Design brief: Design scheme options for Shenton Quarter, Shenton Park apartment buyers

The colour schemes reference Iris Residential’s sold-out Jolimont development, One Mabel Park, building upon the popularity of the project’s three colour palettes

Design brief: Design scheme options for Shenton Quarter, Shenton Park apartment buyers
Shenton Quarter, Shenton Park. Image: Supplied

Shenton Quarter is the latest offering from Iris Residential, transforming Perth’s inner-western suburb of Shenton Park.

Situated on the corner of Selby Street and Seymour Avenue, the residence boasts 21st-century convenience in a thriving urban village.

Featuring 157 one, two and three-bedroom apartments, residents can enjoy luxurious light-filled residences and unrivalled resident-only space.

The Cameron Chisholm Nicol-designed building boasts exclusive concierge services, a 20m heated swimming pool, landscaped gardens, outdoor barbeque, gym and dining pavilion.

Open-plan living and dining, city views across Perth and a choice of one of three colour schemes are just a few of the features in these apartments.

The colour schemes reference Iris Residential’s sold-out Jolimont development, One Mabel Park, building upon the popularity of the project’s three colour palettes.

Urban takes a look at the selection of bespoke design schemes on offer at Shenton Quarter.

1. Scheme A – Acacia

Acacia delivers residents a crisp white colour palette that provides the ideal blank canvas for personal touches to the home.

Timber floors and neutral tones help brighten the home with a contemporary feel and heightened perception of space.

The white contrasts against the dark stone tiling in the bathroom that culminates into a calm, serene sanctuary.  

2. Scheme B – Banksia

Elegant and versatile, Banksia boasts a modern design with warm and cool elements coming together.

The classic whites and soft grey tones create the ideal backdrop for your interior styling and find harmony with the steel kitchen appliances and finishes.

In the bathroom, integrated cabinetry features the same soft greys as the kitchen, which can be combined with contrasting shades for dramatic effect or monochromatic tones for a minimalist style.

3. Scheme C – Cassia

The final scheme, Cassia, presents a sophisticated feel thanks to bold touches in the interior.

Light and dark colours deliver a timeless design, with black feature cabinetry contrasting the crisp white and warm timber elements.

The striking architectural effect provides a feeling of effortlessness, while the bathrooms cabinetry draws the eye to the impressive free-standing bath.

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Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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