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Hamptons Farm Project Reveal: The North Wing Continued…

In this North Wing we have a soaring 8-meter ceiling which is beautiful to display our amazing lighting. We chose two incredible, meter wide, chandeliers by One World Collection in the living space and two amazing, ring lights by Montauk Lighting over the dining area. These were hung by Harris Electrical, a local electrician, that was incredible with no complaints at the extreme height of the ceiling. We customised these ring lights with shades by St John Lamps, adding a stripe again to create a bespoke feel. We are so proud of this space as it really does capture the real feel of what the Hamptons’ style can offer.

Another layer of detail in our ceilings was the James Hardie Hardie Groove; it complements the roof as a feature and draws your eyes to the lines that are just gorgeous. It was a huge job for the boys at the Carport Co hanging these boards on a scaffold of 5 meters height, but they were just masters.

Some other features we added are the beautiful wainscoting that Rob from Perth Bespoke Carpentry installed with the use of the Intrim Mouldings. We used the detail of Intrim in the kitchen, cornice and skirtings and then added the layer of wainscoting in with precise master ship from Rob. His careful installation finishes off the room like adding earrings to an outfit. It just added the wow factor in any space. Intrim Mouldings have such an incredible range of beautifully created pieces, it can turn a flat wall into a masterpiece.

The North Wing flows from east to west with a central room hall table, layered with greenery and coffee table books to browse through. The flooring throughout the home is a Laminex product that is a warm, wide, wood look, American oak with warm brown hues. This flooring is used to create a continual flow as it is used in all rooms except the wet areas. Having these natural tones allows the furniture to sing too.

Photography by @koby_turner