Many of our clients engage us to design and project manage a renovation of more than one room in their home. This makes not only good economic sense but also results in an aesthetic and functional flow throughout. These photos show some of our multi room projects.

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Clifton Hill

In this warehouse conversion the outdated kitchen was given a ‘modern industrial’ makeover, and upstairs a previously cramped ensuite was re-designed to create a more open feel with lovely clean lines.

Brighton

A Federation home was given a substantial facelift with a re-arrangement of several rooms to create a fresh Hamptons style kitchen, two stunning new bathrooms (with similar but not identical tiles and fittings) and a cleverly-positioned laundry off the hallway.

Hawthorn

Black and white became the theme in this super-stylish three-room makeover, with statements of black marble in the ensuite and white marble benchtop and splashback in the kitchen.

Glen Iris

The three bathrooms (family, ensuite and powder) were re-designed and fitted to create a consistent and contemporary look in this gracious home.

Glen Iris II

Large charcoal tiles and honey coloured timber link the guest bathroom and ensuite upstairs, while a calm and uncluttered kitchen was created downstairs with no handles so that a beautiful ripple-effect benchtop is the hero of the space.

Melbourne

A city apartment now enjoys not only a fabulous central location but a contemporary white-based kitchen with contrasting smoked mirror splashback, and a space-savvy ensuite.

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Balwyn

Brown tones were used to perfection with an update to the family bathroom, laundry and ensuite, giving an aesthetic consistency throughout the home.

Fitzroy

A Victorian terrace with challenging corner spaces was transformed with the clever conversion of the main bedroom’s cupboards to a split ensuite; and the family bathroom, WC and laundry re-jigged for more efficient use of the space

McKinnon

Outdated 1980s bathrooms and a kitchen were completely transformed to bring this unit into the 21st century and give the owner a fresh look and highly functional spaces.

Camberwell

This period home’s kitchen was given a bright, clean update; and the bathroom offered beautiful windows so was re-designed to incorporate them seamlessly into a more modern look.

Merricks North

All three bathrooms (powder, family and ensuite) were given the 5 star treatment with touches such as Murano glass lights, gorgeous egg shaped basins and bath, and timber vanities to provide the modern yet organic look that the owners were seeking.

Mitcham

Timber, white and grey are now the theme in this family home with young children where a main bathroom, powder room and ensuite were brought out of the 1980s and the owners couldn’t be happier with the result.

Hawthorn East

An Art Deco apartment with a single, compact bathroom was cannily re-designed to incorporate a shower over a bath and good storage by moving the window higher; and installing a toilet and shower in the laundry space to create a 2nd bathroom.