Out with the old, in with the new, 2023 has begun with an array of inspiring homes and incredible transformations to keep this dull month interesting. From tranquil bathroom settings to mid-century kitchens, we have highlighted our favourite client projects we’ve discovered this month.
Interior design studio, State of Kin has created this dream kitchen by introducing mid-century character and contemporary flavour. The Australian property embraces a playful colour palette with powder blue, chocolate and concrete-grey hues. Lusso’s matte black kitchen tap stands out beautifully against the neutral graphic tiling.
Throughout this stunning South East London home, interior designers, Studiorés, showcase clean lines and minimal tones by combining our matte white basin taps and Thinn stone basin with ivory microcement walls. The immaculate white shades seamlessly blend to create an illusion of radiance.
Simple, stunning and sophisticated. This master bedroom en-suite is the perfect example of how to feature a freestanding bath as a focal point in your bathroom. The Picasso stone bath, in pebble grey, is surrounded by minimalism, set by a floor-to-ceiling window which brings in natural light to highlight the smooth stone and elegant shape of the bathtub.
This beautiful interior brings a calm ambience to a bathroom setting through soft, muted tones and natural materials including woodwork and our Picasso stone basin. Enhanced by brushed gold taps which add striking character to this tranquil space.
An incredible transformation, this kitchen reveal demonstrates how to utilise space through functional and modern design. The mesmerising interior is flooded with light to create an illusion of more space along with soft hues to enhance the area. Hints of gold brassware add to the finishing touches of this immaculate kitchen.
Set against dark green tiles, the Flow kitchen tap takes centre spotlight in this beautiful kitchen. Featuring a distinctive square spout, a single lever, and our signature brushed stainless sheen, it creates a dramatic contrast with the surrounding shades and textures.
This tranquil bathroom setting is giving us the inspiration to beat the January blues. Our best selling Picasso bath is beautifully fitting with a muted colour scheme and calm ambience. Sat upon a floor of stones, mirroring its natural stone structure, this looks like the perfect space to relax and rewind.
An outstanding project, this bathroom defines opulence resembling the interior design of the world’s most luxurious hotels. The Toronto apartment is professionally designed by PK Architects focusing on classical design and contemporary furniture. The interior pays attention to elegant details and layered textures. Our Japanese soaking bath fits in beautifully with this design scheme providing elegance and modernity.
Another incredible transformation, we love this traditional loft bathroom. The striking patterned tiles add personality and character to the space, followed by a contrasting wooden vanity unit which embraces classical design. Gold brassware has been the epitome of luxury for thousands of years, and is often used throughout period homes, which is why our brushed gold monobloc tap is perfectly fitting.
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