Holiday Rental Renovation Hermanus

Holiday Rental Renovation Hermanus: Overberg Interiors were asked to take a very run down but beautiful big house in Westcliff Hermanus and give it a fresh remodel specifically for the purposes of holiday rental for clients who live overseas. Not quite a blank canvas, we had to work our way around some items of existing furniture and paint colours to get the owners the best value for money for a holiday let.

A room with a view: In this beautiful and spacious master bedroom we chose soft aqua tones to pick up the amazing view of the seaside nearby. The draping curtains are done on a wave track to give a natural gentle drop.

We bespoke make headboard and lampshade design in Hermanus

The Kid’s Room: As this is a large family style home, we decided to do a room for kids who would be staying on their holiday…. Bunny rabbit and cloud cushions mixed with owl and flamingo throws on the bunk beds with quirky artworks, lighting and sculptures…

The Travel Room: Everything in this room was designed around the notion of nautical travel and adventure from the aqua and seaweed colour scheme to the oceanic map pillows to the boat artwork.

In this room we wanted to keep the colours of a seaside interior, but also give a nod to Africa by using African printed fabrics with elephants and moneys and zebra which are very on trend this year

Grey and yellow as a colour combination are not only one of my favourites but also particularly in fashion currently in interior design. Trendy fabrics, bespoke striped lampshades and headboards are used in this double bed which can also be used easily as two singles.

In the living room we chose new fabrics and made new slipcovers for tired old sofas and fixed them up better than new in our chosen seaside colour scheme. All existing furniture was used, but just give a bit of a revamp.

Holiday Rental Renovation Hermanus.

Skills

Posted on

April 1, 2021

Price Based Country test mode enabled for testing South Africa. You should do tests on private browsing mode. Browse in private with Firefox, Chrome and Safari