Tomi Williams latest interior project features on the cover of Homestyle Magazine.

Ceramic homeware designed by Gidon Bing is featured on the kitchen bench and display shelving.

Alice Lines, the editor of Homestyle, has done a brilliant job in highlighting the process Tomi used to create this elegant modern interior in an historic Auckland Villa. The brief was to embrace the clients Indian culture with an industrial edge. They also wanted to utilise colours that reflected their heritage and avoid living in a white box.

Tomi Williams was involved from the resource-consent stage and ensured that the new layout of the home had a spacial flow from front to back. The interior design included dramatically changing the floor-plan to create an open plan kitchen that flowed into a contemporary dining and living area.

Colour plays a significant role in this home interior. Tomi started by researching modern Indian interiors and fashion, which highlighted the strong use of blue and terracotta. We've selected a couple of pics from the article but it's definitely worth a read in full so make sure you pick up the latest edition of Homestyle.

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Colour plays a significant role in this home and tells the story of it’s inhabitants.
Tomi Williams
This stylish solid oak dining table features a beautiful curved edge detail to the long sides of the table top which combines with the curves and chamfers of the legs to give an organic feel to the piece. The table features a reciprocating mechanism—pull on one end to extend and the other end opens at the same time. The extension leaf is stored within the table as a butterfly mechanism—it is simply flipped open into place. Romana is a modern dining and living-room furniture collection with soft curves and sophisticated craftsmanship that emphasise Ercol’s skill in working with solid timber. Each piece is made from sustainable pale oak and finished in a clear matt lacquer to both protect the timber and show off its beauty.

This stylish solid oak dining table features a beautiful curved edge detail to the long sides of the table top which combines with the curves and chamfers of the legs to give an organic feel to the piece. The table features a reciprocating mechanism—pull on one end to extend and the other end opens at the same time. The extension leaf is stored within the table as a butterfly mechanism—it is simply flipped open into place.

Romana is a modern dining and living-room furniture collection with soft curves and sophisticated craftsmanship that emphasise Ercol’s skill in working with solid timber. Each piece is made from sustainable pale oak and finished in a clear matt lacquer to both protect the timber and show off its beauty.

The Extending Dining Table is part of a wider Romana collection. The Large Sideboard is a handsome dining storage solution that ties in perfectly with this piece.

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