FUN FOL­LOWS HOME FUNC­TION

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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.

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