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Empire will offer Canopy residents with homeware packages tailored individually. Image Supplied.
  • Canopy is a new Stockland residential development in Perth's inner north-west
  • Buyers will be able to access free consultation
  • Since construction began in November, more than 30 homes have already sold

Canopy, a new Stockland residential development in Glendalough five kilometres north-west of Perth’s CBD, has announced a collaboration with Perth-based design company Empire Homewares to provide residents with a unique complimentary design consultation service.

Under the service, Canopy residents will have a one-on-one session with an Empire stylist who will then provide a tailored selection of options suiting the homeowner’s tastes and budget. Residents will also receive a VIP discount with the company along with a welcome gift.

Construction for Canopy Residences began in November 2020 with more than 30 homes already sold.

Col Dutton, the Stockland WA General Manager and UDIA WA President, is confident the collaboration will significantly improve the homebuyer experience.

“Canopy is a one-of-a-kind project for Stockland, it combines the best of modern architecture with urban design to provide a breathtaking natural environment for residents to enjoy,” said Mr Dutton.

“This is a natural alignment of two brands that share a lifestyle design aesthetic. By offering Canopy residents the opportunity to effortlessly furnish their home with carefully curated and tailored homewares, we can truly bring to life their dream home from the outside-in.”

Col Dutton, Stockland WA General Manager

Elissa Coleman, Empire Homewares Creative Director, said the collaboration will result in a smooth transition for new homeowners.

“Working closely with Canopy, our team has built extensive knowledge of the floorplan, colour scheme and finishings of each terrace home. This allows us to provide a tailored service for each and every Canopy home owner and help bring to life what will be in essence their own urban sanctuary,” said Ms Coleman.

“Our team will provide a seamless service that provides customers with a comprehensive interior offering and promises alignment with their aesthetic and personal taste. We take pride in creating bespoke homeware packages that are a no-pressure obligation for customers looking to furnish their dream home with items of exquisite taste.”

Elissa Coleman, Empire Homewares

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