Penthouse makeover with DuPont™ Corian®

Ultraspace was recently commissioned to renovate two luxury penthouses located on the beachfront in northern New South Wales. Ultraspace chose Corian® for most of the hard surfaces. They wanted the calming and high-end look of natural stone but without the fragility and maintenance.

Carpet Court’s timber wall panels

Carpet Court has turned its attention from the floor to the walls with their introduction of Elevate, purpose-built timber wall panels that have been engineered specifically for DIYers.

Decorative glass panels

Axolotl has introduced a new range of glass surfaces with unlimited permutations. The Spectrum process refers to Axolotl’s proprietary ability to custom-colour the surface of glass.

Solid glass brick in four colours made in Florence

Glass Brick Company recently introduced VetroPieno, a 100% solid compact glass brick that brings together the appeal of traditional bricks and the transparency and luminosity of glass. Manufactured in Florence, by the world’s leading glass brick manufacturer Seves, VetroPieno is available in four colours.

Profiled MDF 3D wall panels in 50 designs

3D Wall Panels offer a diverse range of decorative wall panels that can turn ordinary interiors into spectacular spaces. With over 50 designs, you have ample choice when it comes to livening up your home renovation.

Hamptons Style sofas made in Australia

Henry & Oliver Co’s Signature range of sofas have been designed specifically to suit the Australian lifestyle; and are made in Australia. The range lends itself to the relaxed coastal vibe that is Hamptons Style, inspired by the popular pared-back look.

Linen sofas with duck feather cushions

The Laura range of sofas at Schots Home Emporium is designed with extra deep seat seats and wide rolled arms for added comfort, to allow you to curl up, stretch out and even share.

Colour predictions for 2019

Heidi Albertiri, the founder of The Life Style Edit is part of the Life Instyle Sydney event 21-24 February 2019 at The Royal Hall of Industries and Hordern Pavilion. Here, Heidi shares some of her colour predictions for 2019.

Summer 2018/19 Dulux colour trends

For summer 2018/19, Dulux predicts that interiors will embrace the idea of soft minimalism, with palettes featuring gentle, nurturing colours, contrasting textures and dustings of mint and lemon coming to the fore.