Every home is different. Furniture that’s tailored to you, the family pet, and that odd little nook that was way too awkward. Team that with a well-thought out layout, and there you have it—easy living.
Hanging oak bookshelves add visual interest, and fully utilises the vertical space of Rebecca’s living room.
Adding castor wheels to storage segments brings a understated sensibility to their wardrobe and bed frame.
A statement solid teak wood table features metal legs to tie in with the teal and grey theme of the apartment, adding a sense of lushness to the home.
Streamlined furniture silhouettes in slate grey and neutrals are accented by splashes of walnut.
Warm woods add a rich welcoming vibe and offset the cool tones throughout the house.
A solid teak wood table with stainless steel legs that doubles as a dining table as well as a workspace.
Multiple ceiling-to-floor feature walls give this apartment an airy, larger-than-life feel.
Breathing new life into antiques that have been in the family for generations.
A welcome splash of colour to the minimal modernist aesthetic of his living room.
Statement prints and pastel tones make this bedroom a vibrant, cozy hidey-hole.
Lucius designed a contemporary desk for his home office and we made it a reality.