Dar­ren’s top six style trends — in a nut­shell

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Beach: (pic­tured top) Fea­tures a neu­tral colour pal­ette of oak, white and grey.

Con­tem­po­rary Aus­tralian: In­spired by na­ture, fea­tur­ing spot­ted gum tim­ber floors, wal­nut and eu­ca­lypt-in­spired kitchen and bath­room sur­faces with grey and white stone-ef­fect tiles.

Ja­pandi: A mix of Ja­panese and Scandi style, this de­sign is one that will ap­peal to peo­ple with bolder per­son­al­i­ties. The look is clean, with lighter coloured tim­bers and a slightly retro style.

Hamp­tons: The colour pal­ette fea­tures white on walls and grey tim­ber floors, car­pets and bench­tops. Tap­ware and door han­dles are tra­di­tional. It’s con­ser­va­tive but clas­sic.

Ho­tel Luxe: (pic­tured be­low) Fin­ishes in­clude lime­stone-like floors, a soft metal­lic kitchen splash­back, speck­led over­head kitchen cab­i­nets and cham­pagne-coloured tap­ware.

Mod­ern Ur­ban: Ap­pro­pri­ate for both city and sub­ur­ban homes, the look is min­i­mal­ist, clut­ter free and open-plan.

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