Upward spiral: Fitzroy Terrace

  • Roofing

    Lysaght Longline 305 roof decking in Colorbond ‘Monument’.
  • External walls

    Fielders Finesse Nailstrip in Colorbond ‘Monument’; Equitone Linea LT20 fibre cement panels.
  • Internal walls

    CSR Gyprock plasterboard in Dulux ‘White on White’ and ‘Black’.
  • Windows and doors

    Skyrange Windows steel-framed windows and doors in Porter’s Paints Industrial Lustre ‘Base Metal’; Assa Abloy door hardware.
  • Flooring

    Woodcut Premium Engineered Timber Flooring oak floorboards.
  • Lighting

    Reggiani Sunny LED track lights and surface downlights, and adjustable slot LED recessed downlights, all from Euroluce.
  • Kitchen

    Honed Carrara marble from CDK Stone; stainless steel benchtops; cabinets in black, low-sheen 2-pac finish; Dorf sink mixer and AFA Vertus sink, both from Reece.
  • Bathroom

    Academy Tiles Triangle gloss white wall tiles; honed Carrara marble from CDK Stone; Studio Bagno Pixel 49 wall basin, Caroma undermount bath and Kado Lux Back to Wall toilet, all from Reece.
  • Heating and cooling

    Mitsubishi ducted airconditioning; Interior Solutions roller blinds and external canopy.
  • External

    Grey granite cobblestones from Slate Discounts.
  • Other

    Furniture supplied by Stylecraft.

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