Page 1

ISSUE #38

MAGAZINE

METALLIC MAGIC The metallic trend is possibly the new neutral FULL STORY PAGE 22

FREE ISSUE

$3.75 AUST (incl GST) (NZ $5.00) ISSUE #38

9 313100 012349

HOME OPTION GALLERY – EVERYTHING YOUR HOME NEEDS! Finishes & Furnishings | Kitchens & Bathrooms | Appliances & Electrical | Building Products | Outdoor | Information & Services


IT HAS THE INNER PEACE AND WARMTH OF WESTERN RED CEDAR

F•S•A/STEG0117

IT HAS THE OUTER PEACE OF MIND OF WEATHERPROOF LOW MAINTENANCE ALUMINIUM

IT HAS TO BE SITELINE When it comes to completely transforming your home it has

benefits of both timber and aluminium, all rolled into one

best of both worlds. And now you have even greater choice

to be Siteline. Siteline windows and doors feature the unique

innovative package.

with Siteline windows and doors available in Western Red

combination of weatherproof aluminium on the outside and

From the inner, you live with peace, warmth, energy efficiency

Cedar and Auralast Solid Timber.

warm timber on the inside.

and beauty of timber. To the outer, you have the peace of mind,

To find out more, take a look at our extensive range at

2 Gallery MAGAZINE It’s the smart choice in windows and doors. Giving you the

durability and practicality of aluminium. Siteline gives you the

Stegbar.com.au, or phone 1800 681 168.

Gallery MAGAZINE 3


Publisher: Alan Phillips Home Option Gallery sales@homeoptiongallery.com.au www.homeoptiongallery.com.au Sydney Showroom Open Monday-Saturday 22B Brookhollow Avenue Norwest Business Park Baulkham Hills NSW Phone: (02) 8860 9333.

I want to Hettich my kitchen. “After seeing your gorgeous new kitchen we’re going to Hettich our entire renovation: kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom!” “Hettich has thought of everything: soft close drawers and doors, designer handles and fabulous lighting.”

Thornton Showroom Open Monday-Friday Corner Thornton Road & New England Highway Maitland NSW Phone: (02) 4028 6256. Editor: Tiana Vidler Graphic Designer: Kylie Power Thomas Marsden Advertising

METALLIC TILES, EXQUISITE LIGHTS, AND KITCHENS IDEAL FOR ENTERTAINING … Yes the list goes on for reasons to love building a new home. This time of year is perfect for having family and friends over and the latest home designs ensure there is plenty of space for everyone. The team at Home Option Gallery make building your new home memorable for all the right reasons. You are spoilt for choice in everything you can imagine for your new home: door handles, benchtops, windows and wardrobes and even products you have probably not imagined like Gyprock that is good for your health, clever storage bins that are discretely hidden behind kitchen

cabinetry, lights and appliances that can be controlled when you are NOT at home and so much more. Innovation is well and truly obvious at Home Option Gallery in the services and products we provide. Our carefully selected suppliers are leaders in their field so you can be assured of quality and choice. Talk to our team about the wish list you have for your new home. We are on the journey with you so if it’s picking the right brick or the statement front door or the colour of your bedroom wall, we are with you every step of the way.

“I’m off to our local Hettich Endorsed Showroom to get our plans started!” Find your local Hettich Endorsed Showroom at hettich.com.au The Home Option Gallery accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the accuracy of any of the opinions or information or advertisements contained in Gallery Magazine and readers should rely on their own enquiries in making decisions concerning their own interests. No responsibility is accepted for the quality of goods or services supplied by advertisers, or for the accuracy of materials submitted for reproduction. To the extent permitted by law, the publishers, their employees, agents and contractors exclude all liability (including liability and negligence) to any person for any loss, damage, cost or expense incurred or arising as a result of material appearing in this publication. This magazine may not be reproduced in part or full without the written permission of Home Option Gallery. Copyright 2016, Home Option Gallery. HOM168

Gallery Gallery MAGAZINE 5 MAGAZINE 5


inside 28 8 THE KITCHEN is the room you simply have to get right. 14 HEALTHY LIVING starts in your new home. 22 METALLIC MAGIC and the latest in tile trends from Di Lorenzo. 28 MAKE GOOD TIMES BETTER with the right lighting. 36 WARDROBES to wow you. 42 A NEW BATHROOM to fall in love with. 50 YOUR FRONT DOOR says a lot about the rest of your home.

42 14

8 36

22 50 6 Gallery MAGAZINE

Gallery MAGAZINE 7


The Kitchen ... IS THE ROOM YOU SIMPLY HAVE TO GET RIGHT

and who better to help you than James Treble and Kitchen Culture.

8 Gallery MAGAZINE

Gallery MAGAZINE 9


JAMES TREBLE Interior Designer

Making all the selections for your new kitchen can be overwhelming as you want to make this part of your home a great success. It’s a space you will spend so much time in and usually flows on to living areas or other entertaining zones so getting it wrong can be detrimental to how your home functions.

Kitchen Culture specialise in quality kitchen designs that reflect the latest in bench tops, cabinetry, splashbacks, door handles and everything your dream kitchen needs. Renowned Interior Designer James Treble says that the standard kitchens offered by Kitchen Culture for Eden Brae homes are brilliant with plenty of choice ensuring your brand new kitchen looks good and works well for your household. Of course you can also upgrade to really personalise this room and make it perfect for all your needs. Perhaps you would like extra drawers or added height to your cupboards or a discreet pull- out bin. Ask yourself how do you want the kitchen to work for you? Are you an avid cook who wants lots of storage space for your various appliances? Or perhaps you want a generous island bench so you can prepare dinner whilst supervising kids with their homework. After all the kitchen really is the heart of the home and deserves more consideration than any other room. James Treble strongly advises to do your homework when it comes to the kitchen. “ Visit display homes, look at magazines, Pinterest and other sources of ideas” says James. The great advantage of visiting display homes is that you can get a real feel for how a specific kitchen design works and what if any changes you would make. You can walk around the space and imagine preparing a meal or making a morning coffee. You can see for yourself whether you like cabinetry in high gloss, matt or even a grain finish. Maybe you like funky door handles that are distinct features or no handles on your cupboards at all for a fluid and sleek look. Display homes help make all those decisions a little easier even if it means deciding what you don’t like. The Eden Brae Display homes are a fabulous resource. Visit them. Have a look at the various kitchen layouts and you will no doubt have more confidence when it comes to your own selections. Finally, discuss your kitchen wish list with the dynamic team at Kitchen Culture who are just as committed as you are to make your dream kitchen a reality.

10 Gallery MAGAZINE

Gallery MAGAZINE 11


smeg.com.au

DESIGN BEGINS WITH THE LINE

SMA17023

MINIMAL, MODERN AND ELEGANT. UNSURPASSED COOKING TECHNOLOGY. 12 Gallery MAGAZINE

OVENS • COMPACT OVENS • WARMING DRAWERS • COFFEE MACHINE • COOKTOPS Gallery MAGAZINE 13


Healthy Living STARTS IN YOUR NEW HOME –LITERALLY Creating an allergy - smart home is increasingly becoming a serious consideration. With 2.3 million Australians living with Asthma and one in three with allergies, creating a healthy home is and should be high on the list for anyone building a new home. Everyday triggers including pollutants, mould, volatile organic compounds and dust mite allergens can set off symptoms. Australians spend about 90 percent of their time indoors so the quality of the air we breathe is important. Pollutants in indoor air typically occur more frequently and at a higher concentrations than outside air and today’s home tends to be more air tight and built with materials that can contribute to indoor air pollution.

14 Gallery MAGAZINE

Gallery MAGAZINE 15


Condensation as a result of inadequate ventilation can also lead to mould. Not only is mould unattractive but also poses a serious health risk. Effective ventilation in the home is essential to keeping condensation and mould at bay. What’s great about building a home today is that innovative products and materials make it possible to live in a healthy home. CSR Gyprock Sensitive is one such product: 10mm plasterboard that offers superior moisture and mould resistance properties. Mould thrives in bathrooms where increased steam and humidity provide ideal conditions so the Gyprock Sensitive is the ideal solution for wet areas. Alisha Mykytowycz, Marketing and Communications and Brand Manager at CSR Gyprock explains that this product “is mould resistant due to a powerful but gentle antifungal agent throughout its core which penetrates the paper and subsequent decorating coating” It’s the only residential plasterboard to be approved by the National Asthma Council Australia’s Sensitive Choice program as a better choice for those living with asthma and allergies. Ventilation is also helped by window choice. Take Stegbars Louvre windows. They allow you to control airflow and breeze strength. When opened they act as air conditioning and closed, a solid barrier against water and wind. Stegbar also provide functional and stylish double hung windows and equally impressive bi fold doors and windows that provide open spaces to maximise ventilation. Stegbar windows and doors have been tested and comply with the Green Building Council of Australia’s guidelines on indoor Environment Quality. Choosing products to build your home with that are actually conducive to good health is not only a wise and smart decision but one that will have enduring benefits for your whole household. 16 Gallery MAGAZINE

Gallery MAGAZINE 17


Seascape

A better choice for asthma and allergy sufferers 2.3 million Australians suffer from asthma and one in three of us has an allergy Gyprock Sensitive has been approved by the National Asthma Council Australia’s Sensitive Choice® program as a better plasterboard choice: • Enhanced mould resistance • Improved moisture resistance • Low in volatile organic compounds (VOC) • Good Environmental Choice Australia (GECA) accredited

Tranquility captured The Seascape collection of four fully glazed finishes from PGH Bricks & Pavers™ is calm and tranquil. The colours in this collection include Pumice, Lagoon, Dusk and Sea Salt. Each evokes the serenity and calm of the sea and its surrounding landscape. These bricks need to be seen to be believed. ColourPicker allows you to select a specific colour from an image and match it to CSR Bricks & Roofing products. 18 Gallery MAGAZINE

Call us on 131 579 or visit www.pghbricks.com.au

Expect more from Gyprock® see more at gyprock.com.au/sensitive

Gallery GalleryMAGAZINE MAGAZINE 19 19


ACCENT COLOURS

WOODLAND GREY®

Accent colours are expected to change somewhat with a move away from coffee/ mocha tones that have enjoyed popularity in recent years to lighter, earthier, woody tones, light grey and increasingly popular red and blue tones. Make a statement with your roof by choosing COLORBOND® steel in Mangrove®, Terrain®, Ironstone® or Cove™.

TRADITIONAL COLOURS CLASSIC CREAM™

These design classics are probably more at home on traditional buildings than cutting edge contemporary design. COLORBOND® steel in Classic Cream™, Cottage Green® and Manor Red® are colours that have stood the test of time.

with confi dence WITH AN INSPIRING PALETTE OF 22 COLOURS TO CHOOSE FROM, COLORBOND® STEEL IS THE STARTING POINT TO CREATE THE RIGHT COLOUR SCHEME FOR YOUR ENTIRE HOME. YOUR COLOURS, YOUR CHOICE.

CREATE YOUR COLOUR SCHEME

NEUTRAL & GREY COLOURS

SHALE GREY™

It starts with choosing the colour of your roof. We’ll suggest complementary colours from Australia’s leading paint makers that go perfectly with your roof. Simply visit colorbond.com/hog

These colours continue to be popular amongst architects, designers and builders. Light, crisp and clean. And with energy-efficiency in mind, consider COLORBOND® steel in Surfmist®, Dune®, Shale Grey™ or Evening Haze®. FOR FURTHER ADVICE AND TO ORDER YOUR COLOUR CHART

CALL 1800 732 704 20 Gallery MAGAZINE

FOR INSPIRATION AND COMPLEMENTARY COLOUR SCHEMES

VISIT COLORBOND.COM/HOG

COLORBOND®, BlueScope and ® colour names are registered trade marks of BlueScope Steel Limited. ™ colour names are trade marks of BlueScope Steel Limited. © 2015 BlueScope Steel Limited ABN 16 000 011 058. All rights reserved. XX32830QD Gallery MAGAZINE 21


VETRO

The metallic trend is possibly the new neutral. Metallic colours from rose gold to gunmetal have the ability to lift any colour palette. Metallics bring a modern sophistication and chic elegance to any space. Gold hues can be edgy and refined, a touch of silver can be understated glamour, bronze can add luxurious warmth and thanks to modern applications almost every colour can have a metallic tone giving you so many options for decorating. According to Vogue the use of metallics in décor is up by 423% and it’s not going away anytime soon. Metallics pair effortlessly with organic textures and materials from timbers to raw stone and marble and they soften rich woods and masculine leathers and glamour and luxury are making a comeback. The stripped bare, minimalist approach is being surpassed by interiors that evoke emotion.

ALABASTRI DE REX

EXTRA LIGHT CIRCLES

Metallic décor creates interest and shine while accenting natural light. Metallic hues in flooring help to bounce light around the room and produce multi dimensional visuals. Metallic tiles have a distinct and unique appeal and work well with appliances and other fixtures. Who better than Di Lorenzo to provide the very latest tiles in this trend that’s clearly here to stay. Gallery MAGAZINE 23


COTTO ETRUSCO: An exquisite handmade product. The ancient kiln used to manufacture the terracotta was discovered in an old tip of Etruscan origin. A relationship then developed between designers and master craftsman which allowed the manufacture to recover ancient production techniques and secret formulas of glazes to create what is a beautiful handcrafted collection of terracotta tiles. –all made of natural oxides with stunning metallic hues in aqua blues, navy, purples, greens, reds, lilacs, oranges, pinks… ALABASTRI DI REX: Onyx, naturally luxurious and known as an ornamental stone is not always a practical choice for the home but the Alabastri range is a full body Italian porcelain tile which has all the durable properties of porcelain but perfectly replicates the stunning translucency of Onyx. EXTRA LIGHT CIRCLES: Extra light mosaics are made from transparent glass. The shape is contemporary and the colour palette luxurious. With such sublime names as gold penny, silver mirror and moka you cannot go wrong. I FRAMMENTI: Is the world’s smallest mosaic. It is 5x5x5mm in size and made in a matt, gloss and glass finish. Its small size allows it to be used on curved walls. The glossy options in gold, silver and bronze are sure to impress

I FRAMMENTI

LUX COLLECTION: True to its name and inspired by the colours of precious jewels. Suitable for walls, the use of this tile will raise the bar of any rooms interior. VETRO: A remarkable choice. The glass is produced in Tuscany and tumbled in Sicily and made up of 90% recycled material with all natural colours and pigments used to create a sophisticated factor with an elegant shimmer. From traditional metallic shades of silver and golds and coppers to a smattering of iridescent pinks and blues this tile range is simply gorgeous.

LUX COLLECTION 24 Gallery MAGAZINE

COTTO ETRUSCO Gallery MAGAZINE 25


I n k r e d i b l e 18 5 5 - 5 4

Carpets, Rugs and Timber Flooring 1 Celebration Drive Norwest Business Park Baulkham Hills NSW 2153 Telephone 02 8818 2999 www.dilorenzo.net.au

MATE TERRA FUMO — Chevron porcelain collection

DLZF833-03

DI LORENZO TILES Pty Ltd Tile Merchants | www.dilorenzo.com.au Castle Hill 02 8818 2999 | Waterloo 02 8818 2950 | Newcastle 02 8866 0720 | Caringbah 02 8818 2970 | Willoughby 02 8602 1470 Gallery MAGAZINE 27


MAKE GOOD TIMES EVEN BETTER WITH THE RIGHT LIGHTING This time of year is fabulous for celebrating and entertaining and lighting is a way of really making the most of your entertaining spaces whether they it be indoors or outside. Beacon has lights to suit every occasion. When it comes to bold lighting in the kitchen, brighter isn’t always better. In fact you need to be particularly smart with kitchen lighting and take into account all the other selections you have made for this area. Over bright lights and polished surfaces can often lead to glare. You may find yourself squinting during food prep or blocking a bright light during a conversation with a friend. Consider where you will be preparing meals and make sure this this task lighting is switched separately and has the ability to be dimmed or intensified as required.

28 Gallery MAGAZINE

Layering lighting is a great idea for the kitchen. This technique has three basic different layers of light which included Ambient, Task and Decorative. You then have control over the appropriate light source you need depending on the situation. The ambient layer is overhead lighting in the room that will allow for safe movement in the space. Task lighting is for preparing food and other kitchen tasks and Decorative/Accent lighting is for highlighting focal points in this space and enhancing overall design. Beacon Lighting has an incredible range of innovative lighting options for your kitchen from pendant lights over your island bench to clever LED’s for under the kickboard and skirting to add another dimension. If you are entertaining in alfresco area and outdoors there are some great options. Festoon lights are perfect for decorating entertaining areas and combine the traditional look of bulbs with LED technology for a super stylish solution.

Gallery MAGAZINE 29


Three Key Lighting Trends for summer 2018/19 Exterior occasional lighting such as the Dawson Lantern is IP44 rated and is DIY. Perfect for use as a lamp under an alfresco as they can be plugged into a power point or converted into a pendant to be hung from a low hanging branch or bough.

NEO CLASSIC: This trend is all about melding tradition and modern with brass being the key material. Beacon Lightings new Slavia chandelier range and Saville close to ceiling work so well with elements of brass and elegant cut crystal

LED Smart lighting gives you so many fun and creative ways to really add a splash of colour. You can match a party’s theme colour with your lighting: green and red for Christmas, striking metallic colours in silvers and golds for New Years and yes you can even throw a new colour onto a wall or even your front door. The possibilities are endless and entertaining has never been more fun.

MINIMALIST ZEN: Think clean lines, simple uncomplicated shapes. This somewhat masculine look is softened by accent colours of blue, white and grey. Check out Beacon’s Panorama ring, Lance floor lamp and Rand wall light

Don’t forget to fan it! Ceiling fans with integrated LED lighting mean you can have light AND comfort. Take note of the latest timber range in Ash, Koa and Teak.

30 Gallery MAGAZINE

URBAN NEUTRAL: This is a relaxed and casual trend that embraces soft textures and harmonious elements yet has versatile and modern appeal. Think shabby sheik meets urban rock. The Charlotte chandelier and Alvar Lantern lamps from Beacon echo this trend beautifully.

Gallery MAGAZINE 31


INTEGRATED ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS FOR YOUR NEW HOME CUSTOM PLANNING, DESIGN AND INSTALLATION BY HOME SMART INNOVATIONS.

Congratulations on your decision to build a new home!

Now that your building plans are complete, the professional team of consultants at Home Smart Innovations are ready to help you plan and develop a completely integrated electrical system for your home.

luxurious appointments such as in-floor heating, home theatre and audio, intercom systems and landscape lighting. Home Smart Innovations is conveniently located within the Home Option Gallery showrooms at Norwest Business Park and Thornton.

From the positioning of lighting, telephone and power points to preferred furniture and appliance locations, our friendly consultants take the time to understand your individual needs to deliver a completely customised electrical system for your new home.

HOSI001

With expertise in C-Bus automation, smart wiring and home networking technologies, our consultants will ensure your home is ready for the future before you even move in – we also help plan for more 32 Gallery MAGAZINE

clipsal.com/saturn www.homesmartinnovations.com.au

TV, PHONE & DATA | LIGHTING | C-BUS HOME AUTOMATION | SMART WIRING | HOME NETWORKING | INTERCOM | DUCTED VACUUM | HEATING & COOLING | HOME THEATRE | LANDSCAPE LIGHTING | SECURITY

Gallery MAGAZINE 33


Style your home with the latest lighting designs

abbey shutters & blinds

complete window solutions

BEACON LIGHTING COMMERCIAL Sydney 21/198 Young Street, Waterloo NSW 2017 Ph 02 9699 7255 E info@beaconlightingcommercial.com.au www.beaconlightingcommercial.com.au

Gallery MAGAZINE 34 Gallery MAGAZINE 34

35 Gallery MAGAZINE

Abbey Shutters and Blinds offer a complete window solution for all types of interior design and budgets. From plantation shutters, venetian blinds, roller blinds, romans and verticals. We offer the best advice and customer service to help you make the right decisions.


Wardrobes TO WOW YOU

BUILT- IN WARDROBES ARE AN INTEGRAL FEATURE OF BEDROOM DESIGN AND SHOULD NOT ONLY BE FUNCTIONAL BUT ALSO REFLECT YOUR PERSONAL STYLE. The ideal wardrobe is a stylish extension of the bedroom rather than simply an add-on. It should not only tick all the practical boxes but be aesthetically brilliant as well. The Galleria Series by Stegbar optimises bedroom space with clever designs and flexible storage options to suit any room whatever the style and size. The emphasis 36 Gallery MAGAZINE

on colour and texture, both inside and outside of the wardrobe can seamlessly integrate with the rest of the interior. This innovative range offers three unique collections to build a dream wardrobe: Essentials, Tailored and Couture. Home owners can mix and match between the collections choosing from a variety of board finishes, hardware, accessories and drawers so getting EXACTLY what you want is possible.

Di Lorenzo Tiles - PAPER 41 Gallery MAGAZINE 37


ESSENTIALS COLLECTION is the foundation of the Galleria range and the perfect starting point to build from. With everyday practicality in mind, the simple yet stylish Essentials Collection comes with standard size wardrobe tower widths and depths, metal sided drawers and a traditional range of handles. The all white board colours and accessories are perfectly suited to match both traditional and contemporary main stream design and offer timeless appeal. TAILORED COLLECTION has boundless potential for exceptional style combinations. Form and function work hand in hand with quality fixtures including soft close drawers, striking chrome accessories and a beautiful range of handles that compliment the choice of fashionable solid matte colours. COUTURE COLLECTION is about sophistication and luxury featuring on trend design colours and finishes. Decorative woodgrain, high gloss panels and architectural quality hardware in metallic and matte finishes allows for an elegant wardrobe that exudes sophistication. The right built-in wardrobe can make your bedroom even more of a haven. Great storage solutions mean you can have a more organised household and that can only be good thing. A beautiful bedroom is more achievable if there is every chance it looks tidy and functions superbly with a place for everything. The Galleria range from Stegbar makes this a reality. 38 Gallery MAGAZINE

Gallery MAGAZINE 39


Australian air conditioning that gives you

better efficiency + better savings.

At ActronAir, we understand the rising cost of living, right across our country. That’s why we’re leading the way with our award winning range of energy smart ducted air conditioners that keep you cool in summer, warm in winter and saving money all year round. In fact, our systems: Can be up to 75% more energy efficient than conventional ducted air conditioners, which can put an extra $900 in your hand, every year. Are designed in Australia for Australian conditions, with a superior operating range of up to 50 degrees. So you can take comfort that on the hottest of days, when others fold, ActronAir air conditioners keep on going strong. Better choice. Better efficiencies. Better comfort. ActronAir is designed for a better way of life for all Australians.

That ’s be tter. That ’s Actron.

Ordinary is not an option Merbau is a luxurious long lasting hardwood timber. It is an ideal solution for the harsh Australian environment as it is termite resistant, durable and stable. Discover for yourself, the extraordinary range of Merbau windows and patio doors from Airlite.

For further information visit airlite.com.au Gallery MAGAZINE 41


A NEW BATHROOM TO LOVE A designer bathroom is almost a staple in any brand new home –and for good reason. Life just seems to be getting busier and having that one room to escape to and enjoy some private time has meant the bathroom needs to be both supremely functional and super stylish.

42 Gallery MAGAZINE

Gallery MAGAZINE 43


Cook’s Plumbing provides products that tick all the boxes. Take the new look CLARK range of fixtures. Not only are they exclusive to the Australian and New Zealand market but they are affordable whilst still reflecting the latest designs. For example the innovative Round Blade Tapware range is available in chrome, matt black or a stunning matt black/brass combination - and all at the same price! You don’t need to compromise on the colour scheme you really want. Of course it’s not just about looks but how your bathroom functions and works for your household. Do you need extra shelving for multiple shampoo bottles? Or perhaps a place for your phone? Do you want a shower head that’s’ super easy to clean? Don’t forget even the flush buttons on your toilet seat can match your other bathroom items. Everything can be coordinated so there is consistency in presentation. Cook’s Plumbing supply you with brands that have integrity and CLARK is such a brand: Designed and engineered in Australia for Australian bathrooms no matter what their size. You can be assured you are getting quality and reliability. A bathroom, like the kitchen has many permanent fixtures so choosing inclusions that have enduring aesthetic appeal as well as superior performance qualities means you will enjoy your bathroom for years to come. The team at Cooks Plumbing want you to enjoy bringing your new bathroom to life. Never have there been such diverse options in colour and design from tapware to toilet roll holders. All you then need is some fresh towels, perhaps an aromatic candle and beautiful lighting and voila your bathroom becomes your very own day spa.

44 Gallery MAGAZINE

Gallery MAGAZINE 45


G+ ACCESS SYSTEM

STYLISH AND INNOVATIVE GARAGE DOORS Add the perfect touch to your home by adding one of our architectural range of doors. Our ‘Architectural’ garage doors are safer, stronger, with superior performance. Introducing the G+ Access System by Gainsborough G+ is a simple, smart, secure and affordable home access system that can be customised to suit your home. The G+ Access System gives you access to entry points, alarms, external lights and more, depending on the system you choose. FRONT GATE

FRONT DOOR

GARAGE DOOR

EXTERNAL LIGHTS

SECURITY ALARM

INTERNAL DOORS

Visit the Gallery Display Centre to experience the Gainsborough G+ Access System display and design your own unique G+ System! 22 Brookhollow Avenue, Norwest Business Park, Baulkham Hills, NSW, 2153. Phone: 02 8860 9330

To find out more about G+ and how it can work for you, call us on;

13 14 18

For more information email trade@homeoptiongallery.com.au

www.gainsboroughhardware.com.au 46 Gallery MAGAZINE

Gallery MAGAZINE 47


FSA /COR0071

AUSTRALIA’S LARGEST RANGE OF ROUTERED DOORS WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS.

DECO 1S

DECO 2S

DECO 3S

DECO 4S

DECO 11S

DECO 14S

DECO 13S

DECO 16S

DECO 10S

DECO 15S

DECO 8S

DECO 7S

DECO 04S

DECO 6S

DECO 9S

DECO 4S

“When designing an interior, it’s key to remember that the first thing people are going to see as they enter the room is the door.” GEORGIA EZRA G.A.B.B.E INTERIOR DESIGN

48 Gallery MAGAZINE

MODERN STARTS WITH CORINTHIAN

THE DECO COLLECTION The Deco Collection uses clean lines and geometry to open up a world of modern design for your home. When Georgia Ezra, of G.A.B.B.E Interior Design, is tasked with creating a stylish, modern room, she starts with Corinthian. For some design inspiration, watch Georgia style this room at Corinthian.com.au

Gallery MAGAZINE 49


A FRONT DOOR SAYS A LOT ABOUT THE REST OF YOUR HOME

The front door is like the principal dancer in a ballet. It has a solo performance and must not disappoint.

Selecting a door from the recently extended Corinthian Blonde Oak Collection has just got even more exciting with 11 highly versatile styles now available. No matter what your personal style you will find the right door from classic and traditional to the very contemporary. Crafted from sustainable timber, the popular Blonde Oak Collection has clear and translucent glass panel options available across the range. The light American White Oak veneer acts as a blank canvas with the freedom to choose a light or dark finish, opening up a world of design possibilities. Interior designer, Sally Knibbs says “The Blonde Oak Collection has been created with purity in mind; the ability to develop a single, unified theme throughout your home. This visual consistency is crucial to interior design as it reflects a sense of calm - in turn, giving your home a more refined finish. The versatility of the new range means it can be adapted to honour any home style, now or in the future. The quality craftsmanship and materials mean that 50 Gallery MAGAZINE

your door will look great now and can be refinished to create a new appearance if you choose to renovate.” Here Sally opens the door to some of her favourite looks and how a front door can really make an entrance. MINIMALIST: Forget fussy fashions, ‘less is more’ has become a universal design concept. This look is typified by refined simple lines, quality finishes, neutral colours and clean-cut edges. Corinthian’s City pivot door adorns an almost sparse exterior, using vertical glass panels to give the illusion of height and a rich brown shade to the door becomes the understated focal point of a modern home. “People are often drawn to minimalist interior style for its effortless simplicity, but it’s actually the contrast of tones, proportions and lighting that make the look. Try experimenting with different glass panelling to cast defining shadows in your entrance, and if architecturally equipped, choose a pivot door for a bolder opening to the home.”

MODERN COUNTRY: Modern country inspired homes reflect a sense of warmth and light, by marrying warm colours like creamy whites and chestnut browns, defined by strong timber accents throughout the home. “The Corinthian Blonde Oak door collection has a true Country style offering. The American White Oak veneer frame harmonises with a beautiful stone facade creating a seamless experience as you walk through the door. An open panel of clear glass allows light to fill the entrance, creating a cosy atmosphere in the home. Alternatively, frosted glass offers privacy for homes with direct visibility of the interior”.

door embody the natural landscape, while horizontal panels accentuate the shadow lines of the weatherboard. For a twist – try making a statement with a blue base stained door, drawing upon tones the sea and sky.” The Blonde Oak Collection is designed to be versatile enough for a range of architectural styles, allowing homeowners to set the tone of their home and creating a feeling of consistency. The range uses traditional stile and rail joinery techniques and meets BAL 12.5 requirements. Don’t underestimate the importance of the front door – give it the spotlight it deserves.

COASTAL: More than just a style, the coastal look is a way of life. Everything from the weatherboard, to the doors and windows take their aesthetic cues from the coastline and sunny skies. “Corinthian’s Blonde Oak Coastal doors reflect the beautiful Australian shoreline. The sandy colours of the Gallery MAGAZINE 51


How green is your concrete footprint? ecomax Environmentally friendlier concrete At Holcim we’re building the future in a sustainable way. In our business that means taking the lead and developing products that help reduce the environmental impact of building and construction. Our ecomax™ range of concrete does just that. Carefully developed by our team of technical experts, ecomax™ focuses on the inclusion of alternative cementitious materials, recycled water and other by-products - all reducing the product’s net environmental carbon footprint. We think of it as concrete with a conscience. If you’re dedicated to greener building, we can help you tread lightly with ecomax™ concrete suitable for driveways, house and shed slabs, and all your paving and landscaping needs. To discover more about your concrete footprint, phone Holcim on 13 11 88. www.holcim.com.au

52 Gallery MAGAZINE

Strength. Performance. Passion.

Gallery MAGAZINE 53


ING THE P T C

R PROTE E V

IF YOU'RE SERIOUS ABOUT SOLAR... 25

IN ROOFING

VE FOR O LO

It's got to be CSR Bradford

YEARS

PLE WE EO

1OO

solar

YEAR W ARRAn * TY Backed b y CSR Br adford

STOp EnERGY COSTS GOInG ThROUGh ThE ROOF! With energy costs predicted to continue to rise, now is the right time to plan for the future by installing a Bradford Solar PV (photo-voltaic) system that can save you over $1,500 per year.^ Bradford has solar systems to suit ever y requirement all backed by CSR the 150 year old company with 75 years of making Australian homes more energy efficient.

Get a quote today and start saving now.

STRONG & BEAUTIFUL Won’t Rust 4X

Colour Performance

1O° 1O°

Low Pitch

5O

Guarantee

YR

Bradford Solar has a range of solar systems to suit your needs.

CALL 1800

332 332 TODAY

www.bradfordsolar.com.au

^Based on a 4 kW system. Solar generation as per Clean Energy Council calculations. Solar generation will differ for every home based on the efficiency of the system, the direction and angle of the panels and the efficiency of the inverter. *25 year limited performance warranty on solar panels only.

monier.com.au

Gallery MAGAZINE 55


THE BUILDING DICTIONARY EXTERNAL

EVERYTHING YOUR HOME NEEDS.

EXTERNAL CLADDING

DOWNPIPES

ROOF VENTS

EAVES

GUTTER

FASCIA

HIP RENDER

MOROKA

MORTAR

BRICKS

BRICK

EAVES

EXTERNAL CLADDING

PITCH

Generally a clay based product that forms the external veneer of the house

This section of the building is horizontal and usually abuts your brickwork on one side and your fascia on the other. Usually would refer to material (usually timber) other than brickwork that is applied as a veneer to the external walls of your home.

The slope of the roof.

56 Gallery MAGAZINE

FLASHING

FAÇADE

DOWNPIPE

FASCIA

Sheet metal or other material used in roof and water construction to protect from water seepage. This is a French word often used to describe the front face or external front of the home.

This is a vertical material that carries the rain water down into the storm water.

This material usually runs horizontally around your house and covers the edge of your roof.

GUTTER

HIP

METER BOX

MOROKA

A shallow channel of metal set along the eaves of a house to capture and carry water.

The external angle formed by the meeting of two sloping sides of a roof.

This is where your electrical metering will be stored and is located externally on your house. This is a propriety brand of paint finish that is applied with a woollen mitt, generally over the common brickwork. When looking at a brick wall, it

MORTAR

RENDER

ROOF VENTS

is the material separating the bricks from each other.

This product is generally applied over a ridged surface forming a hard durable finish that can be pre coloured or painted to your choice.

PITCH

You will see these protruding from may roofs; they are a mechanical way of removing hot air from the area under your roof. METER BOX

WATER TANK

FAÇADE

Subject to local authority requirements this capture and stores rain water from your roof. Gallery MAGAZINE 57


THE BUILDING DICTIONARY INTERIORS

EVERYTHING YOUR HOME NEEDS.

CORNICE

ARCHITRAVE

BEAM TRIM BALUSTRADE

UNDERCOAT

SHUTTERS SKIRTING BOARD

RISE

BUILDING A NEW HOME CAN BE OVERWHELMING AND EXCITING WITH MANY DECISIONS TO MAKE. MOST TERMS ARE SELF-EXPLANATORY BUT WE HAVE PUT TOGETHER DEFINITIONS OF THOSE THAT ARE NOT AS CLEAR CUT. The more you understand some of the lingo that is part of the construction world, the more clarity and confidence you will have during the building process. 58 Gallery MAGAZINE

ARCHITRAVE

BALUSTRADE

BEAM

This material is used to seal the window/door frame to the walls and can come in varied and ornate shapes, generally timber. This is the vertical material that supports the handrail on a staircase , the word is the plural of baluster. These predominantly prevent falling from the staircase. A structural member (usually made of wood or steel) transversely supporting a weight.

CORNICE

LANDING

UNDERCOAT

RISE

This material is fitted to the junction of the wall and the ceiling and can be ornate or plain, generally semi curved.

A platform between flight of stairs or where the stairs end.

A coat applied PRIOR to the finishing or top coats of a paint job.

The vertical height of a step or flight of stairs.

SKIRTING BOARD

SHUTTERS

TREAD

TRIM

A wooden boards running along the base of an internal wall, generally timber.

Usually light weight louvres at the side or over windows and used for decorative and functional purposes. The horizontal board on a stairway, on which the foot is placed.

TREAD

LANDING

The finish materials such as mouldings, edgings applied around openings (window trim, door trim) or at the floor and ceilings of rooms (cornices, skirting boards) Gallery MAGAZINE 59


Outdoor living environments Award winning landscape design practice

No matter how dry it might get in the future, some things you can be sure of.

2013 AILDM Silver Award for Residential Design over $150,000

2013 AILDM Gold Award + Best in Category for Landscape Management

2013, 2012 + 2011 Hills Building & Design Award for Landscaping, Urban

2010

AILDM Award for Landscape Management

changing rainfall patterns make the future even more uncertain.

2008

Australia’s climate has always been unpredictable. Today’s

At Tankworks we have been making quality steel water tanks

since 1934, so we understand the importance of having a water

AILDM Landscape Design Award for Best Residential Landscape Design under $25,000

source you can depend on. With our unique made-to-measure system you can get a tank that fits your space and your needs perfectly.

Our tanks have a smaller carbon footprint than plastic and

Made-to-measure tanks

concrete tanks, and they won’t deteriorate under the harsh

Visit us at www.tankworks.com.au to

Australian sun. Made from 100 percent recyclable steel, a

design your tank in minutes.

Tankworks water tank is the sustainable choice for the future. Visit us at www.tankworks.com.au.

For more information visit us at 60 Gallery MAGAZINE www.ecodesign.com.au or call on 02 9680 7712

TK1581


!

W E

N

More Flame, Less Frame.

00

7

AF

Discover the new AF700 gas fireplace that redefines its category.

DX Series Multiroom Gas FIreplaces

Multiroom DX Series

High Efficiency DL Series

Freestanding FS730

Double sided fireplace This dual sided, see-through gas fireplace doubles the flame and doubles the impact. Complete the look by adding in the reflective side panels to elongate the firebox for an infinite flame effect.

Ambient ST900

62 Gallery MAGAZINE

Outdoor Gas EF5000

Flame with function

Smart fireplace

Space heating with our unique DX Series Multiroom heat ducting.

You can control your fireplace with ease via the web or a Smart phone app.

This fireplace heats the far corners of the same room or heats multiple rooms within your home.

Never arrive home to a cold house again. Turn on your fire before you leave work then walk in and enjoy.

Outdoor Wood EW5000

Gallery MAGAZINE 63


8IN1 MULTI-BENEFIT

PROTECTION 9 9 9 9

Wash resistant Scrub resistant Asthma & allergy friendly Inhibits mould & mildew

9 9 9 9

Stain resistant Anti-microbial Low VOC & odour Nanoguard technology

RET1353

Scientifically proven & backed by our Lifetime Guarantee†

ALL-NEW TAUBMANS ENDURE *Testing was performed to Australian standards where applicable and against market leading competitors in the same segment using white base interior wall paints in Low-sheen and Matt-sheen in January 2018. † Gallery MAGAZINE For full 64 conditions around our LIFETIME GUARANTEE visit www.taubmans.com.au

Profile for edenbraehomes

Home Option Gallery Magazine  

Whether you're hunting down a great deal or simply wanting advice from those in the know, Eden Brae Homes' Home Option Gallery allows you to...

Home Option Gallery Magazine  

Whether you're hunting down a great deal or simply wanting advice from those in the know, Eden Brae Homes' Home Option Gallery allows you to...