Interior Project

Styling for Group Homes Australia

Group Homes Australia have been providing dementia care services across New South Wales. Group Home properties are purposefully nestled in local suburbs and give residents the opportunity to live and be involved in the local community. Each house is occupied by 6-10 residents and has been furnished to look and feel like an inviting home.

SHACK has been commissioned to undertake the refurbishment, interior design and styling of nine homes to date, and we are proud to have completed our most recent project at St Ives! Each home we have helped to create has its own unique style; featuring soft, period-sensitive décor to tastefully complement the house, area and lifestyle of its residents.

Living and dining areas of the Eastern Suburbs and North Shore Group Homes feature our signature mango wood collections. The Deauville parquetry pedestal dining table and Phoenix bookcase and coffee tables showcase beautiful craftsmanship and design that residents can enjoy in these common areas. Using our popular honey stain, we have added warmth and depth to these areas along with complimentary soft furnishings to create an inviting atmosphere for residents to relax in throughout the day.

Bedrooms are a welcoming and private retreat for guests, featuring our Hamptons furniture and Valentina linen bed heads. Soft neutrals appear in décor such as lamps, cushions and artwork to create a calm and relaxing space. The Delphine Armchair and ottoman provides residents a corner to contemplate and rest.

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A talking point for all our residents are found with the exquisite Chinese Antique furniture featured in common entry and hallways. Some of these pieces have origins dating back to the early 1900s from rural areas in China. The colours, pattern and history provide much stimulation for residents and their families to enjoy and admire.

Outside spaces, have been carefully curated by our in-house stylist Helena Blazina Elms. Each layer of styling creates a level of interest; furnishings and objects are tactile and designed to incite the senses. Various sitting and break out areas allow residents to enjoy visits from family and friends in more secluded outdoor spaces.

If you would like to find out more about Group Homes Australia and to see more of our beautiful range of furniture and homewares featured across their properties, visit GHA online.

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