See latest interior design trends at new display homes

BUYERS looking to downsize and enjoy the safety and community of a retirement village can experience the latest interior design trends at Lend Lease's new display homes on the Gold Coast.

At The Gardens on Lindfield in Helensvale the stunning condominiums have been opened to the public, making it easy for prospective buyers to see the size and quality of the homes, and the latest decorating trends.

Regional manager of Lend Lease's Retirement Living business in Queensland, Greg Little, said the display homes reflect the high-quality finishes and beautiful design of the condominiums.

"We understand our new residents are looking for a well-designed space, along with a great fit-out to suit their lifestyle, hobbies and other needs," Mr Little said.

"Experienced Queensland designers have helped us to maximise the space, creating a light, airy and modern feel, neutral enough to display individual treasures, and fill with memories and new experiences too," he said.

Lend Lease's new display homes are a collaboration with Sunshine Coast based property styling and interior design company Blink Living, who have a team of qualified interior designers with over 30 years' experience.

Blink Living interior designer Dianne Conley said: "The recent boom in retirement developments has seen our interior design take on another dimension; our approach is all about creating an inviting, inspirational yet practical space incorporating the latest trends in homewares and accessories to make the decision an exciting next step for any new resident moving into a village."

Condominiums at The Gardens on Lindfield start at $320,000 for two bedrooms and a car space. For properties for sale at Lend Lease Retirement Villages, visit www.retirementbylendlease.com.au.

Anyone interested in viewing the new display homes is encouraged to call 1800 550 550, Monday to Friday 8.30am-5pm.


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