Monday, December 10, 2018

Melbourne ‘burbs now home to stylish new apartments

Punthill Apartment Hotels recently revealed their newest accommodation; the beautiful, stylish and spacious Punthill Ivanhoe Serviced Apartments.

This property adds to their already expansive list of superb serviced accommodation offerings in Melbourne.

One of Melbourne’s oldest and most exclusive suburbs, Ivanhoe is known for its leafy and green characteristics. The apartments sit opposite the Austin Health Precinct and Olivia Newtown-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre, making this the perfect accommodation choice for visitors of a sick relative or friend.

These one and two-bedroom apartments all offer fantastic sweeping views of the city’s skyline and Dandenong Ranges. This skilfully designed and appointed state-of-the-art accommodation was furnished by Move-in, a company that provides Australia-wide FF&E furnishing solutions.

Specialising in complete turnkey furniture packages, Move-in offers “contemporary selections of furniture and accessories, tailored to suit every project and budget”.

According to Brittany Britten from Move-in, they can provide high-volume packages for hotels, resorts, serviced apartments, student and workforce accommodation, as well as individual packages for display homes, marketing suites, corporate and executive leasing, investment properties and private residences.

Punthill Apartment Hotels previously tasked Move-in with furnishing their CBD Northbank Serviced Apartment Hotel. The collaboration was a huge success and now at Ivanhoe they have done it again! Here, the interior design team present a fresh and colourful FF&E solution for 52 serviced apartments, making a point of using local artists and makers to give it a Melbourne/local feel.

Brittany said: “The interior was brought to life using colourful styling and artwork by local artist Ellie Malin – who supplied limited edition prints exclusive to Punthill Ivanhoe – along with customised ceramics by The Mod Collective. The artwork and styling were specified to highlight the brand and add colour to the apartments.

“Our design team worked closely with the artist to curate a selection of prints that would fit best within the scheme and reflect the Punthill brand.”

Move-in designed, delivered and installed everything from sofas to beds, pots and pans and electrical items, along with artwork and functional styling items. 

Laura White, Punthill’s group operations manager told us: “Move-in took care of every detail, they provided a contemporary and comfortable furniture package for us, a turnkey solution with full customer service and project management.

The team really took care of us, having worked with us on our prior development Punthill Northbank.

Melissa Molnar on the interiors team was incredible and really assisted in achieving our vison for the new opening. We are delighted with the fit out, as are our guests who are offering positive feedback about the modern styling and homely feel of the apartments.”

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