Wednesday, January 18, 2012
There's not much I can say to add to these pics, except to say it was actually perfect.
Well, I'll say a few things. The interiors had a tropical vibe (which I love) with lots of furniture from Coco Republic. But the thing that stood out for me was the joinery. The cupboards in the kitchen were laminate with wood trim. The walk-in-robes had interior lighting. And there was none of the white melamine that lines most cupboards. Instead, the inside was all lovely wood grain. The attention to detail was amazing.
There are 34 villas in total. The landscaping is by Jamie Durie and is maintained by an army of gardeners. The villas have a view of the ocean, other islands and the Yacht Club itself (pictured below).
About Spots and Stripes
When I began my third renovation, I swapped the corporate ladder for the rusty paint ladder and began my website and blog, Spots and Stripes, which chronicles the restoration of our 'Queenslander' in Brisbane. I'm also an interior editor helping clients to create a customised home. Let me know if I assist you with the selection of lights, tiles, mirrors, wallpaper, paint, furniture and fabric.
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