Beach vibes: The Salty Dog Hotel

  • Walls and ceilings

    Interior walls painted in Dulux ‘Antique White USA.’ Decorative wall tiling uses Cinca tiles from Signorino.
  • Windows and doors

    Existing windows and doors, refreshed with paint.
  • Flooring

    Front bar has original concrete floor, polished.
  • Lighting

    Circular light box and brass lightning bolt designed by Brustman + Boyde and made by Earl Pinto. Timber and brass cylinder lights designed and manufactured by Earl Pinto. Verner Panton Flowerpot pendant light from Great Dane. Pop pendant from Richmond Lighting. Palermo and Cabaret 5 lights by Astro; Brightgreen D900 and D700 lights; and Otylight Box 31 light, all from ECC Lighting and Furniture.
  • Furniture

    Split chair and stool by Arik Levy from James Richardson Furniture. Laia Bench by Alki from Cosh Living. Circular booth designed by Brustman + Boyde, manufactured by Knightsbridge. Family table, L-shaped banquette, breakfast bench and bar joinery, all designed by Laura McCusker. Beanbags designed by Brustman + Boyde. Harry Seidler fibreglass molded tub chair. Caroma plastic stools.

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