This is an abode that favours vibrancy over minimalism, evident in the sitting room, where walls in half-strength Feather Boa by Dulux create a soft backdrop for the standout turquoise sofa. Vibrant cushions contrast beautifully with the natural tones of the hanging wicker chair (for similar, try Byron Bay Hanging Chairs) and a timber cart-style coffee table.
The entire open-plan kitchen, living and dining area showcases polished blackbutt timber boards – a dramatic juxtaposition with walls in inky Midnight Seas by Wattyl. The glowing raspberry velvet couch and yellow wire chandelier from Fenton & Fenton make a strong style statement.
With its yellow glass splashback and white laminate benches, the kitchen is a practical, family-easy space that ties in seamlessly with the rest of the home.
Eclectic, interesting pieces, like this unusual coat rack, found at a local boutique, are dotted throughout the home, adding to the sense of whimsy.
The stand-out in the main bedroom is the floor, painted in Dulux Raspberry Sorbet. Suspended above the bed are a pair of capiz-shell pendants sourced in Bali (try West Elm for similar), while the timber side table makes a unique bedside piece.
Another painted floor is a stroke of creative genius, but also highly cost efficient compared to coloured carpet. Painted in Wattyl Radiant Orange, then sprinkled with confetti and finished with a coat of clear varnish, it has become the base to a playground of bright hues, thanks to a yellow tapestry from Ballyhoo Art, Kip & Co bedding, and a vivid blue Cory surfboard.
In the family bathroom, colourful towels from Penny & Reiby blend perfectly with a vintage Indian storage unit which is very handy for hanging towels – pretty and practical!