Our homeowners had recently purchased this off-the-plan home. Unfortunately, our clients discovered there were two consistent problems throughout the home: poor quality and poor execution. Their brand new home was already falling apart. Birdblack Design was engaged to fix the previous mistakes and to amend our clients’ home to feel like their very own. As per Birdblack Design company standard, we injected personality in the space, alongside the highest of quality in both materials and workmanship.
For this young professional couple, we wanted to create a moody interior that felt warm and inviting. We captured this aesthetic through the use of ebony timber floor and cabinet fronts. Walnut timber warms the space while the brass elements in the pendant lights and kickboards add a dynamic spark.
The open plan space layout is the hero of this project. Given the area we were working with was long and narrow; we innovatively created five separate zones, even without the use of walls. The kitchen, dining, lounge, formal sitting and alfresco area are set out, all relating to one another whilst being distinctly different.
A note from the owners:
My wife and I had an amazing experience with Birdblack Design. Sarah and her team came up with innovative design options and managed the entire process from start to finish. The team were highly collaborative and the trade partners were excellent always looking for better solutions, and were passionate about the quality of workmanship.
Interior Design: BirdblackDesign
Builder: Graeme Carberry Builder
Joinery: Marlix Bespoke Furniture&Joinery
Photography: The Palm Co
Videography: PipeWolf Media