We’re so excited to share the images of our Albany Creek project with you all! This much-loved family home was in need of a complete face lift, and as the clients simply love their neighbourhood, Darren James Interiors was tasked in reinventing the whole space into a house that our clients loved coming home too.
Spatial changes were made to suit the clients maturing family with full renovations completed in the Kitchen, three bathrooms and the laundry as well as fresh paintwork, floor coverings, window coverings and lighting layouts throughout the home.
We were inspired by the family’s love of entertaining and wanted to create a warm and friendly space that centred on conversation and engagement throughout the home. Aesthetically our vision was a modern country style with touches of Scandinavian sophistication that was consistent throughout the home.
The Kitchen Finishes were divided between the public and private parts of the space. Public being the main kitchen finishes, included white marble look bench tops, handmade sage coloured tiles, warm oak and grey shaker style doors with stylish Scandinavian hardware and lighting. Private being the scullery which had a more utilitarian approach to finishes with concrete look, cornerstone bench tops and pre-finished white board and overhead floating oak shelving.
Constancy was key to the bathroom designs with a colour palette of white, grey and black used for each space. This base let us incorporate stunning concrete feature floor tiles. Crip white solid surface bench tops and mat black tap ware were used to give the traditional joinery a contemporary edge.
Profile doors and drawers were used throughout the laundry with a feature barn door in the same oak profile used in the kitchen. We added a little more colour to the space with sky blue tiling. To achieve the required storage, DJI encroached into the existing study to create additional hanging, folding space as well as linen storage. Open storage for four baskets (one for each of the kids) were created for clean laundry to be separated.