The Traditional Hamptons theme has resulted in an edgy feeling inspired by the use of contrasts with natural and textural finishes to create a modern interior theme.
Australians undeniably love the Hamptons style of architecture and design as it fits so well with our way of life. And, as the Hamptons style continues to evolve, new elements are incorporated that reflect our quintessential and unique way of living. The Glenburn 30 with its Hamptons façade provided the perfect opportunity to extend such an iconic style’s character, turning up textures and contrasts to create Modern Hamptons, a modern take on a renowned traditional theme.
This stylish four bedroom large single-storey home with its fusion of edgy finishes has been created to fit the needs of a modern family and thus named our interior theme New Modernist.
There has always been a strong link in Australia with the popular Hamptons style of home, providing a range of textural finishes and contrasting white timber trims resulting in a fresh inviting combination of design and finishes. The reality is that most people are building this type of home in a more suburban location rather than coastal which has influenced the creation of the Suburban Hamptons theme.
As many new home builders go in search of a calmer country lifestyle, the rural inspired lifestyle has become highly desired by many within city suburbs so including a mix of rustic finishes timber tones and contrasting elements, the combination of a Hamptons style home with the rustic charm of rural lifestyle has created the Rural Hamptons theme.
The combination of a striking façade, a highly functional and easily adaptable floorplan, teamed with the high-end finishes and bold use of contrast, has created the Waldorf 44Mk2, a large, elegant and truly remarkable home. This New Mid Century Modern theme is a statement house and is perfect for any family that loves all the comforts, with the finishes and styling melding into a home created to be impressive.
There are various ways to interpret the Hampton’s style, however the “Suburban Hamptons” theme came to life within the Forsyth 33 - Personal Ensuite home design aligning with a more suburban streetscape. The obvious Hampton’s range of finishes where white details are used to highlight internal and external architectural features whilst including a stylish formal range of finishes and surfaces that nod towards a coastal feel creates the look and feel of the Suburban Hamptons interior theme.
This stylish home with a nod towards the mid-century modern style with a fusion of styles influenced the direction for both the internal and external finishes and materials for this large family home, thus creating the City Modern theme.
There has always been a strong link in Australia between the city and the country, and the desirable aspects of country living has become a popular interior style for many city slickers who crave a quieter simpler life. Within the Toorak 27 some of those country aspects have inspired and brought to life the Contemporary Country theme.
The Midland 23 is a beautiful home that successfully strikes just the right level of ‘hip’ through its easy-feel Modern Australian theme. Families will immediately be drawn to its edgy look inspired by the use of contrasts with natural and textural finishes to create a modern stand out interior theme.
New Century Modern inspired by a combination of earthy finishes and textures results in a modern take on the mid-century style.
The feeling of space is created with the use of natural light flowing throughout. Deceptively spacious, the impressive and stylishly designed Ellenbrook 24 has been themed as Modern Australian
Inspired by the natural texture found in nature along our coastlines, this home exudes a sense of calmness and relaxation similar to a coastal getaway.
Australia is truly a global country with people from different parts of the world, bringing cultural, architectural and of course culinary influences which have shaped our country. The Kew 26Mk2 exemplifies the combination of colour, patterns and textures to create the Global Traveller interior theme.
A fusion of mid-century modern architecture and design features found in the Palm Springs is the perfect choice for the open nature floorplan of the Forsyth 30.
The interiors and finishes of this large single storey home creates a relaxing space combined with an interesting mix of finishes with soft contrast inspired by travels to exotic locations and cultures. The desire to allow fusion of these cultures creates an uncluttered, elegantly simple palette resulting in the interior theme Minimal Boho.
The Forsyth 30 is beautifully themed as Classic Hamptons due to the popularity of the Hamptons seaside resort known around the world for its classic architecture and timeless style.
Think summers by the beach, quintessentially coastal colours, and mid-century design. You will love the relaxed holiday vibe of this stylish home.
Inspired by nature and imbued with a sense of casual luxury, ‘Wetlands’ is the perfect refuge from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
This contemporary ‘Alpine’ escape exudes comfort and style with its blend of base greys, cool blues and earthy timber accents.
Enjoy the best of inner city living, no matter where you live. ‘City Chic’ combines bold urban and industrial finishes and materials with functionality and luxury.
The City Fringe theme begins with the exterior of this single story home where the combination of the striking dark brick adds some urban edge to the façade.
The Natural Tribe theme highlights the use of natural earth tones as a backdrop creating a home that is both welcoming and calm, providing the perfect refuge for a growing family.
The Urban Industrial theme is all about the contrast of finishes. The use of a beautiful white brick whilst contrasted with a mid-grey toned roof with the addition of timber windows and a timber front door is perfect in creating this look.
This design feels like the perfect family home. Welcome to the Hamptons.