A Gallery-Like Family Home

When designing the Colonnade House in Melbourne’s East. Malvern, Splinter Society were tasked with creating a modern, concrete extension for grand Federation-era home. The vision was to bring these two very different architectural styles together into a single cohesive, family home. With a robust materials palette and deep, moody colour scheme, the architects have done just that! The resulting home cleverly balances old and new, and provides the … Continue reading A Gallery-Like Family Home

Buyer beware of the renovated property

Eager property buyers should be extra cautious of recently renovated properties that could be masking serious pest and structural issues in sellers’ haste to capitalise on soaring property markets, according to real estate expert and buyer’s agent Patrick Bright. Mr Bright, who is the author of The Insider’s Guide to Buying Real Estate and director of EPS Property Search, said buyers should be more worried … Continue reading Buyer beware of the renovated property

5 springs must have

5 Spring Must-haves for every Home

Sydney property stylist and interior designer Justine Wilson shares her spring must-haves that not only won’t break the bank but will give your home an instant lift this season. From florals to indoor trees and window dressings and bed linen, there is something for every home, no matter what the budget.  Justine Wilson, founder of Vault Interiors says, ”We’ve made it through to my favourite … Continue reading 5 Spring Must-haves for every Home

Humble beginnings for humble beginners

Essential Insights on Home Renovations As the coronavirus soars to be a global pandemic and is currently affecting each of us right now, the thought of doing some embellishment-vibes to sophisticate our stay-at-home era has been a career path for renovators who wish to secure a spot worth staying for. This idea concurs with the fact that almost all of us, if not in the … Continue reading Humble beginnings for humble beginners