This busy family in Vaucluse had bought their run down 1970's home with an approved plan for an additional storey. Working with the builder Capital Constructions this owner required a full interior design service. Amendments were made to the plans and colours, finishes & furniture selection were chosen based on the owners love of white and tonal colour-ways. The bathrooms became an exercise in sophisticated restraint using three tones of grey in tiles, complemented with stunning marble accents. The concrete style porcelain tiles were used inside and out to maximise visual space and provide flow. A stacked silver limestone was selected as a façade treatment to complement the crema marble tiles and provide cohesion from inside to out.