FUN FOLLOWS HOME FUNCTION
The recent opening of Clarendon Homes’ display village at Newport included the release of new home design, the Darley 26, designed for young families with style, according to Clarendon Homes’ design manager, Darren Cheal.
“The Darley has been designed for the young couple that don’t want to give up their life of sophisticated entertaining, but now have the joys and demands of an energetic young family,” he said.
“With a range of specific design features, this home allows a young couple to enjoy both lifestyles. For example, the kids retreat adjoins the main family area but is separated by a half height wall with an on-trend custom designed screen.
“This allows mum or dad to keep an eye on the kids in their own play space while they catch up with a friend in the toy-free family room.
“The neutral colours and natural textures throughout the home are beautiful in their own right; but have in fact been selected to work as a unifying base allowing bright pops of fun pink and yellow to define the kids’ spaces, and sapphire blues, subtle purples and burnt gold to define the parents’ spaces.
“Some features however are just good for everybody.
“The large picture windows and the stacker sliding doors to the grand alfresco are optional upgrades that really open up the living spaces to the outdoors.
“The landscaping here is like a minirainforest and the picture windows bring that soothing feeling of being among nature inside. Everyone loves that.”
The Darley display home is styled and furnished by Coco Republic and open daily from 10am to 5pm at the new Clarendon Homes display village in Newport.
Clarendon Homes was started in 1978 by founder and chief executive Peter Campbell with customers now across southeast Queensland and New South Wales.