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Style Central by Aveling Homes is an initiative that is unique in the Western Australian home building industry. The Style Central concept has been created to assist you to make informed design decisions on the finished look of your beautiful new home.
There are two components to Style Central:
- Style Notes
- The Online Style Centre
To help you create a consistent design theme throughout your new home, we have created four distinct ‘looks’ for you to choose from. These four looks are part of our Style Notes collection of interior and exterior design styles. These styles are Contemporary, Coastal, Traditional and Urban.
You can either choose one of these styles or you can bring aspects of other styles into the mix. It’s up to you and it’s about giving you the scope to customize the look, feel and finish of your new home.
For more information on these four styles, simply click any of the panels below.
STYLE NOTES BLOG
For the latest in new home design ideas and innovations as well as information on future Aveling Homes Style Central events, please visit style-notes.com.au This informative blog is constantly updated with new design trends and you can subscribe to receive the latest in new home design inspirations direct to your Inbox.
ONLINE STYLE CENTRE
Building a new home and creating a look that reflects your own unique sense of style and flair is one of life’s most rewarding and exciting experiences. Now is the time to make all the selections for your new home – and there are some very important decisions to be made in relation to your home’s fittings, features and finishes.
- For detailed information on how to use the Online Style Centre, please read our Online Style Centre User Guide
- Please make sure you read all information on all pages to ensure your selections are correct and you haven’t missed anything.
- You MUST always consider your Contract and Standard Inclusions documents during your Online Style Centre selection process – as you may be entitled to upgrade options at no additional cost