One Central Park Penthosue - Chippendale SydneyContemporary Bedroom, Sydney

Photographer: Murray Fredericks

Mid-sized contemporary guest bedroom in Sydney with multi-coloured walls and carpet. —  Houzz
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115carrington wrote:12August,2015
  • 115carrington

    Yes I am interested in this, can you let me know cost with freight to Reedy Creek?

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    D'Cruz Design Group Sydney Interior Designers

    Hi Shelly - The wallpaper can be dispatched straight from our wholesaler's warehouse in Melbourne to reduce double handling costs in sending it via our Sydney design studio. On this basis, we estimate the cost of freight to be approx $25 plus gst. Are you able to provide a commercial address that is open during standard business hours for the delivery so we can mitigate the potential of the wallpaper being sent back to Melbourne if the premises is unattended? We will require payment in full so if you are happy with this, are you able to provide your email address so we can invoice you?

    The team at D'Cruz Design Group

etaylor13 wrote:14March,2015
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    D'Cruz Design Group Sydney Interior Designers
    Thank you for your enquiry. The reindeer hide may be purchased through our design service. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you require a quote (delivery address will be required for a quotation to be provided).

    The team at D'Cruz Design Group

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Wander through a written worldGetting lost in a good book is like going on an adventure to another world, much more so than just getting lost in a movie or TV series. There’s something much more evocative about books – especially proper printed books rather than e-readers – that enables you to get properly swept away in a story and its characters. Keeping your latest read, or even a stack that you’re looking forward to diving into, on your bedside table will give you ample opportunities to lie in bed with a good book and immerse yourself in another world.

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katherine_walwyn
Katherine Walwyn added this to Guest Bedroom Main Floor10 February 2020

I actually really like the wallpaper!

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Dwyn added this to My ideas17 October 2019

wallpaper being trees with wooden headboard and side table

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