Keen to see Concreate products in a real setting, as well as have some downtime? Welcome to our “Living Showroom” in Berowra Waters.
Resting on the edge of Berowra Waters Creek, close to the marina and iconic Berowra Waters Inn, you’ll find a 4-bedroom “treehouse” nestled amongst casuarinas.
Secluded and accessible only by boat, this is Concreate’s retreat from everyday life, for all to share.
Available for weekenders, holiday stays, private hire, photoshoots and exhibitions, this riverfront escape at 8 Dusthole Point, Berowra, is a real-life experience of Concreate products and style.
You’ll find a bespoke “Raw” Concreate benchtop in the kitchen as well as custom concrete wall panels in the outdoor shower and floating concrete fire hearth, all handcrafted in their Botany workshop.
With interior design by owners Nic and Duane Royal, everything is in keeping with their love of quirkiness and colour, complimented by a palette of timber, concrete and earthy tones.
“We embrace handmade and locally made products… The true designers and artisans that create fabulous pieces which stand the test of time.”
“The home décor in our online store also celebrates that and is chosen to work with our love of raw, textural, industrial, bohemian design - for kitchen, bathrooms and outdoor living” says Nicole.
“We’re very conscious of treading lightly on our planet. Our own Concreate benchtops are handcrafted and we prefer to select Eco-friendly products where possible, such as paint and carpet.”
Guests can now include an indulgent pamper package for their stay with handmade products designed to refresh and rejuvenate.
The pampering ritual begins with a luxurious Rhassoul Clay Mask in an acacia bowl. It also includes handmade soap, scented with pure sweet orange and juniper berry essential oils; deeply nourishing Himalayan Pink Salt Scrub and Peppermint Foot Scrub.
You will also have the use of a gorgeous scented candle for your stay, and receive a bottle of sparkling wine.
“Our living showroom is here for guests to enjoy time to contemplate, to reset, and to experience the Concreate ethos.”