Walls and ceilingsRods to back wall painted in Dulux ‘Natural White.’ Bathroom doors painted in Taubmans ‘Private Jet.’ Monte Carlo tiles to wall from Signorino. American oak veneer wall finish. Artisan Range wall covering from Bolon. Wall tiles in bathrooms from Classic Ceramics. Ceiling painted in Porters Paints ‘Eggshell’ and Dulux ‘Natural White.’
DoorsCustom-designed entry door handle, bathroom door profile and handle, and branding to bathroom door.
FlooringEngineered timber flooring from Woodcut. Porcelain floor tiles used around border in ‘Polar White’ and ‘Ash Grey’ from Bespoke Tile and Stone. Monte Carlo floor tiles in bathrooms from Signorino.
LightingBalise wall sconce from Atelier De Troupe to dining room wall. Dioscuri wall light from Artemide in bathroom. Custom-designed copper disk pendant, dining room pendant and timber wall light, all from Brett Coelho. SlimKat LED spotlight and Kit Mini downlight, both from Ambience.
FurnitureAloe dining chair from Cafe Culture + Insitu. High and Low stools from Christopher Blank Furniture. Billiani Load communal table stools from Cafe Culture + Insitu. Custom-designed communal table from Osiris Furniture. Tabletops and bases from Cafe Culture + Insitu. Waiters station tabletop uses Carrara marble from CDK Stone. Bartop, bar shelving and coffee station tabletops use natural stone in ‘Silver Cloud’ from Corsi and Nicolai.
BathroomCustom-designed vanity stands and mirror.
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