Our Interior Makeovers team were commissioned to style the new Avanti Penthouse apartment in the heart of Terrigal. This prominent architectural residence has just been completed by Sydney developer Dino Seraglio. The stunning Avanti complex at 401/8 Painters Lane boasts one of the most prime locations and is a showcase of coastal luxury at its best.
Through considerate design both indoor and outdoor spaces integrate seamlessly to capture the breathtaking 270-degree beach and ocean views, the clever use of expansive glass sliding doors, dark hardwood flooring and rare Italian marble make this property beyond unique.
Our styling team drew their inspirations from the impressive view and contrasting timber floors; the dark rich colouring called for luxurious textures; velvet, beading and rich linens. Whilst clever use of a light colour palette and our soft finishes enhance the architecturally designed apartment.
Our Stylist Kim Baxter says “without doubt my favourite feature would be the combined living and dining that flow to the patio that encompasses the view. That combined with the dramatic flooring we carefully selected pieces that wouldn’t detract from that, but rather enhance the features and provided a sense of warmth to the home.”
High-end beach-side living
The building really provides a connection between internal and external spaces, with a view from every room we didn’t want the furniture to conflict with the design but rather compliment it. It was important that our choices told a lifestyle story of high-end beach side living. Which through our deluxe dining seats, lush bedding and carefully selected artwork we were able to capture this.
The outdoor furniture continues that same story with thoughtfully selected seating and dining, and a neutral colour palette that created a calming sense of easy sea side entertaining.
We aimed for an effortless look that exuded luxurious easy living. Many of the pieces we used throughout the home were from Horgan; the stunning teal velvet chairs, the opulent coffee and side tables and a lot of the accessories throughout – their collection really blended with property and the overall look we were trying to achieve.