Creating beautiful and cohesive spaces within a home is an art form – an art form that Humphrey Homes Interior Designer Joie Stevenson strives to perfect for each client.
Ms Stevenson remembers being interested in art and design from a young age, full story >
With expectations that Western Australia’s border opening would provide much-needed relief to the building industry, Humphrey Homes Owner and Director Dean Humphrey said other unforeseen challenges had arisen that were negatively impacting the full story >
Western Australia is packed with history-rich suburbs where heritage and modern living meet harmoniously.
Old pieces that may not mix with your modern vision can be repurposed to create a balance by blending the two styles. full story >
With the current housing boom that we all find ourselves in, there’s been lots of talk about supply shortages, material constraints and delays in completion times, so what is the solution? full story >
In addition to the stunning art on display at our Swanbourne Open House, did you know the furniture is also available for sale too?
The styling has been delivered with the help of Loam who are based in Claremont and collaborated with us on this very full story >
A home that embodies the breezily simple lifestyle of North Coogee canal living, this custom build by Humphrey Homes makes use of its location’s best attributes – natural sunlight and sparkling water views. full story >
Sprawling across two levels and consisting of five bedrooms and four bathrooms, this custom build by Humphrey Homes enjoys an enviable location, only a few streets back from the beach in charming Cottesloe.
With soaring ceilings stretching to 3.5m, full story >
No matter what size your block is, there are ways you can use it to your advantage and build a home you may not have initially envisioned.
Humphrey Homes Architect Helen Marchesani said orientation was the number one driver when choosing any block full story >
With a deep love for architecture and interior design, Humphrey Homes Interior Designer Katie Bossong recently spoke with New Homes about her profession and what inspired her to pursue it. full story >
Cottesloe builder Dean Humphrey has been appointed President of the Housing Industry Association (WA) after successfully serving two mandatory years as Regional Vice President.
He is the first small building company owner to take the role and his full story >
Building gives homebuyers the chance to design a home that suits them to a tee, but with so many facets to the process, how can you be sure you’re making the right design decisions?
Humphrey Homes Owner and Director Dean Humphrey said functionality full story >
Swanbourne homeowners Wayne and Kylie received the ultimate gift last Christmas – a beautifully sculpted house constructed by their favourite homebuilder.
Completed in mid-December, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom abode was built by Humphrey Homes, full story >
Humphrey Homes has today been named Western Australia's Residential Building Designer of the Year by the Housing Industry Association.
Today's award comes just three weeks after we were named Perth's Best Residential Building Designer, Best Custom full story >
Best Custom Built Home, Residential Building Designer of the Year and Best Kitchen Design… these were the awards collected by Humphrey Homes at the annual HIA Perth Housing Awards on Saturday night.
The Housing Industry Awards acknowledge the best full story >
Dean Humphrey built his first home, in Kalgoorlie, before he was 21. Today the Cottesloe resident oversees one-off designs mostly in the western suburbs.
Dean, 54, said he persuaded his parents to help finance his first property venture in the full story >
Builders in the western suburbs are busier than ever, despite pandemic fears, council figures show.
The councils of Cottesloe, Claremont, Cambridge, Nedlands and Subiaco issued a combined 140 building permits in July, up from 113 in the same month full story >
The humble backyard has always been a mainstay amongst Western Australian homes – a place for the family to spend time together while enjoying our state’s predominantly beautiful weather.
While lot sizes have shrunk over time, and backyards with full story >
The Western Australian homebuilding scene has traditionally been a very brick-dominated space, but according to Humphrey Homes Owner/Director Dean Humphrey, timber is becoming an increasingly popular material among homebuyers. full story >
The oldest home in Peppermint Grove recently embarked on a new chapter in its storied history, with a phenomenal 15-month renovation by custom architect and builder Humphrey Homes bringing it into the 21st century while paying respectful homage to full story >