A luxe country home connected to the outdoors + 15 luxury kitchen island design ideas to inspire

 
 
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A heritage home in Sydney receives a sensitive update

Returning to Sydney from the US where they had been living, Linda and Nick Roberts bought Alma, an imposing 1896-era house that had been used for a variety of purposes over the years including a school, a boarding house and commercial offices. They consulted heritage architect Margaret Skilbeck, and then engaged interior designer Suzanne Gorman to reinvigorate the expansive spaces while respecting the history of the home.
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15 luxury kitchen island design ideas to inspire
A kitchen island is likely to be one of the most used features in a home. Aside from it's practicality as an extra work station and casual divider, an island bench can be designed as a stunning focal point that elevates the style of a kitchen.
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A country home connected to the outdoors
Creating a connection with the outdoors was a key concern for Travis Walton and his team of architects and designers in ensuring this rural Victorian home was a luxurious escape that also allowed the owners to feel at one with the surrounding environment.
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Inside a fashion designer's stylish home
Skin and Threads designer Penelope Cohen enlisted interiors stylist Simone Haag to outfit her Melbourne home in a glossy new look.
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