It’s a privilege to be able to work with some amazing companies and clients on their projects at Lovelight, whether it’s an entire apartment block in the city, a penthouse apartment or a dream home. Every project is unique and we take great care to ensure that our customers requirements are met and we deliver the highest quality products and service honouring the vision of our partners.
For this project in Armadale we had the great pleasure of working with and all-star cast of partners led by Agushi Group builders together with Workroom Architects and Interior Design and Simone Haag styling. Our task together was to create a window furnishing solution for the client that could provide for privacy from a nearby school but also open up for maximum views and light.
In trademark Workroom style the design of the house is minimalist with lots of straight clean lines, vast open spaces and large windows. This means the interior furnishings such as the window furnishings often serve multiple roles, both providing privacy and light control on a practical level but also adding texture, character and dividing spaces aesthetically. Therefore it was imperative that we had to have a close collaboration with Workroom and Simone Haag on the interior to ensure that the vision and style of the project was brought to life.
Taking the time to study the spaces in each room is important. Reflecting on the use of the space, the requirements of lighting and what type of product would suit is all a part of our job.
Combining two different types of furnishings can offer the best of both worlds and in collaboration with Workroom and Simone Haag we created a solution that incorporated three different window furnishings to bring together the character and personality of the home.
For the front rooms and first floor rooms at the rear of the building we used an External Motorised Venetian Blind which allowed for full privacy and complete blockout when required but also allowed to be opened up for unobstructed views.
To complement these straight lines we also used a sheer S-Fold Curtains in Charles Parson Rossini Grey fabric in bottom levels to add some movement and bring in the light where possible. Whereas for the front bedrooms a blockout S-Fold Curtain in Charles Parson Rossini range was selected to create a softer texture and create a more intimate environment for sleeping.
Meanwhile the combination of S-Fold Curtains and Roller Blinds from the Hunter Douglas Avila range in the Vivid colour motorised by SOMFY added more style and function to the main living rooms.
If you have a project in mind where you’d like some expertise to create a custom bespoke window furnishing solution, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on 1300 763 171.