New Zealand TIDA Homes

For more than 30 years, Trends has promoted great home design ideas through its print, digital and online media.

The Trends International Design Awards – TIDAs – take that involvement to the next level with the search for the best kitchens, bathrooms and homes across a number of the countries where Trends has a presence.

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Dark and intriguing from the street, inside this home is a world of refined surfaces, ergonomic flow and a kitchen appropriately fit for a celebrity chef

Vertical cladding and thoughtful placements of windows have allowed this new home in Campbell's Bay, Auckland, to soak up the views while retaining a sense of p...

With design nods to early settler cottages and leading spaces trained on the views, this snug, modern home is all about embracing its ...

Pools aren't just for swimming in, they're for looking at, too. This house makes the most of its water feature, situating it right under the...

Notice this kitchen's task lighting? No? And neither would anyone in the adjacent lounge. In a bid to downplay functionality, this kitchen has recessed LED strip lighting t...

Rounded basins add a soft touch to this otherwise linear bathroom. Not sure what works best for your space? Check out the Trends Basins &...

Mountain homes naturally shore up against the same alpine weather that makes their outlooks so beautiful. This home takes it all a step further – eliminating thermal bridging is just one of its war-on-cold strate...

A large entertainment space within a glass and concrete home might not seem that easy to heat. However, an elongated wall gas fire in th...

This contemporary seaside home makes the very most of the beauty of our planet and also gives back via a sustainable design ethos

A nod to appropriate farm architecture and shaped by the owners' requests, this family home's barn-like profile conceals a decidedly contemporary interior

This expansion offers material and aesthetic links to the existing home – but while a rear addition toes the line for...

This Wanaka home is the warmest, and the coolest that the owners have ever lived in, even given the mountain environment. The home's interesting architecture starts well before the front door