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The Sailors Club - Seating Area

Decor Destination: The Sailors Club, Rose Bay.

I love discovering a decor destination, filled with furniture and homewares so good that it pains me to ask for the bill. The Sailor’s Club in Rose Bay is one such venue. This space feels like an endless summer, which is all rather fortunate considering Jack Frost is currently stalking our city!

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I had the pleasure of discovering this gem last year when I attended Freedom’s summer launch event (CLICK HERE to read more on that), and I’ve been smitten with it ever since. The location itself screams luxurious waterside, and once you’re inside the view is truly captivating. 

Canary yellow and turquoise hues sit against a fresh, white backdrop in this venue, creating a space that feels eternally warm and colourful. The design is inspired by 1960s Palm Springs and feels every bit of it. It’s minimalist but still evokes a sense of exuberance, and the food is just as glorious as the interior and its surrounds.

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The Sailor’s Club is open Wednesday to Sunday for lunch and dinner and really is worth the visit. The area also affords you the ability to go for a wander by the water after your meal (hello date night!), so get all over it, I say!

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Outside of writing this blog, Chris is an interior designer, presenter and author. He's also spent time on TV, on Channel 10's Changing Rooms, as well presenting segments on Channel 7's Sunrise and The Morning Show. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

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