Kimberly and Stephen’s Byron Bay beach house:Fretwork around the verandah was designed to represent the family. “The cross being Stephen and I, and the three posts in between are the boys,” says homeowner Kimberly. “The palms are all handmade; the house is called Little Palm.”
Away from my choices, we are noticing that interiors are definitely getting darker. The white, bright, light kitchens we love and are used to,are now competing with rich dark bolder colours. Our Pantry Blue and Lead are perfect for this look and i think our old favourite Mushroom with Honed Black granite and Pantry Blue with Oiled Oak worktops, would be a really stunning combination in a larger Kitchen.
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