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The open-plan space in this Sixties bungalow in Sydney makes the property feel bigger than it is.
The splashback in this kitchen makes a real statement, and could be adapted for any image just add a panel of Perspex for protection.
To re-create it buy a Tube map print from iposters.co.uk, then attach it to the wall with Spray Mount. Or have an image of your choice enlarged to specific dimensions at digetex.com. Amari Plastics can cut Perspex to any size.
The sleek design of the open-plan living room has been softened with floaty voile curtains over folding metal doors; decorative candlesticks on the glossy coffee table, and cosy neutral sofas.
The neutral palette continues in the bedroom, but with a shot of bright yellow for interest. Light floods the space thanks to huge windows and an office nook is cleverly tucked away in one corner.
The bath is by Kaldewei. Try CP Hart for a basin unit like this and Colourwash for a mixer tap. the toilet is by Laufen. Surface Tiles stocks black bathroom tiles and find a dice box at Graham & Green.