Design: Biasol Design | Build: The Melbourne Builder | Photos: Armelle Habib & Simon Schiff (unstyled) | Furniture, Art & Objects: Bree Leech
The kids’ spaces in The Judd House change things up a little, seeking to reflect more of the personalities of the three boys (Oscar, Tom and Darcy) and daughter Billie. These spaces do that with some minor adjustments, still retaining links to the consistent themes seen through the home.
The boy’s bathroom is all about the blues. Navy blue painted joinery and tap ware replace the grey and brass seen throughout the home, complimented by matte black cabinet pulls that also replace the usual brass. Holding it’s place in the palette is Signorino’s Super White stone, which tops the vanity as seen in the grown up’s ensuite. While Super White and navy are a classic combination and obvious pairing for the space, the decision to keep the consistency in the stone further highlights the change to the joinery, the key element in the theme of the room.