Trends Vol 32 No 3

Bathrooms take centre stage in this latest edition of myTrends HOME – from an expansive master suite with spectacular design features to a more modest guest bathroom for children and adults. We’ve collected some of the latest design and product ideas to help you create the home, kitchen or bathroom you've always wanted.

Home designed with two pavilions makes the most of lake and mountain views

Perched high for views and privacy, this new home is comprised of two pavilions one a social hub, the other a parental retreat Read more

Cube shaped kitchen combines two-tone Poggenpohl cabinetry with stainless steel benchtops

Contemporary kitchen insert includes wine fridges and concealed butler's pantry TIDA Australian Imported Kitchen winner Read more

Light-filled kitchen remodel with glass-faced upper cabinets

Replacing its original dark, galley feel, this renovated kitchen now has a light spacious air, accentuated by suspended, see-through cabinetry Read more

White bathroom with stone floor, minimalist design and dramatic outlooks

Refined bathroom with reflective surfaces, terrazzo floors, floating vanity, freestanding tub and inside-outside flow Read more

Light, white kitchen has adjacent underground wine cellar

Chef's kitchen with in-ground contemporary wine cellar, white cabinetry, stone countertops and large skylights Read more

Formal cabinet door style toned down by rustic design elements

Large country-style kitchen by Berloni New Zealand TIDA award winning design Read more

Dynamic new home design addresses a sloping site with two L-shaped structures

Sliding glass panels, louvres and operable perforated screens contribute to the passive design of this tropical home Read more

Tropical-look bathroom renovation with wood accents

Indonesian spa-type bathroom makeover features macrocarpa batten-clad shower, jarrah bulkhead cover and cedar blinds Read more

White bathroom with angular ceiling and timber-look tiles

Guest bathroom by Natalie Du Bois with irregular ceiling, glass shower front, wood-look tiles, and asymmetrical elements Read more

Upmarket apartment with indoor-outdoor flow to large terrace

This high-end unit features a large inside and outside kitchen, long sightlines and and open plan indoor-outdoor living Read more

One way mirror doubles as a shower screen in this large master suite

Designer Mark Gacesa uses materials, motifs and design elements to connect this master suite's bedroom, dressing room and bathroom Read more

Industrial look bathroom combines rugged surfaces with minimalist aesthetic

Refit in semi-industrial space features concrete, wood, and dramatic black and white theme Read more





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Home Trends Vol. 34/3

The design of our homes – new or renovated – should be an individualistic response to our lifestyle, family set-up and budget. But there are also common requirements we should all aim for – a balance of public and private... Read more

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While we might all have ideas for the home design that we want, consulting a good architect or designer will also open us up to other design possibilities that we haven't thought of.To help get you started on creating the... Read more