Nowadays, more people are building their own homes and deciding everything from the floor plans and how big spaces are to what interior design style will be featured within the finished house. With properly development increasing around Australia, people are looking to new ideas to make their houses stand out from their neighbours. One such growing trend is replicating the style of the Queensland houses. There have been many Australians that have visited the Sunshine state and have fallen in love with the interior design ideas found there. Some enjoy their holiday to Queensland so much that they wish to bring part of it back with them and have it part of home – perhaps, so they feel they always have part of it with them.
For authentic Queensland style, some people are even looking online for ideas of the locals style their luxury houses on the river, or looking at the dining suites featuring timeless and relaxing cane furniture. Some are even researching outdoor furniture in Cairns, bedroom furniture in Townsville and having order delivered interstate. This however is extremely expensive. It is better thus to use the tropics of the state as a style guide. Queensland interior design styling naturally varies depending on the kind of Queensland that being sought for replication.
For instance, as currently the trend there, selecting office tables and chairs from the Cairns stores would generally involve a neutral color palette to enhance the laidback feeling that is evoked by Queensland’s warm weather.
If the online portfolios of popular interior designers of the area are anything to go by, most of Queensland interior design is centered around filling up spacious areas with classic yet serene and comfortable furniture and neutral, calming colours. Styling does not change all that much between the state’s towns. After all popular bedroom furniture in Townsville is usually of a similar fashion to that of Brisbane.
There are other cities of Queensland that people can take inspiration from when it comes to styling their homes. As the host city of the Australian Carnival of Flowers, Toowoomba is an inland city near Brisbane that sees a good share of tourists throughout the year. A trend that has come out of this town by local interior designers is having a lot of neutral hues with a splash of bright bold colours somewhat reflective of the flowers the town is known for. For instance, lounges in Toowoomba could possibly be a cream or white color, but are brightened with a range of colourful or patterned pillows. Though this may seen quite general, in actuality it represents Queensland styling as is something very easy to imitate in homes thousands of kilometers away.
It has to be said that Queensland interior design has more to do with the feel of the space than the actual styling itself. Queensland is a fun state, one where the people can relax in luxury. As long as this feel can be duplicated, then the Queensland has made its home in your house.