It’s been a very busy few weeks in the Think Contemporary Studio. We are working on some really exciting projects and over the course of the coming weeks, we are going to share some of our inspiration and ideas.
Continue reading “Penthouse Worthy”
It gives me great pleasure to show you one of our most recent projects, Office Suites Club
, 20 Harcourt St.
Our client had a very clear vision from the get go and having worked extremely close to both Howard and Rachel, we are absolutely thrilled with the outcome of the project.
There are a lot of intricate details in this project from the bespoke joinery to the stripping back of decades of paint on the window frames to reveal the original timber finish.
Continue reading “Beautiful Serviced Office!”
How amazing is this weather??? Are you getting to enjoy any of it during your workday? Do you have any outdoor space in your workplace?
Well many of us don’t unfortunately, but for the lucky few that have an outdoor garden or terrace, here is some “wow” inspiration for you.
Continue reading “Working Gardens!”
Do you shy away from bright colours? Having worked in the Office Design sector for a number of years, we have met many clients who are afraid to introduce too much colour into their office space. Whether this is a personal preference or a feeling that it could distract staff, it is widely felt.
Continue reading “Work with Colour!”
So we are moving into the final weeks of our home renovation guide, and this week its all about the kids.
It is really important to give your child a space that stimulates them but also is calm and relaxing. Yes this may sound contradictory but selecting the correct colour scheme and zoning the space will all help to create an amazing bedroom for your little ones.
Continue reading “Guide to Home Renovation. Part 6: The Kids”
So following on from my last blog, we are moving it into the kitchen for this weeks inspiration.
Week 2: The Kitchen
All the time I hear people saying that they want to go for a neutral kitchen because they are afraid that they will tire of it if they opt for a colour. I can totally understand this and lets face it, if and when you decide to change your kitchen, its a pretty big investment. However, your kitchen can still have lots of interest even if you do decide to stay neutral.
Continue reading “Guide to Home Renovation. Week 2: The Kitchen”