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Jan

Style Files – Industrial Style

One of the most exciting parts of building your new home is selecting your design & style, for some people this comes really easy & others it can be a little more difficult. Whichever side of the fence you sit on, we have a team of experts here to guide you through the process.

One of the familiar styles we are seeing continuing on into 2018, is the every evolving Industrial Style. With its versatility to suit different styles of homes & ways of life & the option to go all out soho loft style or just incorporate certain elements into your home decoration, it is easy to see why this trend is carrying on.

Industrial style is fun & really easy to accomplish, for example, the exposed beams. Using non structural ceiling beams for appearance only, or exposing your timber trusses, transforms the interior & provides an added warmth to any space. You can paint them contrasting or even use a metal beam to add Industrial character.

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Images: Design Inspiration via Contemporist

Adding a face brick wall as a feature to your kitchen is another way to give the Industrial feeling of order and disorder, or think creative and paint your walls in a Concrete Wall Treatment, like Matt & Kim from The Block, who applied the polished concrete using a cement glassface product, or alternatively a specialist concrete look paint finish can be applied, which doubles up as a work of art!

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Images: PJ Burns NEW Display Home at 7 Rosea Place, Peregian Springs

Our Sales Manager, Courtney Burns who’s style is Industrial (and as much of it as possible), has incorporated a few different elements into her Sunshine Coast beach home, see below. We caught up with Courtney, who describes Industrial Style as.. ‘In a world of aiming to be perfect, the raw finish of the industrial style is refreshing, I compare it to imperfect perfection, where organised clutter is acceptable.’

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Images: Courtney’s PJ Burns Home on the Sunshine Coast

We’d love to hear from you & help bring your dreams to life. Contact us about our range of stunning home designs or talk to us about how we can custom design your dream home and help you choose the right block today. p: 07 5457 7600 / e: hello@pjburns.com

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Jan

Bokarina Beach

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Video: Bokarina Beach Aerial Footage, by PJ Burns Builder

The Sunshine Coast is known for its beaches. People the world over, have heard of our local surfing spots.

The popularity of our local area grew as a place to setup roots and raise families. Our vast expanses of coastline were the first to go, with prices fetching well into the millions to live within a stones throw of our greatest asset.

Noosa, Sunrise Beach, Peregian, Coolum, Yaroomba, Marcoola, Maroochydore, Alexandra Headlands, Mooloolaba, Minyama, Kawana, Currimundi and Caloundra just to name a few, were all snapped up by locals, interstates and internationals looking for a sea-change.

All, but one fenced off location.

Well known, and located somewhere between Warana and Wurtulla, coast locals from the 70’s and early 80’s lovingly referred to the fenced off spot as Shangri-la, a fictional place described in the 1933 novel, Lost Horizon by James Hilton. A mystical, harmonious valley where everyone took their clothes off. And it was. The Mystical part, at least.

If you look into the history of the Sunshine Coast, you will find that Battery Hill in Caloundra was named so, because of it’s purpose within the military. Weapons were tested from there, to an expanse of unused swampland along the Nicklin Way.

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Image: Photograph taken in the 70’s overlooking Bokarina Beach & Caloundra Coastline, via Rick Burns, PJ Burns Builder

Long standing Sunshine Coast Builders, like Rick Burns from PJ Burns Builder, will tell stories of digging up all sorts of military fragments and unexploded shells, some locals speculating this is the reason for the unlikely, construction-less mirage.

Fast forward to 2018, and all of that is about to change. That unused swampland is set to be home to ‘Bokarina Beach’, Stockland’s exciting new masterplanned community, with an urban heart and a coastal soul. Where you can experience a vibrant new way of coastal living, with boutique shopping and dining, open green spaces and a village park, public plaza and a lake surrounded by walking trails and parkland with connectivity to Lake Kawana.

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Image: Stockland’s ‘Bokarina Beach’ Masterplan

The latest stage of release in Bokarina Beach has a great mix of lot sizes ranging from 250m2 to 413m2 to suit a range of home designs, with land prices starting from $483,000, and 12 of these lots backing onto a landscaped linea park, offering additional privacy.

We’d love to hear from you. Contact us about our range of stunning home designs or talk to us about how we can custom design your dream home and help you choose the right block today. p: 07 5457 7600 / e: hello@pjburns.com

 

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Images: Design Inspiration, via home beautiful

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