

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Wavell Heights

Our clients - a beautiful family of three - wanted a fresh contemporary Hamptons look for their new home. 

We selected a colour palette of soft blues and greys to be featured throughout the home, complemented by white and light timber accents. 

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Our clients purchased this gorgeous Hamptons home, however didn't want to have the usual coastal look throughout the interior.

We had a transitional modern farmhouse style in mind and opted for a neutral base with pops of black to add the depth desired for this family home.

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Wilston Project

This gorgeous young family was moving on from their inner-city contemporary home after six years, so we absolutely had to do it justice! 

We really wanted to highlight the cool, contemporary and sophisticated look of the home by adding punchy black abstract patterns and balancing it out with neutrals for a warm and inviting aesthetic that can appeal to any prospective buyer.

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Taringa Project

The kitchen is the hub of the home and for our client, this is definitely the case. 

The brief was to create a light-filled kitchen that blends a traditional and contemporary look.

We opted for sky-high cabinetry to maximise the high ceilings as well as an oversized island bench with a pilaster leg for added detail.

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Shea Residences

We wanted to complement this luxurious property by focusing on texture and plush decorative accents to maximise a chic and sophisticated look.

White, grey, muted blues and blush were used to incorporate some colour without overpowering the space. 


Hamilton Project

Dusty blue and seafoam green were used in our lovely clients' luxury riverfront apartment. 

We wanted to create a serene space from start to finish and think that the combination of these colours and the textural elements selected achieve this.

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The views of Kangaroo Point and South Bank from the 25th floor of one of Brisbane's most sough-after properties is one that needs to be celebrated. With this in mind, we opted for a neutral base with accents of soft greens to tie in with the green vista.


Mango Hill

It was important for this young family to have a calming environment to surround themselves with. 

A neutral base was used for a timeless look, with the addition of muted blues featured in the main living areas and master bedroom to evoke a sense of calm.