Natural stone, glistening marbles and rich quartz have become synonymous with the language of interior design. We look at 5 projects that reveal the beauty of layered, textural stone in interior design.
With a magnificent array of colours and variations and an inherent durability, natural stones like quartzite and marble continue to be highly desirable in kitchens and bathrooms.
CAV’ART Designer Stone is the brainchild of Nathan Karpenko and was founded with the philosophy of delivering a truly authentic experience, alongside daring and adventurous natural stone.
Set with the brief of creating a contemporary and comfortable home, Adele Bates has designed the interiors of Elwood Residence with a rich and moody palette.
The elegant form and pragmatic spatial design of NNH Residence’s kitchen by Mim Design earned the Melbourne-based interiors practice first place in the Contemporary Kitchen Award category of Sub-Zero and Wolf’s biennial Kitchen Design Contest.
Laying eyes on the end-result of Webber Architects’ use of Earp Bros’ surfaces throughout one of their latest residential projects evokes a sense of synaesthesia. And we like it.
Reinventing the classic British bathroom, Claybrook recently released a collection of baths and basins that possess a timeless design style.
A client brief is overhauled, remnants of an industrial past are salvaged and a remarkable family home is created by Carter Williamson