Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Chance Encounters

A few weeks ago this lovely yet a little frazzled lady came into the shop looking for a table for her banquette seating.  After we looked at a few options we decided she was actually looking for the completely wrong style of table - ergonomically it just wasn't going to work - So long story short she handed everything over and asked us to deal with it - so we did!

The space was a dark very heavy space with no life.  We quickly changed the colour her kitchen was being painted and added a pendant light.  Along with an amazing wall of wallpaper goodness, custom cushions, rugs and artwork.  I don't think this space could feel and look any better!  SO Gorgeous!  Just perfect for the gorgeous family who lives here!
*Kitchen Design and Build by Lifestyle Bathroom Renovations.












Wednesday, December 3, 2014

The last few weeks

The last few weeks leading up the Christmas are always nuts.... I actually feel like my brain is exploding with all the stuff I am trying to remember.  So what did we go and do??  Adopt a dog.  Yep!  A dog.  He is lovely.  Perfect in fact.  But seriously I think I am a sucker for punishment.

So... Meet our new mascot Odie.  He is a 7yo Labrador cross Ridgeback and is Clay's best friend already.  So special.


On another note, we will be closing for Christmas from the 20th of December through to the 20th or January.  I will always be available on my mobile if there are any interior emergencies and I will be working from home as well.  So please feel free to give me a call if you would like to organise a meeting, I'm always around!

Thursday, November 27, 2014

To build from scratch or renovate??

The majority of our clients are renovations.  We really love working on houses with character and history which is something that you miss with a new build, however, sometimes a new build is what suits you best!  Recently we completed a new build for a lovely young couple looking for a 'Hampton Style' home with a contemporary edge.  Obviously budgets are always thrown in the mix and the forever loved 'Hampton Style' certainly isn't the most cost effective way to design and build a home so we got clever and created this beauty for them!  A gorgeous home for a gorgeous couple!

If you would like any details regarding this gorgeous home email us on admin@rylo.com.au.














Monday, November 24, 2014

Calm before the Storm

Its 6am.  I love this time of the morning.  Before I had Clay it was unheard of to be up or even awake before 7, but now, its the best time of the day!!!  I'm laying in my bed - which (hopefully) in the short term future will actually be where my kitchen island bench will be - looking out at a really sunny day!  The husbie has left for work a good hour ago and I still have another hour before hurricane Clayton is awake!  This time of year is always a bit crazy.  My mind is well and truly frazzled and I can't remember a thing.  I only remember what my phone tells me to remember.  So if you come and see me and I don't write down what I am going to do for - tell me to write it down.... Seriously!

Anyway - excuse the rambles... I wanted to show you a gorgeous little bathroom reno that is nearly done.  This house was purchased by a young family earlier this year. Designed in 1927 by the renowned architect E.P Trewern this house features some of the most divine coffered ceilings and detailed plaster ceilings I have seen in a long time!  I always say to my clients they should live in a house before they start to renovate, but with 2 little girls and 1 bathroom with no bath and the smallest little vanity, a bathroom reno was a bit of an immediate must.  As we had to keep the existing linen cupboard, we built the room out by 450mm into the neighbouring bedroom to accommodate a toilet and larger custom vanity.  This created so much space and allowed us to put a 1600 bath in and a separate shower.  We wanted to keep the traditional integrity of the building but bring it into the 21st century so we kept the VJs above the tile line and kept to a smaller bluestone mosaic on the floor to reference the original hexagonal mosaics.  With the shower screen and mirror to go in and a lick of paint to come - I still think this little bathroom is a family friendly stunner!

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Time flies when you're having fun!

We have been busy bees in the world of Rylo!  Rylo Interiors and Rylo Building and Design have started to embark on really great projects.  Doing large renovations and new builds as well as our decorating jobs.  It has been over a year of massive projects and fun clients.

We have a new website - www.rylo.com.au and we have updated our blog to help inspire me to keep blogging and keep you all up to date with what is going on at the moment in the world of Rylo.

Here are a few piccis of our big renovation on an late 1890's cottage in Camp Hill.  It is probably the best before and after we will ever have!  Ryan and I loved doing this gorgeous home and this is where we bought our little boy Clayton home from hospital to.  We are on to the next project now, but I still love this house so so much!  There are plenty more photos on our website!  www.rylo.com.au

Oh and welcome to Mr and Mrs Rylo!

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Friday, May 3, 2013

May Already!?


It's May already..... That means a few things for us here at Rylo....

1. It means it has nearly been a year since I have blogged.
2. It means we now have a full building and renovating service available through Rylo Building and design...
3. It means we are adding the the Rylo Family this month!!

When you start a business you really have these grand ideas of all of the things that you are going to do for the business on a regular basis... Things such as blogging were right up there on my list of things to do.  Unfortunately, there aren't enough hours in the day to allow me to blog so I have been 'instagraming' and 'facebooking' when I can! This is so quick and easy, but unfortunately it means that the blog just slides way down the list of things to do...

There have been so many changes at Rylo in the past few months... I would be writing an essay if I went through all of them, but probably one of the biggest is the addition of Rylo Building and Design.  My husband Ryan is now a fully qualified builder and we have an incredible team of contractors at the ready to complete anything from a full new build to a simple renovation.  It is so exciting to be able to offer our clients a full service and we are hoping to have our newest project photographed and up on a new website soon.  So stay tuned!!!!

Another change to Rylo Interiors has been Angie....  Angie joined me at Rylo as my angel and offsider just before Christmas.  All of our regulars would know Angie by now, but if you haven't been in and met her yet please do!  She is fabulous!  Her eye for design and style is impeccable and I actually don't think I would survive without her....

Which leads me on to the final point...  Ryan and I are due to have a baby this month!  I will be taking a little time off, but I will always be contactable via email and Angie will be stalking me every day... So it will be business as usual here, but at home I will be learning how to be a mum, wife and business owner at the same time and trying to nail all three!!!

So please like us on Facebook and follow us on instagram for regular updates as the blog is going to once again be pushed down the list.

I can't thank all of my fabulous clients enough for all of their well wishes for our up coming addition to the Rylo Family!  We are so excited and the little man will be a regular in store... Cuddles are welcome!!

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Rylo Interiors Pop Up Sale

 We are super excited to announce that Rylo Interiors is having our first pop up sale. Lots of stock up to 80% off including designer home wares, fabrics and furniture. Artist Nadine Sawyer will also be selling off some of her fabulous pieces. Come one, Come all... 28th July from 8am and will be under cover if it rains.


 

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