1920's Italian style villa in Island Bay, Wellington. In 2012 this family home underwent extensive renovations in kitchen, bathroom and living areas.
The kitchen is a chef's kitchen with large working benches, Ilve freestanding oven and industrial lighting. Entrance,living and dining areas feature Kartell lights, bentwood chairs,dark oak bookcases and tables and French Bergere chairs. All upholstered living room furniture is NZ made of the highest quality.
Ceramics by Katherine Smyth and various art works by Seraphine Pick,Gavin Hipkins, Peter Peryer and Jim Spiers
The house was photographed for Simply You Living magazine Summer 2012/2013 issue.
This lovely Khandallah family home in Wellington underwent an extensive renovation in 2013.
This included a new kitchen, bathrooms and full redecoration of the interior.
Features include caesar stone benchtops in kitchen and bathrooms, custom joinery in living rooms and bedrooms, shutters and new contemporary furniture and furnishings.
Ortega Fish Shack and Bar
This is the third restaurant for prominent NZ chef Mark Limacher. His previous restaurants included Roxburgh Bistro and Bastille.
Ortega Fish Shack and Bar is a specialist seafood restaurant and very popular Wellington eatery that was designed and built in 2007. Special features include the reclaimed old Egyptian floor tiles on the entrance floor, original glass fishing floats that suspend over a custom made bar.
Ortega is featured in book "Antiques in the Antipodes" by Yvonne Sanders 2015 published by David Bateman Ltd
A traditional Arts and Crafts family home in the leafy suburb of Woburn, Lower Hutt that underwent an extensive addition and renovation in 2014.
Prominent features in the kitchen/family room are Carrara marble bench tops, detailed oak wood panelling, deep buttoning on the upholstery.
Beautiful decorative wallpapers have been used throughout the house with the addition of contemporary furniture and lighting. These features give this delightful home the "x "factor
This character house in Thorndon, Wellington was the former Thorndon Bowling Club clubhouse. It has undergone two previous "facelifts" to transform it into the gorgeous contemporary home it is today.
The latest renovation was completed in 2015 which extensively refurbished and modernised the ground floor entrance , four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Beautiful imported fabrics from Designers Guild, Romo, Chivasso and Manuel Canovas were selected for curtains, blinds, cushions and upholsteries. Deep buttoned detail was a key element on the master bedroom head board and emerald green daybed in the living room.