Resort-Style Living At The Quartz
Designed in a travel-less time, The Quartz was made to bring resort-style living home. Many of us had experienced confinement in our own homes in 2020. Not being able to leave the house, let alone travel, brought forward the importance of having a safe space like a resort-style dream home...
Abundance of natural light
There’s something about natural light that makes you step into a room and “wow”. Natural light can make a room look lighter and brighter, and make it feel more spacious. Not only that, but daylight can also improve our overall wellbeing and mood.
White on white with pops of oak
Minimalism is key to embodying a simple and relaxed lifestyle, and nothing is more minimal than a fresh canvas of white. Add in oak furniture and décor to harmonise the room and weave in elements of the natural Australian coastal landscape.
Stylish, versatile and energy efficient
Sustainable living is becoming more popular than ever. An energy-efficient home not only reaps environmental advantages, but also lowers operating costs over time. An easy and stylish feature you can incorporate to save energy is using large sliding doors and windows to bring natural light indoors.
Fresh, breezy and calm
This design trend comes from the quintessential Australian beach style which has been refined over the last decade. It takes inspiration from our natural coastal landscape and the Hampton’s style to embody Aussie beach culture and give a relaxed vibe.
Modern and minimalistic
The modern design trend utilises clean lines, simple patterns, neutral colours and natural lighting. Minimalism is all about cleanliness, functionality and blending style and storage to create an open floor space. Marry these two together and you’ll get airy rooms with strong focal points.
Functional yet stylish
The way to create a functional home is by defining the spaces according to your lifestyle and maximising all space for storage. The fun part then comes with adding your own unique twist to these storage spaces.
The perfect entertainers home space includes an open kitchen with an island bench or breakfast bar, ample space in the pantry, a guest bathroom and a long dining table. For the outdoor area, a picnic bench and a BBQ or kitchenette is a must.