Anju Designs contacted Finer Living to carry out a full transformation of a very tired looking 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom Apartment in Arthur Street New Farm.
Penny (Manger Director) From Anju Designs arranged a meeting with the owners and myself (Matthew Hunsche) to discuss how we could open up the space and create a very modern but timeless feel.
Anju Designers and Finer Living worked very closely together throughout this project, every detail was taken into consideration, from lighting, to extra storage under the bed to even considering the water filter. Every room had to fit into the brief from the owners, from Sarah’s bathroom to Craig’s office.
Since there is no room for a dining room table, Anju Designers took the risky move of making the stone island bench larger and longer, which fitted into the space beautifully. The kitchen design with builtin LED lighting, works wonderfully with the stone material.
We also created a new feel in the bedroom by way of new joinery furniture, with LED lighting and more storage space in the upper cupboards.
New BBQ Area , with a pop up Tv makes the courtyard a really relaxed atmosphere to sit and unwind.
Everyone is overjoyed with the success of the project and the apartment now looks like new, breathing a fresh life into the space and creating a living environment that works perfectly and compliments the lifestyles of the owners.
We were contacted by Turul Building to design and build an old fashioned Library and Mantel Piece and make storage with built-in cupboards, all to bring character and a sense of warmth into the home.
We decided on hand made mouldings and fluting, and to work with French Walnut with use a 20% Finish, and brass shelf supports were also included.
We designed the Mantel Piece to compliment the character of design, and to add to the feel of the room.
The client is very happy with the final result and now has a beautiful relaxing sanctuary to read, relax and entertain, all in front of a warming fire.
One of Brisbane’s Leading Interior Designer Companies commissioned us to make furniture for Hayman Island on the Whitsunday Islands.
Consisting of a collection of Four poster beds, stone top dining rooms tables, Lobby seating shaped like Boats, desks and side tables, all made of a mixture of different timbers and finishes.
There was also a large amount of custom upholstery work involved in this project, the Canopy over each four poster bed had to sit just right and flow down each post and each four poster bed had upholstery sides and foot head.
There were also four custom chairs completed in White leather for the foyer area.
It was great project to work on , and all our clients involved are very happy with the end results.
Here are some pieces in progress on the workshop floor.
We were asked to create a unique kitchen with a big WoW factor for this historic homestead.
This kitchen is stunning with Stone benchtops and wall backings from Granite, along with a soft moulded edge detail that works well with the fluting on the cabinets. The doors are layer moulded, made in three sections.
The timber in the display cabinets is French Walnut, with soft interior lighting installed.
Window bench seat near the wine chiller creates a space to relax and chat while the flavours are simmering.
After many consultations with our client, considering all the needs of the family we built this bespoke kitchen and the client is very happy with the final result.
There are before shots included here also, so you can see the transformation.
The client brief was a image off Collette Dinnigan sitting in front of a Mirror display unit.
The Client said Matthew “I want something like this , but without the mirrors and to fit into this space, and I want to keep the antique table as it is a special piece to me”.
So I designed this bookcase that fits between two brick walls, made from a mix of solid French walnut and veneer.
There as two small doors at each side as well as a mix of adjustable shelves and fixed shelves, the door knobs are also made by hand from French walnut.
Our client is over the moon happy with their new display bookcase, and it looks like it has always been there.