Sick of cleaning the tiles on your splashback? Why not have Berstan Homes design and install a stone splashback in your new kitchen and save all that cleaning.
Not only are they stunning but very practical.
A kitchen is the heart of the home, it’s where meals are prepared and often eaten at breakfast bars and tables close by.
When designing our kitchen we like to add contrasts to create points of interest.
One of the best things about engaging a Custom Builder is you can have them design anything you want. Here is a great example of a client wanting
a bright kitchen. We placed led downlights into the cabinets for an extra feature and what a great result. read more
There is something about timber, it’s naturally warming and stunningly brilliant when used throughout your home finishes. Here’s an alfresco ceiling lined
with Cedar lining boards and when oiled the magnificent true colours of this amazing timber will show through. read more
Another slab nearly completed at this soon to be magnificent dual occupancy development.
Instead of having steps within the homes design we decided to split level the slabs creating no steps within the homes.
Another slab nearly ready for pouring at one of our Warrandyte sites, we have chosen to use a waffle slab in this case after consultation with our engineering
team. There are many options when it comes to slabs and foundations depending on the site. read more
There are so many different styles of stair balustrades and I always suggest a glass option because it creates an open feel.
Staircases can become very confining so using a glass balustrade seems the logical option.
There are so many different styles for your custom home with multiple combinations of bricks, stone, metal, and timber just to name a few.
Here is a great example of an industrial style designed feature combining metal and timber with a great result.
With so many Dual occupancy projects under construction in Melbourne at the moment, it pays to make yours stick out in the crowd.
Bathrooms and ensuites are a great start and here is interesting combination of 80 mm stone with the warming effect of timber cabinets.
Kew is without a doubt an expensive suburb for land purchasers, so when designing your home you certainly want to make sure the design maximizes the land
A perfect way to save land is to add a basement and if the area is still tight for a turning circle why not add a turn table to help manoeuvre your