An elegant turn for the better – interiors, furniture
While the interior of this home is strikingly modern, traditional elements subtly reintroduced in unique ways suggest a harmony between new and old
Natural materials help this family kitchen connect with its outlooks – interiors, furniture
As with other interior elements on this renovation, the dining table top connects with the home’s oak veneer cabinetry. The choice of materials also makes it feel very connected to the natural environment beyond the doors and windows
Sailing to the Aegean – furniture
Your cladding and interiors reflect or play off your environment, why not your furniture, too? The choice of oak joinery and leather furnishings provides a relaxed, elegant feel for this grand coastal villa
Home designed with two pavilions makes the most of lake and mountain views–interiors–furniture
A traditional stone wall fireplace, classic furniture and contemporary light fixtures all skilfully combine to create a relaxed living area in a holiday home with expansive mountain and lake views
A weighty steel staircase, deep foundations and a cantilevered spa pool were just three feats requiring major engineering for this home – interiors, furniture
A white wider environment usually calls for pale furniture? Dark living room cabinetry anchors the light-filled, white, open entertainer’s level on the top floor of this harbour view home.
Minimalist, easy-to-clean kitchen has dedicated zones and strong material palette – interiors, furniture
When wood and metal are key materials in your kitchen design it makes good sense to extend that material palette to the adjacent dining table, as with this natural-toned, harmonious kitchen design
Using commercial construction material injects drama into this new home – new home, furniture
Furniture crowding out your hard-won views? Wait! There's another way. A sunken lounge is a feature of this open-plan entertainer’s space in an award-winning home. So, how about the dining area treatment?
Cheetah Plains – game lodge with a difference – hospitality – furniture
One-off Pierre Cronje dining tables, each made from a single sheet of leadwood, establish a central feature in each house. Suspended above them, hand-blown glass chandeliers by Martin Doller reflect and refract the natural light from the surrounding bushveld
Changes in exterior materials and form help define the various zones of this family lakeside home – interiors, furniture
Let your furniture layouts help organise your life! This kitchen’s informal seating area is shaped to accommodate the full family of two adults and six children. Each stool is adjustable to suit the varying heights of the children.
Balancing scale, views and comfort was the biggest challenge in the design of this substantial home – outdoor living, furniture 1
Pick a prime spot for your outdoor dining setting so you and your guests can soak in the views over a long lunch. For great ideas on choices and use, visit the Trends Furniture Hub
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While a bathroom may no longer be regarded as 'the smallest room' in a home, the extra space now allocated to it doesn't necessarily make the design process any simpler. That's because we want so much more in a bathroom these days, as well as retaining+ the sense of space needed for it to be a relaxation zone. So how do you fit everything in to your new bathroom?