Inspire | 26 August 2015

Noosa Resort Living

by Carlisle Homes

Dreaming of being whisked away to the serenity and tranquillity of a Noosa resort? Why not seek inspiration from this relaxed interior style and create your own beautiful paradise to enjoy everyday!

The appeal of the Noosa Resort Living style is the focus on casual, relaxed and comfortable interiors with stunning statement accessories which can suit many different style homes and lifestyles. For some Noosa Resort Living inspiration for your new home visit the Canterbury display home at our Somerfield Estate in Keysborough.

For the inside scoop Carlisle Homes Interior Design Manager has some handy tips to create the ultimate Noosa Resort Living at your place;

Feature walls for impact

This cheeky wallpaper creates a room fit for any age child while at the same time perfectly suited for the extra guest on the weekend. The cool tones still evoke a contemporary style in line with the Noosa Resort Living.

A signature element in our Noosa Resort Living is the use of bold prints and striped feature walls to create impact and a purposeful contradiction to the calming and relaxed tones. We love the striped wall in this bedroom, its boldness replaces the need for additional artwork, provides a great frame for the bed and actually creates the illusion of extra space in the room.

There is nothing more Noosa Resort Living than a timber clad ceiling in an alfresco area! Partner with some lush greenery, classic resort wicker furniture and you could be sitting by the pool in Hastings St!

Add texture for depth

The natural toned base palette of this interior style works perfectly with added texture such as layers of bed linen, embellished cushions and natural hemp floor rugs. This master suite has a definite feel of luxury, yet is totally unpretentious and relaxed, begging for someone to just flop on the bed and read some holiday mags!

The touch of metallic in the linen and cushions of the Canterbury Grand at the Newhaven Estate creates an interesting design conflict with the natural fibres of the rug, but together with the natural materials in the buffet table it all comes together in the very down to earth style of this theme.

Keep it contemporary

Another key characteristic of the Noosa Resort Living in the occasional injection of chrome elements for a truly contemporary look. Create an entry with impact with unique metallic artwork as seen on the feature wall of the foyer in the Canterbury at the Somerfield Estate, Keysborough.

Light spaces

The use of polished porcelain tiles in the Canterbury at Somerfield display, Keysborough reflect the light beautifully to evoke a tropical feel inspired by long sunlit days.

Canterbury Kitchen & Meals as displayed at Somerfield Estate, Keysborough

Accessorise, accessorise, accessorise

The versatility of the Noosa Resort Living with warm undertones and classic natural materials provides the ideal base to add accessories to inject your own personal signature touches. The lounge in the Canterbury at the Somerfield Estate captures this style perfectly with an almost eclectic mix of accessories, with interesting artwork, striking feature lighting, romantic sheers to maximise light and occasional furniture.

Pair the bling of a striking pendant light in the kitchen with the signature polished floors, chrome artwork and blonde timber features for the ultimate Noosa Resort Living in your home…

Canterbury Kitchen as displayed at Somerfield Estate, Keysborough

To experiment with themes and find your perfect signature interior style make sure you check out our Inspire Gallery. Be prepared to lose track of your time while you customise your home by choosing paint colours, bench tops, tiles and much more AND see it change in front of your eyes with Visualiser!

For a behind the scenes experience and to get the scoop direct from the design team, be sure to follow us on Instagram, @Carlislehomes.

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