Whether designing for commercial, residential or hospitality projects, there are universal considerations when specifying bathroom products. Budget, timeframe and quality are always key concerns, but another feature has become just as integral to every specification: sustainability.
Rogerseller expands its bathroom fixture selection with the addition of several bathroom essentials that keep in line with Rogerseller’s legacy of showcasing elegant designs of the highest quality.
Rogerseller extends their home offerings with the addition of several new timeless pieces from the Italian furniture company, Lema.
The 'Objects' collection by Fritz Hansen is a series of elegant and timeless pieces that add the perfect finishing touch to the home, with a range of candle holders, cushions and vases.
It's a strange design binary that the smaller the space, the more precise the detailing needs to be.
Designer Rugs has announced an exciting new collaboration with surface design studio, Kingdom Home. The collaboration sees the release of five Art Nouveau influenced designs, hand tufted in New Zealand wool with bamboo highlights, available exclusively from Designer Rugs.
Sunbrella fabrics are continually advancing in design sophistication and comfort, resulting in coordinated décor applications for both indoors and outdoors.
Striking the balance between luxury and liveability is a challenge for any designer, home-owner, builder or developer. In fact, it's what most people aim for – getting the most out of resources so that a product delivers satisfaction, both in a visual and economic sense.
Mark this Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 February in your calendars for Hub Furniture's Warehouse Clearance Sale. This is one sale you do not want to miss!
Elton Group has introduced Eveneer Prefinished, a range of sliced, real wood veneers designed for use on wall panelling, joinery, furniture, doors and floors.
Reissi Mall’s superb proprietary brand, Reissi Home, and exclusive range of ultra-affordable Italian designed and manufactured furniture makes it a game changer in the Australian design industry.
Classical patterning and vintage carpets and rugs are making a come-back with a beautiful, new distressed look. RC+D reveals the story behind this old-meets-new style.