Pearl BeachBeach Style Bedroom, Sydney

Thomas Dalhoff

Inspiration for a beach style bedroom in Sydney with green walls. —  Houzz
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smicarsmicar wrote:20September,2016
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    Brett Mickan Interior Design
    5 years ago

    Thank you for your interest in our work @smicar This side table is from Barbara's Store House in Mittagong.



relle_belleRellish wrote:26November,2015
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    Brett Mickan Interior Design
    5 years ago

    Thank you for your interest in our work @Relle Belle. The wall colour in this bedroom is Silver Dollar from "Dulux Paints"

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Georgia Madden added this to So You're Tempted to Try Sage Green?24 July 2018

Is there more than one shade?Yes, says Rennie: “Choose from pastel tones of sage that are light and airy, and deeper tones that have a more calming, intimate feel.”Picture Perfect: 24 Enviable Outdoor Dining Areas Worldwide

Style Precinct Interior Design & Decoration added this to How to Make Your Boring Bedroom Beautiful (in 5 Steps)15 February 2018

Add some vertical panelling to the wall and paint it in a soft colour for a casual beach-inspired style.

Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 30 Wonderful Window Treatments5 February 2018

7. Location: Pearl Beach, NSWWhy we love it: If privacy isn’t a concern, you could omit a window treatment altogether and opt for a louvred window that captures the breeze and maximises the light instead, as the owners have done in this coastal home.

Sartorial Interiors added this to Don’t Be an Interiors Chromophobe!17 July 2016

Strategy 1: Be pale and interesting If you are feeling skittish about adding colour to your decor, pastels can perk up a neutral palette, adding colour by stealth. Pale colours aren’t so demanding and work beautifully with natural tones, such as grey and taupe.An automatic response to decorating this room might be to paint all walls white, but I think you’ll agree the mint-coloured feature wall gently breaks up the various neutrals without being overwhelming. It is also a nod to the home’s coastal location.

Robin Braithwaite added this to Get the Easy, Breezy, Aussie Beach House Look10 November 2015

Work your windowsIt’s essential that any bedroom facing east has some kind of block-out curtain or blind. And if you’re lucky enough to have views then certainly maximise them, but only during the day. In the summer months you’ll be up at dawn if you don’t block out the rising sun. Plantation shutters add a casual, beachy note and provide the full block-out you’ll need for weekend lie-ins.TIP: Louvred windows are wonderful for catching the cross breezes and have a laid-back Aussie feel to them.

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Annette added this to Bayberry Dunes House29 September 2021

Like the board and batten panel used as accent wall

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