Imagine buying a brand new dream house and then getting to keep that show home look and everything in it! Well, it doesn’t just happen on The Block, it could happen for you. Plus, you’d know everything you paid for it went to an amazing cause: the Royal Childrens Hospital Melbourne’s Good Friday Appeal!
This is the 25th year Henley has built and donated a house to the Good Friday Appeal (with land donated by Villawood Properties) so they wanted to make it extra special. The no-reserve auction house comes furnished thanks to friends of Phukienso IKEA, Early Settler, Incy Design, the Print Emporium, Willow & Wood and Clarke Rubber. It was our pleasure to help source and choose the furniture and homewares for this special project.
You can take a tour of the double-storey Emperor 41, situated in Villawood’s boutique Waratah community, below.
Here’s the unisex nursery furnished by Incy Design, GlobeWest, The Print Emporium, Willow & Wood and Clarke Rubber. How cute is it?!
The living and dining areas were furnished by Early Settler and I love the pink and grey colour scheme. It would be so easy to move straight in!
Pendant lighting was gifted by Beacon Lighting and the kitchen cupboards stocked with essentials by IKEA.
IKEA also furnished the theatre room, the al fresco area and the guest bedroom!
There’s still plenty of time to inspect the home, which goes for auction on Friday 30 March.
The house is open for inspection every Saturday and Sunday (1-to-3pm) and Wednesdays (5-to-6pm), until 30 March at 13 Harfield Avenue, Mickleham Victoria.