Home Trends Vol. 33/5
Your new bathroom should be a place that's a pleasure to spend time in, whether that's at the start or end of the day. But what style of bathroom are you looking for – bright white contemporary or one with a more moody ambience?
To help you create the bathroom – or kitchen or home – you've always wanted, we’ve collected some of the latest design and product ideas in this issue of Trends.
Three-level new home features abstract geometric exterior and interior with contrasting flowing features, including a sculptural bridge and feature ceilings throughout Read more
Porcelain panels with the look of marble and a laminate with the look of wood create an upmarket, natural aesthetic for this kitchen with large walk-in pantry Read more
Every element in this distinctive kitchen is a design response to a restriction or challenge the architect faced on the narrow site Read more
A freestanding bath, large format stone-look tiles and a floor-to-ceiling glass shower wall give this bathroom the feel of a five star hotel Read more
This renovation respects the home's heritage past while adding open-plan living space and functionality Read more
A rebuilt bedroom featuring hand-made wallpaper is teamed with a new master bathroom in this brownstone renovation by Matthew Baird Architects and interior designer Jennifer Morris Read more
Trenz Bathroom offers a variety of high-end bathroomware including the new Sharp basins from international brand Simas Read more
Large windows and doors frame the bush setting in this master bedroom makeover part of a whole house remodel by Bijl Architecture Read more
This renovation creates a master ensuite, main bathroom and other rooms in a sympathetic aesthetic and all within a modest footprint Read more
This showhome won three awards at the Waikato Regional Registered Master Builders House of the Year Awards the home is packed with savvy ideas to inspire your own Sentinel Homes-built residence Read more
Prioritise your spending on the form of the shell and keep the interiors as simple as possible says architect Eva-Marie Prineas Read more