A Guide to Creating your Perfect Home Style
Welcome to our Get the Look video series.
In this series, Australian Interior Designer and Media Personality James Treble talks through a range of in-demand,
designer house styles, and how to achieve these looks in your own home.
From selecting a brick for your home's exterior to choosing a paver for your outdoor living area,
this series will have you covered at every step of your new home build or renovation.
Get the Look: Palm Springs
In this episode of Get the Look, we make reference to the beautiful desert getaway, Palm Springs.
With its focus on clean lines and minimal palettes, this Palm Springs style has elements of passive design and a great use of multi-faceted materials with durable, thermal qualities.
This style is ideal for those who love to entertain, due to the fluid indoor/outdoor setting and integration of the exterior landscaping.
Get the Look: Hamptons
It's no secret that Hamptons style homes are a popular design choice in the Australian property sphere.
These East-Coast inspired homes are bright, airy and play with texture and colour in a nuanced way. In this episode of Get the Look, James Treble explores a range of fixtures, brickwork, wood paneling and accessories to reproduce this style in your own home.
Get the Look: Modern Farmhouse
In this episode of Get the Look, we check out the rustic charm of the Modern Farmhouse style.
James Treble shows you how to replicate the tranquil and idyllic ambience of a Modern Farmhouse in your own home. This episode includes styling suggestions and ways to mix antiquity with modernity for an elevated interior style.
Get the Look: Coastal
In this episode, James Treble breaks down the popular Coastal House Style.
To help you achieve this look, Treble assembles cohesive palettes of colour, finish and material to help you embody your own style, and choose which natural materials and details you are drawn to, curating a welcoming, airy space you want to spend time in.
Get the Look: Industrial
The Industrial style takes it cue from the former industrial, factory or warehouse spaces that have been transformed and reborn into refined, residential homes.
Rich in texture with a moody, dark colour palette, this is the perfect episode for the homeowner after a striking style with earthy, metal, wood and brick features, and occassional pops of colour.