Grand QueenslanderBeach Style Deck, Brisbane

This is an example of a mid-sized beach style deck in Brisbane with a roof extension. —  Houzz
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mellsmells wrote:12October,2014
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    Highgate House
    6 years ago

    No , sorry these colours were specified and mixed especially for this project

  • motgomery
    5 years ago
    any painter could colour match that colour in 5 minutes.
yogis1yogis1 wrote:23October,2014
  • yogis1
    6 years ago
    last modified: 6 years ago
    Really? That's good news then. Would you mind telling me which company you sourced the roof from and the exact colour if you recall, as it is exactly the look we're going for. Thanks
  • Georgia Stavrakis
    6 years ago
    for similar chairs try Sebastian Alexander
inalaplaceinalaplace wrote:24July,2016
  • mervcooper754
    4 years ago
    the cladding looks to be weather board. there is a fibre cement product called linea board if you are seaching for it on Google
georgia_gustafsonGeorgia Gustafson wrote:21March,2015
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    Highgate House
    6 years ago
    Thank you for your question. All items are sourced specifically for each project and as you can appreciate, it is not information we can share.
pj09pj09 wrote:16October,2014
  • mandy b
    3 years ago

    great colours! What's the combination?

fiona_james50Fiona James wrote:7November,2015
    louscluesastrogirl wrote:15September,2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Julia Fairley added this to So You Live in a... Weatherboard House7 December 2019

      Weatherboards transition seamlessly from traditional to contemporary Queenslander homes, offering a classic look no matter the age, character or style of the house.Set against the subtle backdrop of timber weatherboards, decorative and functional timberwork – such as balustrades, pediments, timber screens and fretwork to embellish the verandahs, gables and stairways – weatherboard becomes a highly visual feature.

      Habitat by Resene added this to How to Pick a Heritage Villa Colour Scheme2 June 2016

      Take it outsideOne of the first rules of any exterior scheme is to test your paint colours. With New Zealand’s bright sunlight, paint colours look much lighter out in the open than they do inside. You may think you’re choosing a delicate, nuanced off-white but when you get it outside it will just be, well, plain old white. Use a test pot of paint on a big (A2-sized) piece of cardboard, leaving a narrow unpainted border (this helps your eye see the true depth of colour and acts as a neutral barrier to the existing colour). Move the card around the house, on the sunny and shady sides. Tape it to the wall so you can view it from a distance. Go back to check it as the sun moves around the house.

      Bryna Howes added this to This Great Land: 8 Aussie Homes That Show Off Their City19 January 2015

      BrisbaneAh, the traditional Queenslander. So named because of its ability to weather Queensland’s, well, weather, this style has stood the test of time and made its way into the history books.

      Mink Home Staging added this to Why You Should Think of Street Appeal as Your Home's 24/7 Billboard27 October 2014

      MEET AND GREETA welcoming entrance will generate those feelgood vibes you need to get a would-be buyer across the line. A show-stopping entryway will take it one step further – your house will be the standout a buyer remembers.8. Add a welcoming seating areaIf you have a decent-sized front deck or verandah, you have the perfect opportunity to create another living space that adds value in the eyes of your buyer. Think about adding a couple of chairs, a teak bench, a cafe table or even an ottoman, some luxurious cushions, and a few well-chosen accessories. But make sure you position the furniture so that it doesn’t block any doorways or windows.TIP: If you have the space, always use two occasional chairs (rather than one), for even more perceived value.

      Laura Venuto added this to Beautiful Ways to Furnish Your Verandah That Encourage It to Be Used7 September 2014

      Chair essentialsJust two comfortable chairs covered in beautiful fabric (like this navy and blue chevron) can bring a porch to life, particularly at the entry to the house, while also not dominating the area. Add a side table for a cup of tea, a good novel, some candles and a beautiful potted plant and you have a wonderfully inviting spot to watch the world go by.

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