A family-owned and operated business, Bishop Master Finishes has not only introduced Australia to the beauty of Italian Venetian and Polished Plaster finishes but also continues to lead the market with their handcrafted and bespoke product line.
An Australian lighting designer known for crafting distinctive pieces that echo Tasmania’s natural beauty.
Studio Enti, a name celebrated for their high-end minimalist tableware in Sydney, has introduced a new facet to their artisan craft: Studio Enti Lighting.
Daniel Boddam, a prominent Australian architecture, interior, furniture, and lighting design studio, proudly introduces their first gallery, located at 46 Smith St in the heart of Collingwood, Melbourne.
When we speak of carving a niche in an industry, we could say Oliver Maclatchy is the epitome of this. Combining a lifelong passion for carpentry with an innovative mindset, Maclatchy has transformed the realm of handcrafted tapware and bathware with his unique designs.
A game-changer for modern work professionals seeking a versatile and adaptable workspace in the era of remote work and flexible office setups. We caught up with Tom from DesignOffice who has been actively test-driving it in his daily operations.
7 bathroom trends we'll be seeing in 2023. Prominent bathroom trends, embracing fluidity, texture, vibrant colours, and innovative designs. These are the bathroom design trends for 2023.
The average cost to retile a bathroom typically ranges between $50 to $230 per square meter, but be prepared for potential variations depending on your specific choices.
Since its inception in 2017, Eva has emerged as a leading Australian furniture retailer committed to sustainable practices and thoughtful design.
RJ Living's new teak range combines craftsmanship with the inherent allure of teak timber, offering a collection that exudes sophistication and elevates any living space.
The captivating new collection by Wood Melbourne in collaboration with New York based design editor Georgina McWhirter, unveils a delightful fusion of minimalist design and playful colours.
From humble beginnings, this Australian furniture company, TIDE Design, still adheres to the founding principles which have guided it for over 15 years.