Creating a display home is never without its challenges – a home that appeals to all while catering to individual needs of a client who doesn’t quite exist yet? File that under ‘difficult’ – but for Munro Project Builders, their challenge came in another form. The Seanna was their first display home, and the team certainly gave it their all, drawing on their extensive experience in creating innovative, eye-catching homes.
The design was chosen to reflect the Munro Project Builders’ brand and sense of style, in both the architecture and the interior decorating. It also had to entice clients in every stage of life, no matter their tastes. To achieve this, the team opted for an eclectic coastal theme, creating an alluring blend of styles linked with soft, neutral bases. Leather, timber, glass and stone harmonise around the space (a particular standout is the timber wall running from the front of the home to its back); polished concrete floors create interest in the hallway and terrace aside from the more popular blackbutt timber flooring throughout the rest of the home. Accessories are natural and organic, chosen to suit the Queensland lifestyle and appeal to sophisticated tastes.
Spread out across one floor in an open-plan design, it allows the homeowner – no matter their stage of life – to fully occupy every inch of the home. And, too, the environmental footprint was carefully considered: organic textures and materials created a refreshing flow throughout the home.
Natural light flows through the space drawing the eye to the kitchen and entertaining areas in the home’s heart; cosy bedrooms, styled with impactful pieces, create inviting nooks to unwind from the day. Original art pieces catch the eye in a gallery format around the home. It all marries together to create an expansive and inspiring home, perfect for entertainers and homebodies alike.
Styling: Alissa Wright