Interior Themes -
Moody Noir

Creating a feeling of Romance and Luxury is the key to this Moody Noir theme. With nods to a more classic style seen in the 1940’s, Moody Noir includes curved arm sofas, chandeliers and vintage floral artwork. Layering textures of velvets, furs and crystals throughout your home will tie in your contemporary pieces with this very expressive style of interior design. Its bold and edgy and full of character. Don’t be afraid to go all out with high contrast and feminine accessories.

  • Master Bedroom Master Bedroom
  • Ensuite Ensuite
  • Living Living
  • Kitchen Kitchen
  • Study Nook Study Nook

Sheers

Marco Hayman ‘White’ light filtering drapes add to the Romance of this scheme, while black rods contrast with the fabric and walls, yet blend in with the wallpaper

Wallpaper

This stunning 3D wallpaper from Unique Fabrics, Arte, Intrigue collection (in colour 10654) is a show stopper!

Bedhead

Creating a little character and texture, opt for a buttoned upholstered bedhead for a sophisticated look with a touch of luxury.

Pendant

Adding the glitz and glam to this Moody Noir scheme is the beautiful Corbelle 4 Light Pendants in Antique Black from Beacon Lighting

Cushion & Throw

Introducing pops of Gem like colours such as this stunning Jade Blue complete your Moody Noir scheme

Flowers

Think Roses, Peonies, and Carnations in shades of blush, burgundy and white to add romance to your Master Suite

Furniture

Select furniture pieces that are Classic and Sophisticated. Incorporating Black iron, glass and hints of brass.

Carpet

This luxurious plush pile carpet sets the perfect backdrop to the Master Suite. We’ve used FlooringXtra Crystal Palace, ‘Gentleman Grey’.

Bedlinen

Introduce a sense of luxury and opulence to this Moody Noir bedroom by layering your bedlinen with a Velvet doona and Faux Fur throw.

Main Wall Colour

Dulux ‘Mt Aspiring’ PN2B1

Artwork

Artwork is ultimately where you can create and showcase your desired theme in your home. Think textured, bold colours and abstract materials like this feature wall hanging.

Master Bedroom
  • Sheers

    Marco Hayman ‘White’ light filtering drapes add to the Romance of this scheme, while black rods contrast with the fabric and walls, yet blend in with the wallpaper

    Sheers
  • Wallpaper

    This stunning 3D wallpaper from Unique Fabrics, Arte, Intrigue collection (in colour 10654) is a show stopper!

    Wallpaper
  • Bedhead

    Creating a little character and texture, opt for a buttoned upholstered bedhead for a sophisticated look with a touch of luxury.

    Bedhead
  • Pendant

    Adding the glitz and glam to this Moody Noir scheme is the beautiful Corbelle 4 Light Pendants in Antique Black from Beacon Lighting

    Pendant
  • Cushion & Throw

    Introducing pops of Gem like colours such as this stunning Jade Blue complete your Moody Noir scheme

    Cushion & Throw
  • Flowers

    Think Roses, Peonies, and Carnations in shades of blush, burgundy and white to add romance to your Master Suite

    Flowers
  • Furniture

    Select furniture pieces that are Classic and Sophisticated. Incorporating Black iron, glass and hints of brass.

    Furniture
  • Carpet

    This luxurious plush pile carpet sets the perfect backdrop to the Master Suite. We’ve used FlooringXtra Crystal Palace, ‘Gentleman Grey’.

    Carpet
  • Bedlinen

    Introduce a sense of luxury and opulence to this Moody Noir bedroom by layering your bedlinen with a Velvet doona and Faux Fur throw.

    Bedlinen
  • Main Wall Colour

    Dulux ‘Mt Aspiring’ PN2B1

    Main Wall Colour
  • Artwork

    Artwork is ultimately where you can create and showcase your desired theme in your home. Think textured, bold colours and abstract materials like this feature wall hanging.

    Artwork

Main Wall Colour

Dulux ‘Mt Aspiring’ PN2B1

Bench Top

Laminex Natural ‘White Textile’ 074 Benchtop

Window Furnishings

Practical and subtle are these white venetian blinds used in the Ensuite. The perfect solution for privacy in a wet area.

Tapware

Alder Alto Chrome Basin Mixers

Basins

Raymor Amethyst Square Inset Basins

Handles

Think outside the box when selecting your handles. These Hafele 106.61.124 (176mm) Oil Rubbed Bronze handles dress up an otherwise simple vanity unit.

Vanity Doors

The striking Laminex ‘New Graphite’ was used on the vanity doors in this ensuite. Tying in perfectly with the dark wallpaper in the master suite opposite.

Flowers

Think Roses, Peonies, and Carnations in shades of blush, burgundy and white to add romance and life to your Ensuite

Floor Tiles

Adding the gloss and glam is the beautiful polished Touchstone Grey 298x600 floor tile from Beaumont Tiles (615025P)

Wall Tiles

Adding some character to this Ensuite, we’ve used the beautiful Mosaic Mini Herringbone White from Beaumont Tiles (1009250)

Ensuite
  • Main Wall Colour

    Dulux ‘Mt Aspiring’ PN2B1

    Main Wall Colour
  • Bench Top

    Laminex Natural ‘White Textile’ 074 Benchtop

    Bench Top
  • Window Furnishings

    Practical and subtle are these white venetian blinds used in the Ensuite. The perfect solution for privacy in a wet area.

    Window Furnishings
  • Tapware

    Alder Alto Chrome Basin Mixers

    Tapware
  • Basins

    Raymor Amethyst Square Inset Basins

    Basins
  • Handles

    Think outside the box when selecting your handles. These Hafele 106.61.124 (176mm) Oil Rubbed Bronze handles dress up an otherwise simple vanity unit.

    Handles
  • Vanity Doors

    The striking Laminex ‘New Graphite’ was used on the vanity doors in this ensuite. Tying in perfectly with the dark wallpaper in the master suite opposite.

    Vanity Doors
  • Flowers

    Think Roses, Peonies, and Carnations in shades of blush, burgundy and white to add romance and life to your Ensuite

    Flowers
  • Floor Tiles

    Adding the gloss and glam is the beautiful polished Touchstone Grey 298x600 floor tile from Beaumont Tiles (615025P)

    Floor Tiles
  • Wall Tiles

    Adding some character to this Ensuite, we’ve used the beautiful Mosaic Mini Herringbone White from Beaumont Tiles (1009250)

    Wall Tiles

Artwork

The Wow factor is important when decorating your home in Moody Noir style. These stunning photographic prints depict blush florals and add a sense of drama to the Living Room

Sheers & Venetians

Marco Hayman ‘White’ light filtering drapes add to the Romance of this scheme. To add privacy simply include a timber venetian behind.

Pendant

With a candle like appearance, the Liberty 4 Light pendant in Graphite, from Beacon Lighting, is the epitome of mood lighting.

Main Wall Colour

Dulux ‘Mt Aspiring’ PN2B1

Flowers

An abundance of fresh cut flowers adorns this home.

Joinery

Custom built in joinery completes any room. Offering ample storage with a sleek design. We’ve used Laminex ‘Cherry Riftwood’ 071 to warm the space up.

Carpet

This luxurious plush pile carpet sets the perfect backdrop to the Living Room. We’ve used FlooringXtra Crystal Palace, ‘Gentleman Grey’.

Coffee Table

Introducing a contemporary style coffee table ensures this scheme doesn’t feel too traditional.

Cushions & Throw

Introduce contemporary design cushions with pops of pastels, marble effects and contrasting piping.

Classic Sofa Design

Add a touch of glamour to the Living room by selection a classic style sofa with a curved cut out arm. Keep fabrics neutral in colour and add pipping to complete the look.

Candles

Mood lighting and fragrance is so important in a home. Burning candles is a great option.

Living
  • Artwork

    The Wow factor is important when decorating your home in Moody Noir style. These stunning photographic prints depict blush florals and add a sense of drama to the Living Room

    Artwork
  • Sheers & Venetians

    Marco Hayman ‘White’ light filtering drapes add to the Romance of this scheme. To add privacy simply include a timber venetian behind.

    Sheers & Venetians
  • Pendant

    With a candle like appearance, the Liberty 4 Light pendant in Graphite, from Beacon Lighting, is the epitome of mood lighting.

    Pendant
  • Main Wall Colour

    Dulux ‘Mt Aspiring’ PN2B1

    Main Wall Colour
  • Flowers

    An abundance of fresh cut flowers adorns this home.

    Flowers
  • Joinery

    Custom built in joinery completes any room. Offering ample storage with a sleek design. We’ve used Laminex ‘Cherry Riftwood’ 071 to warm the space up.

    Joinery
  • Carpet

    This luxurious plush pile carpet sets the perfect backdrop to the Living Room. We’ve used FlooringXtra Crystal Palace, ‘Gentleman Grey’.

    Carpet
  • Coffee Table

    Introducing a contemporary style coffee table ensures this scheme doesn’t feel too traditional.

    Coffee Table
  • Cushions & Throw

    Introduce contemporary design cushions with pops of pastels, marble effects and contrasting piping.

    Cushions & Throw
  • Classic Sofa Design

    Add a touch of glamour to the Living room by selection a classic style sofa with a curved cut out arm. Keep fabrics neutral in colour and add pipping to complete the look.

    Classic Sofa Design
  • Candles

    Mood lighting and fragrance is so important in a home. Burning candles is a great option.

    Candles

Overhead Cabinetry

An excellent spot to include a contrast material in this almost monochromatic kitchen. The overhead cabinetry features Laminex ‘Cherry Riftoowd’.

Bulkhead Lighting

When thinking about feature and mood lighting don’t just think pendants and wall lights. Include downlights in your overhead cabinetry to create a stunning affect.

Pendant Lights

Classic and simple these stunning Marcel 250mm clear glass pendants with black cords provide perfect task lighting above the Island bench.

Main Wall Colour

Dulux ‘Mt Aspiring’ PN2B1

Artwork

Not all artwork has to cost a fortune. Look for canvas style artwork from your local homeware stores to create impact without blowing the budget.

Splashback Tiles

Personality was injected into this kitchen by using the metallic Mosaic Art Hex Burnt Bronze Gloss tiles from Beaumont Tiles. We have also chosen to complete the look with Slate Grey grout.

Stone Benchtop

Subtle and timeless is the ‘Frosty Carrina’ stone benchtop from Caesar Stone. Specifying a 20mm stone with 16mm shadowline is a great way to lower costs.

Floor Tiles

Adding the gloss and glam is the beautiful polished Touchstone Grey 298x600 floor tile from Beaumont Tiles (615025P) We’ve completed the look with Slate Grey 211 Grout.

Bar Stools

These fully upholstered bar stools add a sense of luxury to this contemporary kitchen.

Base Cabinetry

Who said white was boring… here we’ve used the very popular Laminex ‘White 200’ in a Nuance textured finish. White is always a great idea in the kitchen, timeless and sophisticated.

Handles

Think outside the box when selecting your handles. These Hafele 106.61.124 (176mm) Oil Rubbed Bronze handles contrast beautifully with the white cabinetry.

Kitchen
  • Overhead Cabinetry

    An excellent spot to include a contrast material in this almost monochromatic kitchen. The overhead cabinetry features Laminex ‘Cherry Riftoowd’.

    Overhead Cabinetry
  • Bulkhead Lighting

    When thinking about feature and mood lighting don’t just think pendants and wall lights. Include downlights in your overhead cabinetry to create a stunning affect.

    Bulkhead Lighting
  • Pendant Lights

    Classic and simple these stunning Marcel 250mm clear glass pendants with black cords provide perfect task lighting above the Island bench.

    Pendant Lights
  • Main Wall Colour

    Dulux ‘Mt Aspiring’ PN2B1

    Main Wall Colour
  • Artwork

    Not all artwork has to cost a fortune. Look for canvas style artwork from your local homeware stores to create impact without blowing the budget.

    Artwork
  • Splashback Tiles

    Personality was injected into this kitchen by using the metallic Mosaic Art Hex Burnt Bronze Gloss tiles from Beaumont Tiles. We have also chosen to complete the look with Slate Grey grout.

    Splashback Tiles
  • Stone Benchtop

    Subtle and timeless is the ‘Frosty Carrina’ stone benchtop from Caesar Stone. Specifying a 20mm stone with 16mm shadowline is a great way to lower costs.

    Stone Benchtop
  • Floor Tiles

    Adding the gloss and glam is the beautiful polished Touchstone Grey 298x600 floor tile from Beaumont Tiles (615025P) We’ve completed the look with Slate Grey 211 Grout.

    Floor Tiles
  • Bar Stools

    These fully upholstered bar stools add a sense of luxury to this contemporary kitchen.

    Bar Stools
  • Base Cabinetry

    Who said white was boring… here we’ve used the very popular Laminex ‘White 200’ in a Nuance textured finish. White is always a great idea in the kitchen, timeless and sophisticated.

    Base Cabinetry
  • Handles

    Think outside the box when selecting your handles. These Hafele 106.61.124 (176mm) Oil Rubbed Bronze handles contrast beautifully with the white cabinetry.

    Handles

Artwork

Abstract and unique is this stunning canvas print, incorporating jewel tones.

Feature Paint

Dulux ‘Palmer’ PG1C3 feature wall paint used in this Activity area, a subtle pop of colour to contrast with the warm greys used throughout.

Pendant Light

Simple and effective is the Manor 1.8m suspension cord in Matt Black as a pendant light above a study desk. A fantastic idea from Beacon Lighting, you can add any decorative bulb you like.

Wallpaper

Contrasting well with the warmth of the study joinery is this wallpaper from Unique Fabrics, Arte, Avalon Collection ‘Marsh 31504’

Mirror

Reflecting light in small areas of your home is a must. Introduce mirrors into hallways to bounce light and life around the room.

Joinery

Making the most of your study nook space is easy when you opt for custom joinery. Designed perfectly for this space multiple children can use the space together. Laminex ‘Cherry Riftwood’ used.

Chairs

Desk chairs don’t need to have wheels and swivel these days… We’ve opted to use a dining chair as a desk chair, making the space feel more contemporary.

Carpet

This luxurious plush pile carpet sets the perfect backdrop to the Activity Room and Study Nook. We’ve used FlooringXtra Crystal Palace, ‘Gentleman Grey’.

Occasional Furniture

Add personality and colour into your rooms by incorporating bold and dramatic occasional furniture pieces. Stores like IKEA, Kmart and SuperAmart are great places to look.

Contemporary Sofa

Keeping Sofa fabrics neutral gives you the opportunity to add colour and pattern with cushions. The steel blue sheep skin shown here adds a sense of luxury.

Coffee Table

Introducing a contemporary style coffee table ensures this scheme doesn’t feel too traditional.

Sheers

Long flowing Marco Hayman ‘White’ light filtering drapes add to the Romance of this scheme.

Study Nook
  • Artwork

    Abstract and unique is this stunning canvas print, incorporating jewel tones.

    Artwork
  • Feature Paint

    Dulux ‘Palmer’ PG1C3 feature wall paint used in this Activity area, a subtle pop of colour to contrast with the warm greys used throughout.

    Feature Paint
  • Pendant Light

    Simple and effective is the Manor 1.8m suspension cord in Matt Black as a pendant light above a study desk. A fantastic idea from Beacon Lighting, you can add any decorative bulb you like.

    Pendant Light
  • Wallpaper

    Contrasting well with the warmth of the study joinery is this wallpaper from Unique Fabrics, Arte, Avalon Collection ‘Marsh 31504’

    Wallpaper
  • Mirror

    Reflecting light in small areas of your home is a must. Introduce mirrors into hallways to bounce light and life around the room.

    Mirror
  • Joinery

    Making the most of your study nook space is easy when you opt for custom joinery. Designed perfectly for this space multiple children can use the space together. Laminex ‘Cherry Riftwood’ used.

    Joinery
  • Chairs

    Desk chairs don’t need to have wheels and swivel these days… We’ve opted to use a dining chair as a desk chair, making the space feel more contemporary.

    Chairs
  • Carpet

    This luxurious plush pile carpet sets the perfect backdrop to the Activity Room and Study Nook. We’ve used FlooringXtra Crystal Palace, ‘Gentleman Grey’.

    Carpet
  • Occasional Furniture

    Add personality and colour into your rooms by incorporating bold and dramatic occasional furniture pieces. Stores like IKEA, Kmart and SuperAmart are great places to look.

    Occasional Furniture
  • Contemporary Sofa

    Keeping Sofa fabrics neutral gives you the opportunity to add colour and pattern with cushions. The steel blue sheep skin shown here adds a sense of luxury.

    Contemporary Sofa
  • Coffee Table

    Introducing a contemporary style coffee table ensures this scheme doesn’t feel too traditional.

    Coffee Table
  • Sheers

    Long flowing Marco Hayman ‘White’ light filtering drapes add to the Romance of this scheme.

    Sheers

Create the Look

01

Use monochromatic finishes for items such as flooring, cabinetry and sofas. Stick to greys, blacks and whites.

02

Incorporate pops of Jewel toned accessories, such as Jade Green, Amethyst Blue and deep Garnet.

03

Long flowing light filtering drapes add romance to any room.

04

Vases of fresh cut flowers in shades of blush, burgundy and white adorn most surfaces.

See this look on Display

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