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Stunning designs and finishes for any style of home
Our team is adept at designing for a wide range of styles, from classic to contemporary. No matter what your Sydney or Brisbane location, property type or lifestyle, our experienced stylists will be able to identify the ideal textures, colours and products to create a unique style in your home. Take a look through some of our recent interior decorating projects and see for yourself why Furnish and Finish is trusted with the restyling and interior decoration of the city’s most impressive properties.
Newport Residence Project
We were approached to help tie this interior together as a project. Textures, natural elements and eclectic mix of accessories were required for the brief. The stunning home is on Newport cliff edge and has un-interrupted coastal views. Nothing was spared in the details, with already beautiful pieces it was just a matter of tying all the elements together. Because the property was quite harsh with all the glass and tiled floors, linen soft furnishing and layering of textures was the most important thing to soften and harmonise the space. A tropical coastal feel which truly brought the outside in was achieved.
Pymble Residence Project
This Pymble property was newly renovated and nothing was left untouched in the project. From the stunning outdoor entertainer’s deck with all items custom picked for the space, through to the formal lounge and study place where the use of vibrant orange in the accent colours, and dark timber pieces to ground the space. The master bedroom suite in a stunning duck egg blue with custom made bedhead with bronzed studded detail. This home was a pleasure to work on with already stunning architectural features which complimented our decorating work perfectly.
Balgowlah Residence Project
This project was a start to finish feast where we were doing all the interior spaces. With set themes for rooms it was a pleasure to bring the schemes together. The front formal living had a red scheme with slight oriental and Balinese touch in the accessories and darker timber pieces chosen. This was then vastly contrasted from the back spaces in the dining and casual living where a classic navy and white scheme was used. Lighter timbers and whites were used with layering of fabric choices, the introduction of natural wickers and sisal elements to soften the overall look.