Don’t be afraid of the dark

A Gold Coast com­pany says the pop­u­lar ‘new craze’ is for bold cab­i­netry with rose-gold fit­tings

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Queens­lan­ders build­ing their dream home or ren­o­vat­ing are want­ing a bold, mod­ern-look for their in­te­ri­ors.

Im­perium Glass, lo­cated at Ormeau, have spe­cial­ist in­te­rior de­sign­ers to help dreams come true.

Di­rec­tor Steve Djuric said his com­pany had un­der­taken suc­cess­ful ma­jor trans­for­ma­tions us­ing unique de­sign meth­ods. He said clients wanted a bold, mod­ern style in their homes.

“We have utilised New York mar­ble to cre­ate stand­out is­land benches by pass­ing light through,” Mr Djuric said.

“This ac­cen­tu­ates the veins in the mar­ble and cre­ates a wow fac­tor in the kitchen and a feel­ing of abun­dance within the kitchen area.

“Other great pro­jects have in­cluded the use of tim­ber ve­neers on pol­ished con­crete floors. The two el­e­ments work well to­gether mix­ing the hot and cold of the ma­te­ri­als for a stand­out look.”

Mr Djuric said their de­signs were com­ple­mented by great light­ing.

“We al­ways im­ple­ment our ex­per­tise in this area as if it’s not done cor­rectly you can­not achieve the de­sired out­come in an up­mar­ket kitchen,” he said.

Black matt cab­i­netry with rose-gold fit­tings and fix­tures are the “new craze” for kitchens and bath­rooms, he said.

“Mix this with a pow­der-coated black framed glass pan­els for your shower and grey-honed lime­stone tiles from the Stone Cen­tre in Bris­bane and it will look a mil­lion dol­lars.

“We are see­ing so much more black in the mod­ern bath­room. It’s a classy look that makes a bold state­ment.’’

Visit im­peri­um­glass.com.au A show­room will open at Toowong soon.

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