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St Martins by Kestie Lane Studio and Matt Gibson


Pivotal to the design is the island bench, finished in Quartzite stone from Artedomus, as are the diamond-shaped tiles used for the splashback and also at the base of the island bench. “The bench feels more like leather, and the colours pick up on the bronze hue of the glass cabinets, one to conceal the flue and the other to display glasses,” Kestie says, pointing out the bronze and copper flecks in the island benchtop. Its deep drawers and ease of opening also appealed to Andrew and Cathryn, as well as Kestie’s suggestion to go with Rakumba pendant light designed by Adam Goodrum. The Rakumba pendant light comprises a series of moveable lights along a steel frame offering flexible and targeted lighting where it’s needed. “It certainly creates a sense of being in a gallery,” Kestie says, pointing out the bagged white painted brick wall that is part of the original Victorian terrace.



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Streamlined Design Details with Kestie Lane Studio

Streamlined Design Details with Kestie Lane Studio


An elegant layering of texture and warmth is achieved through tiles and timber. Kestie leans on a combination of glazed and honed tiles to evoke curiosity and contrast. “We tend to adhere to the tried and true tile products we know work well – durable and easy to clean. For this reason, we intentionally limit our library to a very curated selection, often sourcing from Academy Tiles.”

Throughout The Hopetoun, Kestie stipulates bespoke, stained oak timber joinery from Maas & Co to create a tailor-made, natural finish for the drawers and cabinetry. 



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