South Australian Style Magazine : South Australian Style 27 Spring
The Idea Samara: As we sourced our inspiration, the steel doors were something that kept appearing in all of our favourite spaces. We decided to incorporate the industrial-style, black steel frames throughout our home, including the bathroom, lounge, kitchen and bedroom. The biggest speed bump was the cost. This led to us partnering with a steel smith to have them made on site, creating standard sizes and designs ready to buy at prices more affordable than their custom alternative. We are still half way through an extension that will house our kitchen, dining and a self-contained living area. The kitchen will look out through the steel framed doors onto the garden.” “ steel the trend Steel & Smith Surprised to find that the steel doors were only available custom made at a high price and with long lead times, Samara decided to launch her own business with a range of standard doors and windows pre- made. This allows people to easily and affordably replace dated aluminum or aging timber. The doors and windows come in two sizes and a range of designs. Choose from a traditional design to suit a home with standard ceiling height or taller frames that make the most of high ceilings. Each door design has a matching window panel that can be used alongside. The doors can be ramset plug and screwed into brick or masonry, or directly screwed into a timber frame. steelandsmith.com The trendy hanging pendant lights were made by Workstead in Brooklyn, NY Get the look with Phoenix Tapware’s vivid range in matte black, available from Estilo & The Source.
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