The Hamptons – Main Beach

With the help of Interior Designer Nyria King, Principle John Croft designed an exquisite rental home with wide appeal that served all the requirements for durability, function and low maintenance. Careful attention was placed in the selection of hard-wearing materials that could withstand the wear and tear that only rental properties are subjected to. The beachfront property’s Hampton’s inspired architecture and the owner’s request for a classic, coastal feel set a clear direction for John’s design of the interiors. Starting with the living room, a contemporary take on classically designed case goods combined with gorgeous au-courant materials in blues and blues and whites blend beautifully with the beige walls and the golden handcrafted seagrass rug to evoke an elegant holiday haven. The Master Bedroom’s centrepiece, a classic wingback headboard combined with the diamond pattern on the bedside tables which is ingeniously echoed in the fashionable tribal pattern of the bed linens together impart a calm and inviting space for repose. In the guest bedroom, the classic tufted velvet headboard modernized with tribal art and decorative pillows that mirror the pattern and compliment the colours in the artwork convey a warm and enticing mood for rest and relaxation. In the dining room, beautiful black French Café chairs surround a rustic reclaimed timber dining table with a striking trestle leg set in front of a complimentary hutch handsomely accessorized with blue and white objects continuing with the classic theme yet providing an inviting space where guests can spend hours on joyous banter forming cherished memories to last a lifetime.

At John Croft Design, all interior designers work relentlessly to give each client unmatched personal care and spectacular unique designs tailored to their needs and requirements. For your next project contact our offices to schedule an appointment with one of our very talented team members.

To read more about this relaxing beach retreat project please click the link to the pdf.

See this article as published in Queensland Homes, Winter 2016, Vol 31, No 129


															
																														
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