Soft, gentle, inviting. The Bundle Sofa makes a compelling argument for why the sofa is the most important piece in your living room.
Like a kid in a candy store or a bookworm in a bookshop, wine connoisseurs know the value of vintage bottle stored correctly. And Liebherr’s new built-in dual zone wine cellar is here to provide that home.
As Australia continues to foster a world-class foodie culture, more and more home cooks are searching for innovative equipment to cater to their growing needs. ILVE has always been at the forefront of the foodie movement, with ILVE Australia heavily influencing the design of their global appliances.
After a much heralded launch at Sydney Indesign 2017, Made By Pen’s Sway light has gone on a world tour and is now home in Australia, sharing their design journey
Creating products that are made to last, King Living has been pushing the boundaries and producing innovative furniture that merges style with carefully engineered, quality function.
The recently released Methven Independent Living bathroom collection not only makes bathing easier, but also has modern design appeal to complement any bathroom design.
The Doonan Glasshouse has become an iconic building on the Sunshine Coast. With a minimalist interior and monochromatic colour palette, the concealed cisterns of Geberit were the obvious choice for the bathrooms.
Often the most eye catching aspect of a room, the humble rug has come a long way in the late 20th and early 21st centuries – and the team at Designer Rugs are pushing this design hero into the next level with their customisable collection of rugs.
Concealed cisterns have long been the preferred choice in commercial spaces such as hotels, bars, airports and shopping centres for several reasons. The benefits are increasingly being realised in residential projects across the country…
When it comes to finding the latest in beautiful designer brands, from homewares and giftwares to lifestyle, mens, and kids products, there really is only one place to be – Life Instyle.
One of the more notable trends in today’s home architecture movement is the push towards open-air living, dissolving the traditional barriers between the indoor and outdoor spaces – but this raises issues with drainage… Meet the Threshold Drain.