Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Caldesign news

You can now read our blog/news over at 

Our latest post on design trends 2018/19 is now available here

Visit us online and check out some of our
Interiors & Landscape projects  (a small taste is below)

Pop into our studio to discuss your project
You can find us at
25A Redleaf Avenue

Or drop us a line at

Or contact us
02 9487 8646

We look forward to hearing from you!

The Caldesign team

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Simple pleasures

A natural beauty in Cap Ferret.
Credit The Socialite Family
Read and see more here

The Caldesign team x

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Milanese beauty

The apartment of Italian architect Barbara Ghidoni and her husband Renato Corazzo reflects Barbara's effortless style and love of history. The apartment brims with period features and is filled 
with the couple's wonderful furniture just makes our hearts sing!
Read the full story and interview here

Have a great rest of the week.

The Caldesign team x

Friday, March 10, 2017

Copenhagen apartment

We are in love with this beautiful Copenhagen apartment owned by Kinfolk founder Nathan Williams. We just love its elegance, beautiful architecture and gorgeous details...
As seen on Residence magazine. Thanks for the heads up My Scandinavian home.

I hope you are as inspired by this as we are.
See more pics and read the article here.

Catch up soon
the caldesign team x 

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

mid century beauty

We do admire mid century architecture 
 appreciate its clean lines, open spaces
simplicity, lightness and brightness.
For us it's living proof that less is definitely more.
We love it!

source pinterest and google

The Caldesign team

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

50 shades of green

Green is the new black...
Add as much or as little as you like, use it as an accent or be bold and paint a whole room in your favourite shade, add accessories in darker and/or lighter shades or pair it with grey for a more soothing effect. Paint one wall in your dining or living area green to bring the outdoors in, it'll add interest and depth to the space - leave the other walls white for a crisp look. Green will bring freshness to your interiors, lushness to your outdoor space and it will have a calming effect on people...Choose a brighter/darker green to make a modern space come to life or a more subtle/olive green if you are after a more nostalgic or traditional look. If you are not ready to re-paint the walls as yet you can simply add indoor plants to your living area, kitchen, study or bedroom to enjoy this gorgeous hue.
It's definitely a winner, we love it!

images - pinterest

Have a wonderful week

the caldesign team x