Interior Style - Organic Escape

Dreaming of an interior that makes you feel relaxed from the moment you step inside? If so, you’ll love our Organic Escape theme. Inspired by the idea of barefoot luxury, it effortlessly blends warm earthy tones, soft curves, characterful timbers, and tons of texture to create a space that’s both cocooning and welcoming. You’ll never want to leave home!

Recreate the Organic Escape look with warm white walls, timber joinery, barely-there window furnishings, and furniture with gently rounded lines, accessorised with abstract art, linens and décor pieces in complementary tones of terracotta, olive and plum. 

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Organic Escape - Kitchen

Draw nature inside with warm putty tones, cosy textures, furniture with clean, curved lines & an abundance of indoor plants.

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Organic Escape - Master Suite

In an organic escape master bedroom, expect a serene retreat.

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Organic Escape - Meals

Create a serene, rejuvenating space inspired by the beauty of the outdoors, fostering a sense of tranquility and well-being.

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Organic Escape - Lounge

This style embraces natural elements, sustainable materials, and a harmonious connection with the environment.

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“This is the perfect decorating look if your style leans towards minimalist, but you still want your home to feel comfortable and inviting. And you’ll find no shortage of great products and paint colours on the market to help you bring it to life.”

INTERIOR DESIGN MANAGER, JESSICA HODGES

Create the look

Exterior colours

Give guests a taste of your interior style before they step foot inside with a clean-lined façade featuring smooth, rendered surfaces in layers of earthy tones, such as beige, greige and warm grey, and touches of warm timber in your roof detailing, front door and window frames.

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Interior flooring

Wide oak floorboards or stone-look floor tiles in beige or sand with some subtle movement in the pattern will create a warm, natural foundation for your Organic Escape room scheme. Bring in softness with chunky, loop-pile rugs and carpets in solid, earthy shades that tone in with your main flooring.

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Feature lighting

Opt for understated lighting in matt white and timber that blends in seamlessly with the rest of your scheme. Think sculptural floor lamps in your living areas, clean-lined pendants over the kitchen island, rounded wall sconces in your meals area or formal lounge, and a pair of round, frosted-glass wall lights low over your bedside tables.

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Kitchen styling

Keep it casual with dual-tone joinery in light oak and warm grey – either flat-faced or with some sections of tongue and groove panelling for a subtle hit of texture. Round out the look with matt concrete-look benchtops, and a simple chrome or brushed-nickel tap. Add dimension to your kitchen white a kit kat mosaic-tiled splashback behind your cooktop, simple white metal pendants over your island, and crisp, white-washed bar stools.

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Bathroom bliss

Evoke zen-like vibes with a clean-lined vanity in a warm tone like taupe, with a timber or a concrete-effect countertop, a rounded basin and a simple chrome or white tap. Add texture and interest to the scheme by lining the walls and floor with limestone- or concrete-look tiles, floating timber shelves, and artwork in earthy tones framed in wood or white.

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See the Organic Escape look on display at these locations:

Sacramento 31 on display at Sunbury
Sacramento 31

Redstone Estate, Sunbury

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Portland Grand Pantry 29 on display at Tarneit
Portland Grand Pantry 29

Alamora Estate, Tarneit

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Furniture & Styling

Create a relaxed yet curated feel with simple, pared-back furniture shapes with rounded lines, such as a curved sofa, drum side tables, and a nest of timber coffee tables.

When it comes to soft furnishings, think natural materials, such as a slubby linen, cotton and leather, in warm, earthy tones of a beige, cream, buff, pebble grey, olive and ruddy terracotta.

Less is more when it comes to styling; opt for one large, substantial artwork or sculptural piece rather than multiple pieces to keep the look uncluttered and airy. Inject personality with interesting detailing, such as a battened table base or a cabinet crafted from reclaimed wood.

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