Here's a fun little project that's big on finish. We took a small 2 bed unit in Coogee that still had a lot of it's original 1960's finishes and converted it into a sparkling jewel of modern open planning and interiors. All new LED lighting, air conditioning and connectiveness. Wonderful subtle and stylish scheme by our expert interior architect Eddie Kenda. Joinery beautifully realised by our good friends at Donnas Joinery and the whole complex build done by Dave and his professional team at D B & H E Building Services. We can't wait for the clients (and furniture) to move in and enjoy it all. We'll come back and update our photos after that. living room before open plan after laundry before laundry after laundry doors open laundry doors closed bath before bath after bsth after new robes retro loop pile main bed lights. needs a bed...!!!
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