Built in Cupboards

Choose fitted storage – It’s hard to go wrong with fitted furniture. It can be built to the exact dimensions of your room, with the perfect combination of hanging and drawer space for your needs. Incorporate glazed panels and curved elements to break up the run of cupboards and add interest.

Hand mixed paint colour for wardrobes like this gorgeous grey built-in cupboard.

Supersize your wardrobe – Imagine if your day began not by rummaging in your closet for something vaguely suitable, but by sashaying into a beautifully organised room where perfectly presented outfits are politely vying for your attention. Some homeowners are now opting for dedicated clothes storage over en suites, while others are requisitioning neglected boxrooms in the pursuit of a glamorous, orderly walk-in wonder.

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Dreamy Bathrooms

Subdued Statement
Designer and host Sarah Richardson certainly knows a thing or two about creating luxurious spaces. Here, she uses a sophisticated smoky colour palette to create a relaxing vibe. For the vanity, Sarah customizes the long, furniture-style vanity with antiqued mirrored panels for a touch of glitz.

Crisp and Clean Design
An excess of cool marble in the flooring, bath surround and countertops of this space provokes an instant feeling of luxury — as if you’ve entered a swanky little day spa that’s all yours. On top of the beautiful vanity space punctuated by a statement-making antique mirror, the seating area lends an extra dose of glamour. Design by Bear-Hill Interiors

Romantic Inspiration
This room was created for the woman who likes to lounge her day away in the bath, using it for a dressing room as well as an escape from the world. The attention to detail and use of non-traditional materials (not a single tile in the room!) makes the space feel warm, even in an all-white palette. The dreamy curtains catching the light from the skylight only add to the effect. Design by Savio Firmino

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