This week we had our two day World of Style colour selection appointments. We were able to lock in nearly all our our choices. There are only a couple of things we are still making up our mind on.
Kitchen we decided Pearl Grey colourtech cupboards with Satin finish, Colonial profile and Salemi knobs. We choose Lagoon bench on the island and Blanco Maple for the back bench and galley. Brick lay tiled splash-backs in Masia White.
Island Bench Lagoon
We opted for the Neil Perry 2 X 60cm ovens, stovetop and range-hood as the kitchen space is where we wanted to invest.
Laminate floors to most of the ground floor in Bolero Rustic Stone
Wall colour throughout in Southwards (as pictured below) with Concerto cornices
Carpet to all living and bedrooms we went for Lenton Brae Grey (Category 3) with the Stepmax underlay (Category 4) to reduce noise transmission.
Downstairs tiles to wet areas we went for Forest White
Floor tiles in the upstairs wet areas is Forest Grey
For the main bathroom and guest room ensuite we chose Forest Grey floor tiles, Bleached Wenge cupboards with Riven finish and Blanco Maple Benchtops. For our master ensuite we choose Pearl Grey cabinets like in the kitchen.
Bleached Wenge cabinets
We’ve asked for all bathroom wall mirrors to be left out so we can choose our own and hang them as per below. In our master ensuite we have also opted for the two wall light provisions for a future sconce.
External we chose Timeless Grey for the render, Basalt for the roof, Surfmist for the gutters, fascia and garage door. The lining boards are Champignon 1/4 strength which is the colour from the Bayside Brookwater display home. Windspray for the meter box. All pillars, balcony and window frames will be in white.
We have opted for the Expressowood ceiling panels in the porch and alfresco ceilings.
And the two PCL4G front doors as per below.
We left our colour selection appointment feeling confident about our choices and excited about the next step.
(*Edited to add: By the time we got to painting stage our painter advised against Wattyl White saying that it was a semi translucent paint and recommended Purist White instead which we went with.)