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Whispers of Palm Springs and a marine palette fabricate for a breezy beachfront surroundings at Bannisters Port Stephens, a boutique resort overlooking Salamander Bay – a seaside getaway north of Sydney.
Attach below the foyer – which is awash with gelato-hued furnishings collectively with eucalyptus purple cushioned couches, vintage B&B Italia armchairs, and gumnut green velvet sofas that reference the hillside – is Rick Stein’s restaurant, the star chef’s Zero.33 challenge with the Bannisters resort community.
‘The thought that for the foyer and informal terrace restaurant used to be to be unique and young, but nod to the nostalgic motel feel from its previous,’ explains Romy Alwill from Sydney-essentially essentially based Alwill Interiors who, alongside with dressmaker Mia Ward, also crafted Stein’s restaurant. ‘We wanted Rick’s to have its secure uniquely Australian feel with regards to the encompassing bushland and to boot the honest views down the bay.’
A moulded U-fashioned bar sits centre stage in the lofty commence thought dining characteristic, it’s Prussian Blue shade anchoring it firmly to waxed terracotta tiles. A related deep sea-murky arced leather banquettes stud the dining areas decked with sand-toned smoked European Oak floors and wicker dining chairs. ‘They’re punches of Rick’s signature blue (unique from the Pacific keep in mind that!),’ provides Alwil. Hand-colored Jap wallpaper seeps accurate into a feature wall, gently undulating love ocean ripples below the flicker of leather wall sconces sprouting from cantilevered fingers.
Whereas you won’t on the overall fetch Stein tossing pans over flames in the kitchen, he worked