Moving away from a ‘period style’ aesthetic, we elevated the appeal of this boutique accommodation with interiors that exude a classic luxurious feel.

Janita Norman, Lead Designer

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When styling for boutique accommodation, it is important to be in touch with the tastes and preferences of the travellers that make up the property's target audience.

Neutral walls create a sense of space and calm while intricate patterns, soft textures and block colours in the soft furnishings add warmth and comfort.

Classic colours, materials, and textures are contrasted with limited modern touches like exposed pendant lights, creating a sense of modern luxury.

Interior design must connect to the purpose of a space and provide practical utility alongside emotional connection.

Project Brief

The patrons of the Echuca Club engaged us to furnish and style the interior of the boutique accommodation offering within the late 19th Century building.

Working on a somewhat restricted budget, the client's goal was to create a high-quality interior to provide a unique visitor experience and ensure the accommodation was sought-after place to stay.

A Tasteful Interior Solution

A special place to stay requires a special interior.

We wanted to create a timeless and luxurious impression for guests. To this end we opt for a strong colour palette in the furnishings, contrasting strong colour elements against a neutral wall. The sense of timeless luxury was further supported by carefully-selected feature lighting, and soft furnishings with intricate patterns and tactile elements.

“We moved the client away from the initial intention to create a ‘period style’ interior opting to furnish the space with a luxurious classic feel.”
– Janita Norman, Lead Designer

Services Delivered

Interior styling, furniture selections & procurement, feature lighting, drapes & blinds, soft furnishings, artwork – all selected, sourced, set up and styled.