The colourful painting by local artist Pascale inspired the room’s orange and grey scheme, with splashes of blue coming courtesy of a Beachwood ‘Pineapple’ lamp and No Chintz merino wool throw. The roomy custom-made couch and ‘Caribbean’ coffee table, both from Beachwood, act as a neutral base, while the driftwood floor lamp, also Beachwood, speaks of the home’s seaside location. A low timber table and stools from Mark Tuckey tone with the original tallowwood floors.
A console, wicker baskets and white shelving unit offer chic storage against a bold black wall.
The simple but chic staircase is crafted from solid maple with a balustrade made from yachting cable.
Originally painted tired yellow, the bedroom furniture was swathed in white paint for a fresh finish against the black feature wall. For accessories, the couple turned to Beachwood, who custom-made the pendant light and matching cushion in Kravet ‘Riad’ fabric. A duo of floral prints, sourced from a local store, bring irresistible charm.
In the kids’ petite bathroom, a large frameless mirror heightens the sense of space, while simple
black cabinetry and stone flooring lend contemporary flair.