Newspaper article Coffs Coast Advocate (Coffs Harbour, Australia)

Create a Dream Home

Newspaper article Coffs Coast Advocate (Coffs Harbour, Australia)

Create a Dream Home

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"COME on in, meet the team and be inspired to create the home of your dreams." That is the message from Eve Smith, store manager at the newly opened Early Settler & Recollections store at Park Beach HomeBase.

Eve and her team have opening bargains and a new catalogue of furniture perfect for the Coffs Coast lifestyle.

At Early Settler you'll find an inspiring range of classic colonial, rustic country, French provincial and contemporary furniture all at surprisingly affordable prices. Select from a wide range of dining, lounge, bedroom, home office, outdoor and garden furniture, through to coffee tables, side tables, entertainment units and more.

The designs reflect Early Settler's core principles of high quality and exceptional value.

Here are some furniture shopping tips from their in-store experts.

Choosing Furniture

The look and feel of your home is a reflection of your personal tastes and style. Whether shaped over time through a series of individual selections, or carefully planned in advance, every room should be inviting and comfortable to you, first and foremost.

Different styles of furniture can suit different rooms. The most important thing is that it should be your style and your own taste that dictates the general style.

Measure the size and layout of the rooms you are going to furnish, then make a list of the pieces you are looking for based on their purpose and the rooms in which they will feature.

Entrances

A hall table is a sensible inclusion in an entry hall, providing a spot for keys, mail or mobile phones. A display of photographs, homeware and a beautifully placed mirror will also give a hallway personality and individual style.

Living Rooms

A comfortable place to sit is essential in a living room - whether quirky or classic, old world, rustic or refined - a lounge, armchair and other forms of seating have as close a relationship to the body as a mattress. …

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