Di relocated from Victoria in order to be near to her elderly mother bringing with her a few pieces of furniture which were very sentimental to her – the rest was acquired in Port Stephens. Amazing as it sounds, Di sourced some magni cent pieces from many sources from Salamander Recycling, garage sales to local furniture stores blending eclectic styles to create an interesting design. She contracted local tradesmen, and acquired building products, tiles and bedroom rugs and carpets locally at
Taylors Beach proving there is no need to look any further than close to home. A Nelson Bay tiler lay and sealed the marble floor tiles and created a stunning curved feature entry wall of metallic mosaic tiles. A feature of the air conditioned apartment is a curved wall which gives a vantage point of the views from almost every room. The well-thought-out design maximises the outlook from all rooms, giving options for entertaining with three separate living areas, and two covered balconies plus the added bonus of a roof top. The open plan style captures the main views leading through to the open balcony appointed with an alfresco dining area and greenery. From the ceiling to the floor there is a point of interest, whether it is the mother-of-pearl chandelier overhead, or fascinating decorative pieces.