Quite a few of my current projects are going full steam ahead at the moment. I am working hard to keep everything on track.
A large home extension in Melbourne s inner east (as seen in my previous post) is really moving forward. A lot of my ground work is now coming together as the house is finally at "lock up". The interior work is ready to begin, including a kitchen that I designed when I started working on the house a few years ago. Many of the hard finishes are arriving that I've carefully chosen with my client, doors and other architectural details and colours. Very exciting!
A seaside house on Melbourne s Mornington Peninsula is having a make over, with lots of beautiful styling taking place this week. I'm taking the property to a new level for my client, and its going to be a stunning home.
A large federation property in the inner north, that I've been working on since construction began, has new furnishings arriving constantly. These include some stunning handmade walnut tables and dining chairs, new mirrors and other art works. It's beginning to look like a beautiful home, as these final details fall into place.
I've begun major renovation plans on a stunning "English" country home in Red Hill. Construction will begin over the next few months. Beginning with the bathrooms and kitchens, we will eventually make our way through the entire house.
Two houses in The Dandenong Ranges are coming together, with my designs providing the finish that these houses deserve; classic, elegant country style!
I'm heading off to a property outside of Yea in central Victoria, where I'm visiting a beautiful country property for the first time. The owners are ready for some interior work and are planning an extension to the existing house. I'm really looking forward to beginning this one.
On top of this, my style and design workshops are under-way with another class in early September. Always so rewarding, I look forward to these workshops and I plan each day, individually, depending on the participants needs.
I love my work and I'm so fortunate to be this busy.