BEHIND THE SCENES: Tips from our favourite Trades

By engaging KWD, our clients get access to an incredible bank of trades who come with a tried and tested resume of skill and expertise. So instead of having to search for a reputable painter, electrician, tiler, landscaper or flooring specialist, and getting quotes from at least three or four different businesses, they can trust KWD to put them in touch with the best operators in these fields. Our clients can trust their prices, their service, their knowledge and their integrity.

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The Colour Story: 2018

We play close attention to the key colour predictors. Pantone is the world’s colour aficionado, and when they release their colour palettes for the year ahead, we always ensure we keep these in mind when creating briefs for our clients.  And it seems that 2018 is looking bright!

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KWD talks Boat House Style.

The white palette of Boat House is a far cry from the blues and reds of a nautical aesthetic, from the contrasting timbers of American coastal and from the formal elegance of Hamptons-style.

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Turning inspiration into creation

At KWD, we are constantly inspired, in awe of and so grateful for the incredible manufacturers we work with, and in particular so proud of the Australian partners we collaborate with every day to bring our clients’ design dreams to life.

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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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Alpine inspiration, Mt Buller style.

Love the Alpine lifestyle? So does KWD. And we love Whitehorse Village, the newest and most exciting addition to Mt Buller. Inspired design, casual luxury and stylish living in one innovative residential development.

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Living the life, British Colonial style.

Have a read of KWD’s latest blog, featuring one of Kate’s most favourite design styles, British Colonial. Included are some handy hints on how you can recreate this stunning style for your project.

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