THE PERFECT BLEND

A classic Victorian home for a family of four, this Hawthorn Brick double-fronted Victorian home underwent a complete renovation.

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CONTEMPORARY COASTAL LIFESTYLE

We were creating a home for someone else, so I was conscious not to put my personal stamp on the design, although we knew we wanted the homes to have a coastal feel because of the proximity to the water and the beautiful view.

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Coastal chic, Mt Martha style.

Being in the line of work she is in, making homes beautiful for her clients, Kate wanted something highly designed. “I wanted my home to display those things I have collected over the years and that I love being around.”

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Hot property goes to market.

The contemporary, cutting edge building and interior design of urban Melbourne has made its way to the Mornington Peninsula.

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Talking Industrial Chic…

Open-plan living, large windows and textures of metal and wood are the cornerstones of the Industrial Chic design, highlighted with key mechanical-inspired accessories and a simplicity of style. It’s the perfect aesthetic in the right setting.

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HAMPTONS-STYLE HAVEN

Says Kate, “Working with Hannah and Carlo and their four beautiful children was such a privilege. We loved bringing their vision to life. We really wanted to create Hamptons-style living which reflected the beachside location, and we wanted to make it easy-to-care-for and functional for a permanent family home with four growing children.

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A NEW VIEW AT KWD HQ

When Kate first investigated the idea of moving to larger premises where she could accommodate ten staff in a central location, Mt Martha Village was the obvious choice.  The concept of KWD HQ evolved from a desire to  showcase how much KWD itself has evolved and grown. 

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Style on a Budget at 6 Koorong Ave, Rosebud

The KWD team recently completed a really rewarding project. The owner was renovating and redecorating a property for sale, and having worked with him on a number of projects over the years he knew that we relished the opportunity to achieve a fabulous design on a budget.

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From China to Bali and Back

Travelling in search of inspiration and innovation is so important to the design process for KWD. Visiting trade fairs is a vital part of this search for new ideas, new suppliers, new products and new ways of using the products that are already a part of our portfolio. Earlier this year, Kate Walker attended the Xiamen Stone Fair in China for the first time to see what she could discover.

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