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Belgrave bathroom renovation with white subway tiles, timber vanity and freestanding bath
Belgrave kitchen renovation with navy shaker cabinetry, natural stone benchtop and timber features
Belgrave bathroom renovation with white subway tiles, timber vanity and freestanding bath

Project scope: Bathroom, Euro Laundry and Kitchen Renovation

Interior Design and Styling by YDM Design Studio.

Builder: Edwards Renovations

Photography: Elise Scott




"Nina was an absolute pleasure to work with, she went over and above for us throughout the design and build process, she made our vision come true.

We never thought of engaging an interior designer for our house renovations, but it is the best money we ever spent and the service we got was second to none. She helped made the whole process seem less, enjoyable and mostly stress free.

We can’t thank her enough for everything she has done for us and our family, we would highly recommend her to anyone. Thank you Nina!"

- Mel and Dan, Belgrave Client

The brief for our Belgrave project was to create a transitional style home that could blend both a traditional and contemporary look. The existing home had a small kitchen with a walk-in-pantry and an external door as well as a bathroom that doubled as a laundry. By using the pantry space to create a Euro Laundry that was accessible from the other side and removing the external door in the kitchen, we were able to give the client a much larger kitchen, euro laundry and separate bathroom that all made the best use of the available space.

Our client was excited to use colour in the renovation, which is always a bit of fun. We selected a dark blue tone for the kitchen which was paired with a shaker style cabinetry profile, a butler's sink and antique brass handles, lights and tapware. A natural stone benchtop, subway tile splashback and touches of timber to match the new blackbutt flooring completed the look. To create a cohesive home, we carried through similar colours and finishes from the kitchen into the bathroom. We used the same timber for the cabinetry, the same subway tile for the walls and selected a ceppo di gre look tile with blue tones for the floors. However, in the european laundry, we chose to match the client's existing Laminex Green Slate robe cabinetry instead.

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