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SELECTION GUIDE 2016


After more than 10 years of building homes across Melbourne and Geelong, we are proud to say we are just as committed to delivering market leading quality and exceptional service today as we were in the beginning. At Carlisle we take great care to ensure our clients are guided through their building journey, supported at every point by a process that is transparent and a team that is committed to customer satisfaction. With our award winning service and uncompromising quality, our aim is to deliver the home of your dreams and an experience to remember.

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CONTENTS

YOUR SPECTRA GUIDE WELCOME FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS OUR SHOWROOM USEFUL TOOLS INSPIRE BY CARLISLE EXTERNAL ZONE INTERNAL ZONE ELECTRICAL ZONE OUR LOYAL SUPPLIERS REFER A FRIEND COLOUR BROWSE SELECTIONS NOTES

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YOUR SPECTRA GUIDE Your Spectra Selection Guide provides a comprehensive reference covering every aspect of Spectra, including all your colour and product options. In a way it’s like your virtual Spectra tour, it’s even presented in exactly the same format as the showroom flows, as you make your selection journey starting from the front door, through each room in detail and finishing with lighting and electrical options. Take the time to read all the information and utilise the suggested tools. The more time invested into your preparation, the more rewarding and enjoyable your Spectra experience will be – and of course, the result will be your dream home becoming a reality. Throughout this guide, for every decision you’ll need to make, we have provided important information on your standard inclusions and upgrade options. We look forward to sharing your Spectra experience and watching your new home come to life.

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WELCOME TO SPECTRA Welcome to one of the most exciting and fun steps in building your new dream home – the Spectra colour and product selection process. With Carlisle, you don’t have to drive all over town hunting around for quality materials and finishes because we have all of Australia’s most well-known and loved brands under the one roof. You’ll also get your very own Interior Designer to guide you through the selection process. At Spectra you’ll be able to explore our Award Winning showroom with full size display areas choosing from top brands such as Laminex®, Colorbond© and Caesarstone® just to name a few. Browse through quality home products including the finest in European cooking appliances, paint colours, floor coverings, cabinetry options, glass splashbacks, ducted vacuum units, alarm systems and home entertainment systems – the list is endless.

VISIT OUR DISPLAY HOMES It’s a good idea to visit as many display homes as possible so that you can check out options in a real home setting.

BROWSE APPOINTMENT Before you attend your colour selection appointment, you will be invited to attend a browse appointment, which we highly recommend. This will help you prepare for your colour selection appointment and ensure you make your choices with confidence.

COLOUR AND ELECTRICAL SELECTION APPOINTMENT You will be assigned an Interior Designer to guide you through the Spectra experience, assist with your selections, discuss colour palettes and review your lifestyle needs. We will also take you through your electrical plan and help you select your electrical options. There are many decisions that you will need to make but no need to feel overwhelmed, you are in expert hands. During your appointments you won’t obtain detailed pricing on variations and upgrades, these will be costed and provided for review at your tender appointment. Any structural variations should be discussed with your Sales Consultant as they are not covered during your Spectra appointments.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Brand on Park Shopp ing Centre

Your colour and electrical selection appointment can take a full day to complete, so we recommend organising time away from work and co-ordinating the pick-up of children from school. If you have toddlers, don’t worry, at Spectra we have a dedicated kids’ room to keep them entertained.

SHOULD I BRING FOOD AND DRINKS? We want you to be able to focus on making your selections so we have you covered, we will provide you with a fully catered lunch to enjoy. Your Client Liaison Executive will send you a list of lunch options prior to your appointment for you to choose from. We also offer tea, coffee and water throughout the day. Please let your Client Liaison Executive know if you have any dietary requirements when booking your appointment.

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HOW LONG WILL MY COLOUR AND ELECTRICAL APPOINTMENT TAKE?

IS THERE INTERNET ACCESS? Yes, free wi-fi is available at our Spectra Selection Centre for your leisure and use. Simply connect to the Carlisle Guest wi-fi network on your arrival.

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ELECTRICAL

ENTRY/EXIT

TILING

RECEPTION

COFFEE/TEA

PUBLIC BATHROOM

KIDS ROOM

PRODUCT INFO

BABY CHANGE ROOM

LOUNGES MEETING ROOMS GREEN ZONE

MEETING ROOM

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EXTERNAL/ZONE

TIMBER/ CARPET

OUR SHOWROOM INTERNAL/ZONE

KITCHEN & BATHROOM


USEFUL TOOLS THE CARLISLE BLOG Make yourself a coffee and take the time to catch up on the latest design and styling trends, decorating advice and product updates with a visit to the Carlisle Homes blog. Our Interior Design team regularly update the blog with information to further educate and assist customers through the home selection, decorating and building stages - it’s like having your very own research assistant. With the opportunity to save articles or share through Facebook and Pinterest, the blog will become a very useful tool throughout your entire Carlisle Homes journey.

DISPLAY HOME THEMES Whether you’re inspired by the Scandinavian Beauty theme or captivated by the Noosa Resort Style, there is sure to be a theme to match your new home dreams. Our Interior Design team develop Display Home themes based on researched national and international design trends to provide inspiration and ideas for our customers to consider. Make sure you have visited different Carlisle Display Homes and collected your ideas before your Spectra journey begins.

CARLISLE CONNECT Carlisle Connect is the ultimate online tool, designed to help keep you informed and guide you through each stage of the building process. With your unique client username and password, you will be able to check the status at each stage of your build, watch video tutorials, prepare for upcoming milestones and keep all your information stored in one central place. 8


ACTUAL 3D RENDER

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INSPIRE BY CARLISLE Be inspired by our new online design suite that allows you to customise and style your new home, anywhere and anytime you like. Conveniently located on the Carlisle Homes website, this new and innovative design suite will make it possible for you to design just what your dream home will look like. Inspire by Carlisle is the perfect place to gather research, explore our design collections, then customise and add your own flair through our Visualiser and Moodboard tools.

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SEE YOUR IDEAS COME TO LIFE

Embrace your inner designer by using the online Visualiser tool to create your own dream home. In a few simple clicks you can customise exteriors and interiors with hundreds of textures, materials and colours and see your home transform right in front of you. The best part is, you can register to save or share your theme and bring it with you as inspiration to your Spectra Selection appointment!

CREATE, INSPIRE, SHARE

Build beautiful moodboards by combining products, colours and textures to help create the perfect theme for your new home. You can even share your moodboards with friends for more tips and inspiration.

EXPLORE DESIGNER THEMES

Get the inside scoop from our designers on how to create display home style in your own home. We take you room by room and highlight the key features on a range of modern, classic and interior design trends.

DISCOVER OUR HOME STYLES

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EXTERNAL ZONE We all know the power of the first impression! The Spectra External Zone is your opportunity to create a street appeal to be the envy of your neighbours. Explore the Living Green Zone for options such as hot water systems and rainwater tanks, with the potential to save money by reducing energy and helping to preserve the environment. Be welcomed home each day by your choice of bricks and roofing materials defining your street presence and style theme. Detail the exterior of your home with your selection of doors and windows to complete the picture.

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LIVING GREEN ZONE SOLAR HOT WATER SYSTEMS RAINWATER TANK SOUND INSULATION HEATING COOLING

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EXTERNAL BRICKS MORTAR ROOF TILES CONCRETE ROOF TILES TERRACOTTA COLORBOND© ROOF GARAGE DOORS RENDER FASCIAS, GUTTERS AND DOWNPIPES

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DOORS AND WINDOWS ENTRANCE DOORS ENTRANCE DOOR FRAMES EXTERNAL DOOR FURNITURE FRONT ENTRY EXTERNAL DOOR FURNITURE INTERNAL ACCESS DOOR EXTERNAL DOORS WINDOWS WINDOW GLAZING WINDOW COVERINGS

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SOLAR HOT WATER SYSTEMS Solar hot water systems use the power of the sun to heat your water. Australia is renowned for its hours of sunshine so it is logical to maximise this plentiful free energy source. Solar water systems include collectors mounted on the roof of your home to absorb the sun’s energy. Cooler water from a storage tank is heated by being fed past these collectors and then returned to the tank and circulated via pipes around your home for you to use. When there isn’t enough energy from the sun, your system reverts to a back-up gas system to ensure hot water is always available. Depending on the climate and your system configuration, solar water heating can provide up to 90% of your household’s hot water for free. Many larger families upgrade to additional panels and larger tanks to further maximise on this natural energy source and reduce reliance on electricity and gas hot water. To reduce water wastage and inconvenience, you may want to consider adding a second instantaneous water heater to key bathroom areas.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

AFFORDABLE

YOUR OPTIONS

LUXURY

Rinnai Solar 175LT Sunmaster tank with S26 gas booster & solar panel (26 litres per minute)

Rinnai Solar 215LT Sunmaster tank with S20 gas booster and 2 solar panels (20 litres per minute)

Rinnai Solar 175LT Sunmaster tank with S20 gas booster & solar panel (20 litres per minute)

Rinnai Solar 270LT Sunmaster tank with S26 gas booster and 2 solar panels (26 litres per minute)

Rinnai Solar 215LT Sunmaster tank with S26 gas booster and 2 solar panels (26 litres per minute)

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RAINWATER TANK Rainwater is a natural resource that is readily available, especially in the state of Victoria. By collecting rainwater you can reduce household water costs, have a lush and healthy garden and play a significant role in water conservation for your community with less reliance on water storage dams and the reduction of stormwater runoff. Within the Spectra Living Green Zone, you can review different tank shapes and capacities to suit your home and water usage requirements. A well-designed rainwater harvesting system can save up to 40% of water over normal household mains water consumption, making it cost-effective and saves precious water. Rainwater can be used for toilet flushing, garden watering and washing machines – the possibilities are endless. You can choose to upgrade from a variety of tank size options in a range of colours.

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YOUR OPTIONS Refer to ColorbondŠ Roof section on page 41 for colours.

2100 litre with/without pump

3000 litre with pump

5000 litre with pump

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SOUND INSULATION For many new homeowners their choice of home design is based on a number of lifestyle and family considerations such as where the children will play, where the bulk of entertaining will take place or the location of the sleep zone. With this in mind, there are materials that can offer improved sound attenuation within the home. Maybe you would like to isolate the theatre room or reduce noise to create a peaceful parent’s retreat. Adding noise insulation features in your home during construction can considerably improve the re-sale appeal for the future. Choose from SoundStop® plasterboard and SoundScreen™ batts for improved noise attenuation. For double storey homes, you can choose to add acoustic underlay to upstairs carpet for improved sound insulation.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS Wall batts to external house walls including garage/house common wall and standard plasterboard Ceiling batts to tiled roof areas (excluding porch, garage and alfresco)

YOUR OPTIONS S  oundStopŽ plasterboard is specifically developed to control room noise levels, improving living comfort by reducing sound transfer from one room to another S  oundScreen™ batts dramatically reduce unwanted noise transfer through walls and between floors and can absorb as much as 75% of the sound power to effectively reduce noise to acceptable levels

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HEATING The temperature of your home affects the comfort level of your family so it’s important to consider what heating solution will suit your family’s needs. There are also other important factors to consider such as running costs and energy efficiency. Your new home comes with the Brivis 3 star ducted heating system but you have the option to upgrade to a 4, 5, or 6 star system. The higher the star rating, the more energy efficient the heater is - meaning bigger annual savings on your running costs. On average, an increase of one star means energy usage savings of approximately 10 percent. Zoned climate control gives you the ability to heat only the rooms you desire, all from a single Brivis Networker Controller. Switching off unused zones not only helps reach your set temperature faster, but will also save you lots on your energy bill. Depending on the home design, there may be an option for you to add more duct points to increase coverage of your heating system.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Brivis Compact Classic Series 3 Star with Programmable Controller

YOUR OPTIONS

Brivis StarPro 4 Star with Networker Controller

Brivis StarPro 5 Star with Networker Controller

Brivis StarPro 6 Star with Networker Controller

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COOLING Your cooling system is a long term investment so it is important to consider your current needs, as well as your future ones. Think about how many rooms you want to cool at any given time. A small upgrade now can significantly increase your future comfort and dramatically reduce your energy bills. You have the option of evaporative cooling or refrigerated cooling, with both options having different configurations and budget options to suit varying lifestyle situations. Ducted evaporative cooling comprises a central cooling unit, which is connected to a series of outlets. Positioned strategically throughout the house, these outlets, or ducts, are installed in the ceiling while the cooling unit is installed on top of the roof. Cool fresh air flows through these outlets into every room of your home that you want cooled. Refrigerated cooling gives you total climate control in your home all year round using an air conditioning unit as well as Brivis ducted heater to give you both heating and cooling through the same ducts. By installing Brivis integrated climate equipment (ICE Series), both heating and cooling can operate via the Networker or Programmable wall control. And due to the Networker being completely programmable, you have the ability to set and forget. Zoned climate control gives you the ability to cool only the rooms you desire, all from a single Brivis Networker Controller. Switching off unused zones not only helps reach your set temperature faster, but will also help you achieve further savings on your energy bills.

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YOUR OPTIONS

 rivis Promina Series (evaporative B cooling) with Networker Controller

 Brivis Ice Series (refrigerated cooling) with Networker Controller

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BRICKS Carlisle Homes offer options from Austral and Boral bricks to create the right external aesthetic for your home. Austral and Boral Category 1 bricks are included as part of your home with the option to select from the other categories as an upgrade. After reviewing colour styles in the online Visualiser Tool, it is highly recommend that you visit both Austral and Boral sample centres as well as viewing Carlisle Display Homes to inspect options in natural light situations and obtain an appreciation for the colour variations that can occur.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS Category

1

Homestead Buff

Homestead Red

Access Cream

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YOUR OPTIONS Category

Category

Category

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2

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Access Chestnut

Settlers Beechwood

Access Ruby

Settlers Mannagum

Homestead Redgum

Access Ash

Homestead Blackwood

Settlers Parchment

Indulgence Biscotti

Access Fawn

Settlers Pepperwood

Homestead Mushroom

Harvest Linseed

Indulgence Truffle

Homestead Tan

Harvest Buckwheat

Indulgence Praline

Harvest Cotton

Melbourne Brighton

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YOUR OPTIONS Category

Category

Category

Category

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5

7

8

Melbourne Hawthorn

Char

Symmetry Red

Graphite

Melbourne Newport

Steel

Symmetry Grey

Zinc

Iron

Symmetry Tan

Nickel

Symmetry Cream

Blackstone

Melbourne Canterbury

Category

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50mm

Zinc 50mm

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS Category

1

Brushwood

Barwon

Kurrajong

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YOUR OPTIONS Category

Category

Category

Category

Category

1A

2

3

4

5

Jarrah

Gypsy Rose

Glenfern

Taupe Grey Velour

Grey Nuance

Rouge

Brown Terrain

Merbau

La Mesa

Mist

Tanami

Oak Velour

Dark Rye

Hartland

Windsor

Labassa

Grampian Blue

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YOUR OPTIONS Category

Category

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7

Morell

Storm

Harvest Gold

Victoria Blue 50mm

La Mesa 50mm

Windorah

Eaglemont

Victoria Blue

Aubergine

Grey Nuance 50mm

Labassa 50mm

Black Ash

Heathwood

Malt

Castillo

Morell 50mm

Barwon 50mm

Raven

Canyon

Dover

Cobblestone

Domino

Platinum

Pewter Metallic

Domino 50mm

Eaglemont 50mm

Blue Steel Flash Metallic

Liquorice

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MORTAR The mortar profile type and colour can not only define your facade style but also influence the look and feel of your brick selection. The mortar profile refers to how the band of mortar between the bricks is finished. Your home includes rolled joint profile mortar in a natural colour as standard. Common mortar colours include: Natural - the most commonly used mortar Off-white - accentuates the colour of your bricks

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

ROLLED

Included as a standard feature is rolled mortar profile in a natural colour

YOUR OPTIONS

RAKED

Not suitable for all bricks

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ROOF TILES CONCRETE Roof tile selection can be the finishing touch to help bring your facade theme together. Your Carlisle home includes CSR Monier concrete tiles with a choice of six standard colours. Lapped ridge profile is included as standard for concrete roof tiles. For a streamlined and clean look, you may upgrade to a flush A-line ridge profile. You can add Bradford Thermoseal roof tile sarking, a protective second skin that reduces draughts and protects your home from wind-driven rain. It is installed underneath concrete roof tiles and makes your home feel more comfortable thanks to the reflective silver foil on the inside. Take advantage of the opportunity to install sarking as part of your build – it even protects the building structure and improves on-site workflow efficiency during the construction period too! After reviewing colour styles in the online Visualiser Tool, it is highly recommended to plan a trip to our Carlisle Display Homes to view tiles in various lighting situations and to observe colour variations.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS Category

1 Babylon

 Elabana Profile Traditional look incorporating on-trend colours with a curved profile

Aniseed

Wild Rice

Wollemi

Sambuca

Barramundi

Aniseed

Sambuca

Barramundi

Saffron

 Lapped Ridge With its side stair type profile, a lapped ridge will complete a traditional look

YOUR OPTIONS Category

1A Tudor Profile Geometric lines suitable for both traditional and contemporary home styles

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YOUR OPTIONS Category

Category

2

3 Wollemi

Traditional Profile

Horizon Profile

Incorporates a subtle curve that delivers a uniquely traditional or contemporary style traditional and contemporary home styles

Flat roof tile that delivers a contemporary and streamlined look traditional and contemporary home styles

Aniseed

Silver Perch

Aniseed

Sambuca

Barramundi

Wild Rice

Barramundi

Bunya

Babylon

Vodka

Chai

Chilli

Sambuca

Caraway

Camelot

Saffron

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YOUR OPTIONS Category

4 Georgian Profile Traditional shingle style roof tile for a classic look traditional and contemporary home styles

Soho Night

 adison Profile M Incorporates a centre shadow line for a minimalistic style

Cambridge Profile Hewn stone roof tile that suits both contemporary and traditional styles

Soho Night

Soho Night

A-Line Ridge For a clean and streamlined look, opt for an A-line ridge

Bradford Thermoseal Sarking

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ROOF TILES TERRACOTTA Terracotta roof tiles are available as an upgrade option and alternative to concrete roof tiles. Terracotta roof tiles are made of natural clay and offer you the added advantage of long-lasting colours that will never fade. Not only will terracotta tiles create a unique look, they will also comply with some estate-specific covenants. While concrete roof tiles are made from selected concrete, sand and pigments, terracotta roof tiles are made from a natural, kiln-fired clay product. Terracotta roof tiles therefore provide a high quality roofing material with long-lasting resistance to the elements. You also have the option to add Bradford Thermoseal sarking to your terracotta roof. Sarking can be installed underneath the roof tiles, with a distinctive green outer surface and a reflective silver foil on the inward facing side. The reflective foil can help slow down heat flow, helping to make your home feel more comfortable. To review terracotta roof tile colours and profiles, check out our online Visualiser Tool. We also recommend that you visit a CSR Monier Display Centre to view terracotta roof tiles in natural light situations.

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YOUR OPTIONS

Charcoal

Granite

Mystic Grey

Slate Grey

Cottage Red

Florence Red

Burgundy

Aurora

Delta Sands

Earth

Sunset

Red Haze

Marseille Profile French-inspired roof tiles that complement a classical style

Tanbark

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Bungalow

Potter Brown


YOUR OPTIONS

Nouveau Profile A sleek, contemporary style that delivers striking visual appeal

Onyx

Cashmere

Sabre

Earth

Lapped Ridge With its side stair type profile, a lapped ridge will complete a traditional look

 A-Line Ridge For a clean and streamlined look, opt for an A-line ridge

Nullabor Profile Incorporates a subtle curve that delivers a uniquely traditional or contemporary style

Granite

Slate Grey

Delta Sands

Aurora

Bradford Thermoseal Sarking

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COLORBOND ROOF

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To create a different streetscape style for your new home you may opt to upgrade to a Colorbond© steel roofing system for an elegant and genuine Australian look with improved durability. Some estate covenants include Colorbond© roofing as a mandatory requirement, you will need to refer to your estate guidelines for information. A visit to the online Visualiser Tool will help you get an idea of how your finished home might look, experimenting with different colour palettes.

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YOUR OPTIONS

Surfmist

Evening Haze

Classic Cream

Paperbark

Cove

Pale Eucalypt

Woodland Grey

Windspray

Deep Ocean

Cottage Green

Shale Grey

Dune

Gully

Mangrove

Monument

Night Sky

Ironstone

Wallaby

Jasper

Basalt

Manor Red

Terrain

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GARAGE DOORS Your garage door is a large element to consider in the design of your new home facade. There are many styles and colours to choose from in the standard range or you may choose to upgrade to enhance your street presence even further. Included as standard to your garage is a double sectional overhead door, opening up into the garage and across the ceiling. You can choose from a range of standard garage door styles and colours. There are many upgrade options for you to consider, including timber-look, acrylic and cedar garage doors. Depending on the house and facade, you can also extend your garage, add a rear roller door and so on. To review how your colour and style shortlist impacts your facade style, check out the online Visualiser Tool and experiment with your options.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

YOUR OPTIONS

STYLES

PREMIUM COLOURS

STANDARD COLOURS

Heritage

Surfmist

Evening Haze

Shale Grey

Paperbark

Classic Cream

Pale Eucalyptus

Cottage Green

Ranch

Cove

Dune

Windspray

Gully

Monument

Mangrove

Terrain

Flatline

Night Sky

Wallaby

Manor Red

Deep Ocean

Wilderness

Bushland

Slimline

Woodland Grey

Ironstone

Jasper

Basalt

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YOUR OPTIONS TIMBER LOOK

DECOWOOD (TIMBER LOOK)*

WESTERN RED CEDAR

ACCESSORIES

Classic Cedar

Ironbark

Chestnut

Ebony

Dark Oak

Caoba Dawn

Casuarina

Kwila

Light Oak

Natural

ACRYLIC

Dark Tint

Opal

*Other colours available.

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SAVANNAH (HIGH GRADE STEEL)

Black

Matte Opal

Light Tint

White

Glacier

Slimline

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RENDER Including rendered features or full render to your home creates an alternative look to general face brickwork. A new perspective is developed with an elegant new-look surface and the flexibility to choose from an extensive colour palette. Putting together the material elements of your facade is quite an involved process with many designer combinations and colours to choose from. Facade render and colour themes are areas that are not feasible or cost effective to change at a later stage so it is important to explore options to find the right look for your home. The standard inclusion is a two coat acrylic render and one coat acrylic texture. Colour selection is made from the Dulux Paint Colour palette. You may choose to upgrade to a satin membrane for a washable finish. Satin membrane is a high performance, 100% acrylic based paint, formulated to provide an attractive and highly durable finish to most masonry and acrylic surfaces. Satin membrane will greatly improve the overall coating system performance whilst reducing maintenance and dirt pick-up. The online Visualiser Tool gives you the option to experiment with different styles and themes, allowing you to print out your signature selections and bring with you to discuss with your Interior Designer at your Spectra appointment.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

YOUR OPTIONS Upgrade to satin membrane for a sheen finish

 art render facade P in up to 3 colours (facade dependent)

 art render facade P in up to 2 colours (facade dependent)

Additional rendering to exterior of home Additional render colours

POPULAR COLOURS

Aumbry

Beige Royal

Charlie Horse

Congo Capture

Ducal

Grey Pebble Half

Haast Half (NZ)

Harold

Namadji

Oriental Spice

Ploughed Earth

Prairie Dust

Raku

Raw Cashew Nut

Sandy Day

Self Destruct

Deep Bamboo

Hedgehope (NZ)

Rakaia (NZ)

Timeless Grey

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FASCIAS, GUTTERS AND DOWNPIPES With a choice of colours for your fascias, gutters and downpipes, you have the opportunity to complement the palette used in your brickwork, render and garage door. Alternatively choose a contrast to achieve accentuated features. Create some different colour combinations with the online Visualiser Tool to find the look to suit your dream facade.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS Choose a maximum of 2 colours as a standard feature from the palette below.

GUTTER

Surfmist

Evening Haze

Shale Grey

Paperbark

Classic Cream

Dune

Windspray

Woodland Grey

Cove

Pale Eucalypt

Gully

Mangrove

Deep Ocean

Cottage Green

Wallaby

Terrain

Jasper

Basalt

Manor Red

Night Sky

Ironstone

Monument

FASCIA

DOWNPIPE

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ENTRANCE DOORS The front door to your new home not only keeps your family safe and secure from the world, but also welcomes your visitors with style. Included as standard is a choice of four Corinthian front door options with clear glazing (where applicable) for homes in our Affinity Collection. There is one standard option for homes in our T-Range or you can upgrade for a different feature element to add to your street appeal. You have the option to paint or stain your timber entrance door, if applicable. To experiment with different style and colour options, visit our online Visualiser Tool and experiment with how your chosen door will complement your facade.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS GLAZING*

PURB2

PMAD101

PSLM202

PSLM204

WIN21

Clear Glass

*Not all doors available for all designs

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YOUR OPTIONS POPULAR DOORS*

PIVOT LUM 1S

PURB104

PURB4

PMAD04

PSLM 208

PMAD104

INF14G

INF11G

INF6G

INF4

WIN52G

*Not all doors available for all designs

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YOUR OPTIONS GLAZING*

PURB1

PSTD5V5

SUNGRAND

WIN5

WIN5G

LUM 1NS

INF5VG

Translucent

Grey Translucent

Desert Sand

Slumped Waterfall

Rice Paper

*Not all glazing available for all designs

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ENTRANCE DOOR FRAMES Entrance door frames vary between home designs and facade. Refer to your working drawings to ascertain whether a single door frame or double door frame is standard. For Affinity homes, you also have the option to upgrade to a pivot door frame. With their wide and generous opening, pivot door frames will make a bold statement and create a grand look. Manufactured to high standards, the frame, pivot hardware and door are all supplied as one assembled unit ready for installation. With a wide range of styles to choose from, we have the pivot door to suit your home. Sidelights allow natural light to come into your entry hallway and give the impression of a larger space. Single or double entrance sidelights may be included as standard to your new home, depending on the home design and facade. Clear glass glazing is standard for all sidelights, however you do have the flexibility to upgrade to other glazing options such as translucent for added security and privacy.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Single door and single sidelight (house and facade specific)

YOUR OPTIONS

Double door and double sidelights (house and facade specific)

Pivot door frame (Affinity only)

GLAZING*

Double door and no sidelights (house and facade specific)

Grey Tint

Rice Paper

Translucent

White Cathedral

Crystal Leaf

GLAZING*

Clear Glass

*Not all glazing available for all door sidelights

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EXTERNAL DOOR FURNITURE FRONT ENTRY Complete the entryway to your home with stylish door furniture to add the finishing touch. Choose a polished or satin look, or upgrade with additional features and accessories. The Lockwood Symmetry Entrance Set in polished or satin stainless steel is your standard inclusion with a snib internally, you also have the option to upgrade to a deadbolt for extra security. For a more contemporary look, you may choose an upgrade option from the many lever style front door sets.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Symmetry Entrance Set Polished stainless steel/Satin stainless steel

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YOUR OPTIONS LEVERS

Summit lever Chrome plate/Satin chrome

Glide lever

Spire lever Chrome plate/Satin chrome

Hakea lever

Chrome plate/Satin chrome

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Chrome plate/Satin chrome

Element lever Chrome plate/Satin chrome

Saltbush lever Chrome plate/Satin chrome


YOUR OPTIONS BACKPLATES

PULL HANDLES

DEADBOLTS

142 style 600mm back to back pull handle with roller bolt and paradigm deadbolt Satin stainless steel (2340mm High Doors)

Vision backplate Chrome plate (pictured with Summit lever)

Single cylinder deadbolt Symmetry

Paradigm 005 double cylinder deadbolt round Chrome plate/Satin chrome

143 style 600mm back to back pull handle with roller bolt and paradigm deadbolt Satin stainless steel (2340mm High Doors) 146 style 600mm back to back pull handle with roller bolt and paradigm deadbolt

Classic backplate Chrome plate (pictured with Spire lever)

Double cylinder deadbolt Symmetry

Paradigm 005 double cylinder deadbolt square Chrome plate/Satin chrome

Satin stainless steel (2340mm High Doors)

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EXTERNAL DOOR FURNITURE INTERNAL ACCESS DOOR Included as standard is an internal access door from the garage to your home, complete with the Lockwood Symmetry Entrance Set in polished or satin stainless steel. You may also want to consider upgrading the lever or deadbolt for added security and style.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Symmetry Entrance Set Polished stainless steel/Satin stainless steel

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YOUR OPTIONS LEVERS

Summit lever Chrome plate/Satin chrome

Glide lever

Spire lever Chrome plate/Satin chrome

Hakea lever

Chrome plate/Satin chrome

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Chrome plate/Satin chrome

Element lever Chrome plate/Satin chrome

Saltbush lever Chrome plate/Satin chrome


YOUR OPTIONS BACKPLATES

Vision backplate Chrome plate (pictured with Summit lever)

Classic backplate Chrome plate (pictured with Spire lever)

DEADBOLTS

Single cylinder deadbolt Symmetry

Double cylinder deadbolt Symmetry

Paradigm 005 double cylinder deadbolt round Chrome plate/Satin chrome

Paradigm 005 double cylinder deadbolt square

Chrome plate/Satin chrome

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EXTERNAL DOORS In addition to your front door, there are also other external door options that you should consider. Included as standard to your laundry is an aluminium sliding door with clear glazing. If you’re after a classic look, you can opt to upgrade this to a timber hinged door. Depending on the home design and facade, the balcony on double storey homes will feature either an aluminium sliding door or entertainer sliding door with clear glazing as standard. You also have the option to upgrade to a timber sliding door on the balcony (facade specific). Outdoor entertaining is made easy with the aluminium sliding doors to your alfresco included as standard to all homes. A select number of homes from our Affinity Collection also include an entertainer sliding door as standard. Explore the extensive range of external doors that you can upgrade to, such as boutique doors and timber doors. Refer to your working drawings to ascertain the type of external doors included as standard in your home design.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Aluminium sliding door to laundry, balcony and alfresco

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Aluminium entertainer sliding door to selected balconies and alfrescos (house specific)


YOUR OPTIONS ALUMINIUM

Aluminium entertainer sliding door*

TIMBER

Flydoors

Security doors (sliding or hinged)

Timber sliding door*

Timber entertainer sliding door*

Boutique entertainer sliding door*

Timber bifold door* (house specific)

WIN21 hinged timber door (laundry only)

BOUTIQUE (ALUMINIUM)*

Boutique bifold door* (house specific)

Boutique sliding door*

*Cornerless units are also available to some doors and alfrescos (house specific)

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WINDOWS Aluminium windows with an extensive choice of colour options are included with your new home creating many different style combinations. For a different visual feature to your facade, you may choose to upgrade to timber windows with a variety of stain colours and add flyscreens. Or, for a luxurious and clean look, opt for boutique aluminium windows with a thicker frame.

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Surfmist

White

Merino

Precious Silver

Dune

Black

Jasper

Monument

Woodland Grey

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YOUR OPTIONS ALUMINIUM

BOUTIQUE (ALUMINIUM)

Aluminium awning window

Aluminium fixed window

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Aluminium casement window

Boutique bifold window (house specific)

Boutique awning window

 outique corner butt joint window B (facade specific)


YOUR OPTIONS TIMBER

POPULAR TIMBER STAINS

ACCESSORIES

Dark Oak

Timber awning window

Timber bifold window (house specific)

Rich Walnut

Flyscreens

Timber casement window

New Teak

Timber fixed window

Timber corner butt joint window (facade specific)

Jarrah

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WINDOW GLAZING Expanses of glass doors and windows create lovely light filled spaces and can be a real design feature for your home. However, they can also be major contributors to the cost of your energy use by allowing unwanted heat gain in summer, and heat loss in winter. Up to 40% of a home’s heating energy can be lost and up to 87% of its heat gained through glass. Double glazed windows and doors (sometimes referred to as IGU’s, Insulated Glass Units) are sealed units made up of two pieces of glass, separated by a sealed air gap and filled with argon gas. The air gap acts as a thermal break between the inner and outer pieces of glass, reducing the flow of hot or cold air between the inside and outside of the home. These units also help prevent condensation from occurring inside the house when it is cold outside and warm inside and can help reduce noise attenuation by reducing the ability of outside noises to pass through the glass. Depending on characteristics of your chosen block and design, such as orientation, window location and neighbouring homes, you may be required to include some double glazing to achieve your required 6 star rating. You can also upgrade to more units, either select windows or complete elevations to achieve further efficiencies and noise reduction.

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Clear Glass

YOUR OPTIONS

Satinlite

Spotswood

Translucent

White Cathedral

Grey Tint

Double Glazing* *A  vailable to clear glass only. More information available in the Living Green Zone at Spectra.

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WINDOW COVERINGS For many, the window coverings and furnishings are the very last job on the to-do list, a task to manage once you have moved into the home. With the ability to include window furnishings as an upgrade, you have the exciting option to integrate this into your home automation network. Importantly, the right choice of window treatments can make a significant difference to your heating and cooling costs by reducing the heat in Summer and keeping the warmth in during Winter, which means they can start to pay for themselves.

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VERTICAL BLINDS

YOUR OPTIONS

Are adaptable, provide great coverage and are energy efficient. They are ideal for hard-to-reach spaces and are able to cover large areas while still providing great views of the outside. They are also easy to repair if damaged, there’s no need to replace the whole blind, you can simply replace the damaged section.

ROMAN BLINDS Offer a luxurious look with no visible joins and are Teflon coated and have a mould resistant UV retardant finish. Combining many years of window covering tradition with the benefits of contemporary engineering, the roman blind is a timeless regulator of both light and privacy.

Vertical blinds

Timber venetians

Roman blinds

Cellular Blinds

ROLLER SCREENS Are a great modern solution, they are easy to operate, with an energy efficient design which will complement any dĂŠcor and environment. Roller blinds are available in translucent or blockout materials. You can also combine these benefits by installing a combination of translucent and blockout blinds on selected windows.

TIMBER VENETIANS Are a classic choice made from high quality cedar. They are easy to operate, durable and offer total light control. Completely washable, this product will not absorb moisture and is suitable for wet and humid areas including bathrooms and kitchens.

CELLULAR BLINDS Provide the practical benefit of insulation and are ideal for any architectural application. They are made using fabric that is honeycomb/ cellular in shape giving superior heat reflection properties to assist in maintaining an energy efficient and comfortable living environment. Blockout and roller screens

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INTERNAL ZONE Your new home is looking stunning from the street perspective, now it is time to create your unique style with the interiors. You may have a favourite theme from one of the Carlisle Display Homes, or perhaps you have your own moodboard to work with. The Spectra Selection Centre is where you get down to business and make your selections for walls, floors, doors and stairs and choose your colour theme throughout. Your new designer kitchen comes to life with different layout configurations, benchtop options and appliances to choose from. Turn your wet areas into luxurious retreats with designer tiling and basin selections and make the finishing touches with premium decor and fixtures.

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WALLS, FLOORS, DOORS AND STAIRS PAINTWORK CORNICES ARCHITRAVES AND SKIRTINGS FLOOR COVERINGS INTERNAL DOORS INTERNAL DOOR FURNITURE STAIRCASE ROBES AND LINEN FIREPLACES

79 83 87 89 93 97 99 101 105

KITCHEN BENCHTOPS CABINETRY CABINETRY HANDLES SPLASHBACK SINKS TAPWARE APPLIANCES

107 111 113 115 119 121 125

WET AREAS TILING VANITY DESIGN VANITY BASINS BATHS AND SPAS VANITY, SPA AND BATH TAPWARE SHOWER FITTINGS TOILETS LAUNDRY CABINETRY

129 131 133 137 141 145 149 151

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PAINTWORK Your favourite themes from our Display Homes may include palettes of crisp whites, cool greys or warm neutrals to re-create in your new home. We recommend that you select neutral tones that will not become outdated. It is easier to paint a few feature walls at a later stage than re-paint the entire house. When selecting colour schemes you will need to consider three options; internal wall colour, ceiling colour and internal woodwork (internal doors, skirting and architraves). If you have chosen to upgrade to a square set cornice, your ceiling and walls will need to be the same colour choice. Use the online Visualiser Tool to experiment with different colour themes to create the right look to complement your soft furnishings and decor items.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS Paintwork is completed throughout your home to your colour selection in the following specifications, D  ulux Premium matt paint to all internal walls (three coats)

YOUR OPTIONS T  o create a truly unique look, you can include feature walls by choosing different colours for areas as an upgrade option

D  ulux Premium flat acrylic paint to ceilings (two coats) Dulux gloss enamel paint to all interior timberwork

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS POPULAR COLOURS

Antique White U.S.A

Beige Royal

Buff It Quarter

Grey Pebble Quarter

Haast Half (NZ)

Hog Bristle Quarter

Lexicon Quarter

Limed White Quarter

Mangaweka

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Mt Aspiring

Natural White

Opononi Half (NZ)

Terrace White

Vanilla Quake Quarter

Whisper White

White Duck Quarter

White Dune Half

White Exchange Half

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CORNICES Even the smallest details can make a difference to the overall style of a room. Included in your new home and garage as standard are 75mm cove cornices. Cornices are moulded plasterboard treatments applied to the junction between interior walls and ceilings adding the perfect finishing touch to every room. You can create a range of styles using various cornice options. From the strong symmetrical lines of Trio cornice to the elegant soft curves of Symphony cornice, you may want to consider the range of cornice options to create your ideal look. To achieve a contemporary and streamlined look, you can omit the cornice and opt for the square set upgrade option which results in a clean finish between the wall and ceiling. Your ceiling and walls will need to be the same colour choice if you’ve opted for a square set cornice.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

YOUR OPTIONS

Standard 75mm cove cornice throughout your home and garage

Symphony

Concerto

Cove

Trio

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YOUR OPTIONS

Alto

Aria

Tempo

Square Set

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ARCHITRAVES AND SKIRTING Medium density fibreboard architraves frame the doors and windows in your home to create a stylish finish to joinery. Included throughout your Affinity home as standard are 67mm high skirtings and architraves, finished with enamel paintwork. Included throughout your T-Range home as standard are 67mm high skirtings and 42mm wide architraves also finished with enamel paintwork. Whether your chosen style is contemporary or rustic, it can be enhanced by selecting a corresponding architrave or skirting. For a clean look, opt for the Double Pencil Round architrave and skirting. For a traditional look, you may want to consider the Replica or Colonial profile.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

 67mm high skirtings  67mm wide architraves

 67mm high skirtings  42mm wide architraves

Double Pencil Round

Australian Colonial

Pencil Round

YOUR OPTIONS

Lambs Tongue

Kingston

Replica

Deco

Half Splayed

Colonial

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FLOOR COVERINGS After a few visits to our Display Homes you have probably shortlisted your favourites when it comes to flooring options. Whether it’s the blonde timber floors of the Nordic theme or stunning porcelain tiles to create a grand entry, your new floor is an important design element in creating your overall home style and theme. Whilst there are a few areas in your home where it is essential that tiles are chosen, (wet areas, bathrooms, ensuite, toilets, laundry, balcony), the remainder of the rooms can be a combination of a few products, for both functionality and aesthetics. Included in your home are ceramic floor tiles from Classic Range to powder room (house specific), laundry, ensuite(s), toilet and bathroom up to 400mm by 400mm and tiled skirtings. Refer to page 129 for information on tiling to wet areas. There are a number of carpet types, fibres and colours for you to choose from. The look and feel of your carpet can be enhanced by your choice of underlay. Several options are available beyond the standard, including underlay with acoustic properties and thicker underlay with a more luxurious feel. Or, you may also want to consider upgrading to timber, bamboo or Karndean vinyl. With so many flooring options to choose from, we recommend that you ask yourself some important questions to ensure you feel confident when making your selections. The design and look you are after, location of the room, expected foot traffic and your family’s lifestyle and budget, are all important considerations. Now is a great time to play with the online Visualiser Tool to experiment with different products and colours.

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YOUR OPTIONS CARPET TYPES

CARPET FIBRE TYPES Loop pile Durable and ideal for heavy traffic areas. It will not show footprint indentations and the tightly packed loops prevent dirt penetrating deep into the pile

Level cut loop Offers a variety of different styles and patterns, it has a lovely textured feel and is great if you’d like to make a feature of your carpet

The type of carpet fibre you select will determine how long your new carpet will maintain its condition. Different fibre types come with different benefits and level of quality.

POLYPROPYLENE Polypropylene is a solution dyed yarn and feels coarser than other fibre types. It is stain resistant and offers good value for money.

POLYESTER Polyester is a solution dyed yarn and feels exceptionally soft to touch. This fibre is stain resistant and offers great colour clarity.

WHITE NYLON White nylon is versatile and has great appearance retention. It offers a large colour range and is durable and resistant.

SOLUTION DYED NYLON (SDN) Twist pile Is hard wearing and will not flatten as much as plush pile. Joins are least visible in this type of carpet

Solution dyed nylon is extremely durable, it is stain and fade resistant and comes in a large range of colours.

WOOL BLEND Wool blend feels soft like wool carpet but is more cost effective and durable due to the 2 fibres being spun together.

WOOL Plush pile Offers a soft luxurious feel and can soften the appearance of a room. This is one of the most traditional styles of carpet

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Wool is a soft and resilient fibre which is naturally stain resistant. This is the only type of carpet which is renewable and biodegradable.


YOUR OPTIONS CARPET UNDERLAY

Classic

Premium

Super Premium

Acoustic (double storey only)

TILE STYLES

Marble look

BAMBOO

Stone look

Textured look

TIMBER TYPES

Laminate

Large format

Bamboo

LUXURY VINYL

Engineered Australian Species

Engineered Oak

Karndean

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INTERNAL DOORS Internal doors are often an after-thought, considered a function rather than a decorative feature. Take the opportunity to complete your personal style by considering your options from our extensive internal door upgrade range. Flush panel doors are included as standard throughout your new home (including bedrooms) and will be the same colour as your architraves and skirtings.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Flush Panel

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YOUR OPTIONS

INF 4G

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STA

ATH

CMB

ROC

BAL 1

DECO 1S

DECO 2S

DECO 3S

DECO 4S

MODG 2


YOUR OPTIONS

BAL 2

BAL 4

PMADIN 101

PMADIN 104

PMADIN 04

MADIN 4

MODG 3

MODG 4

MODG 5

MODG 6

WIN 21 (Suitable for paint or stain)

Double doors*

*Any two doors can be placed together to create stylish double doors.

PREF 1

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INTERNAL DOOR FURNITURE Your internal door handles and hardware are an extension of your chosen décor style and provide the finishing touch to bring your theme together. Included as standard to your internal doors is a choice of any six levers, allowing you to perfectly complement any home style. You can also choose to add doorstops as an upgrade option, preventing the levers from damaging your walls and fixtures. All levers are available with an additional privacy feature.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

YOUR OPTIONS

Summit lever

Spire lever

A300 doorstop

A310 doorstop

Element lever

Glide lever

A320 doorstop

A330 doorstop

Hakea lever

Saltbush lever

White cushion 65mm long doorstop

Privacy feature

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HANDRAIL

STAIRCASE While the staircase performs a necessary function, it can also become a stunning focal point and a signature element in your new home. A number of components combine to create a beautiful staircase and design statement, such as handrail, baluster, step types and more. For all the double storey designs, the craftsman enclosed customwood staircase with painted or stained newel post is included.

BALUSTER

STRINGER

The standard design includes black round balusters placed vertically leading up the staircase. A visit to our Display Homes will provide an abundance of inspiration for upgrade options. These include balusters in steel, natural timber or glass. For Affinity homes, you also have the option to upgrade to a full natural timber stained staircase.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS Craftsman customwood staircase 

YOUR OPTIONS BALUSTERS

14mm black wrought iron baluster OR 12mm square wrought iron baluster Painted or stained newel post (house specific) Feature stained natural timber handrail T  wo large stained natural timber bottom treads with carpeted treads to remainder Stained natural timber capping to exposed stringer(s) Closed risers Flat wrought iron blade baluster

Stainless steel baluster

Glass baluster (Affinity only)

32mm square kiln-dried hardwood baluster

HANDRAIL D  ouble handrail (Affinity only and house specific)

RISERS O  pen risers (Affinity only and house specific)

Drop-down handrail

TREADS F  ull kiln-dried hardwood staircase (Affinity only)

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ROBES AND LINEN One of the most exciting parts of building your own home is finally having all of the things you’ve always wanted – like a walk-in robe! Included as standard are white melamine shelves to the robes and linen cupboards. For selected Affinity homes, included as standard is a feature walk-in robe fit out in a choice of laminate colours with additional shelving. Throughout your home you will receive an abundance of storage space so clutter will never be a problem again. Everything will have its place so that your new home will always look clean and tidy. You can upgrade to include additional robe fitout features as well as a selection of glamorous sliding door types.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS ROBES 

YOUR OPTIONS Colorboard built in robe towers, white melamine also available

White melamine shelves with chrome hanging rails to robes

Gloss vinyl framed sliding doors

F  eature walk-in robe fit out in a choice of laminate colours with additional shelving and hanging rails (Affinity only and house specific) or walk-behind robe with mirrored sliding doors, melamine shelving and hanging rail (house specific)

Velour finish frameless sliding doors Painted glass sliding doors Quickslide flush panel sliding doors Mirrored sliding doors

LINEN Four white melamine shelves to linen cupboards Flush panel hinged doors to enclose linen

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YOUR OPTIONS POPULAR COLORBOARD COLOURS

Warm White

Black

Brushed Nickel

Deep Anthracite

Doe Skin

Gentle Beige

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YOUR OPTIONS

Prestige Walnut

Rock Salt

Seal Grey

Urban Wood

Charred Woodline

Straight Grain Wenge

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FIREPLACES Fireplaces can create a lovely warm ambience and a dramatic focal point in a room. The warm glow adds an additional lighting aspect to a living room and provides a style anchor for the remainder of your décor and furniture pieces. For a classic yet stylish look, opt for a square fireplace with black surround that will deliver the ultimate in visual appeal. You also have the flexibility to add a luna mantle which not only acts as a beautiful frame for your fireplace, but also gives you extra space to display your favourite ornaments. Or, for an ultra modern and streamlined look, you can opt for a rectangular or double-sided fireplace to ensure that your fireplace is the centrepiece of your new home. The different available textures of the fireplace surrounds, size variations and colour schemes means there is a product to suit most home styles. However, fireplaces are not suitable to all house types and locations. Your Interior Designer will let you know where a fireplace would be suitable in your chosen home design.

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YOUR OPTIONS

Black surround

Stainless steel surround

Luna mantle

Rectangular

Double-sided fireplace (house specific)

Regent 15 stone surround

Mezzo 1600 fireplace

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KITCHEN BENCHTOPS The kitchen is the heart of the home, a place where the family gathers for meals and friends get together over coffee. Regardless of our lifestyle, a lot happens in this hub of the home, which means taking the time to carefully plan how you and your family will live in this space. How will you entertain friends? Where will the main meals be eaten? Where are the views and natural light sources?

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS LAMINATE BENCHTOP

Paperbark

Polar White

Domain

Espresso Ligna

Oyster Linea

Pure Mineralstone

Milano Walnut

Seasoned Oak

Antarctic Stone

Espresso Feldspar

Limestone

Mineral Harmony

Moose

New Ash Dust

Peacestone

Platinum Micro

Licorice Linea

YOUR OPTIONS SQUAREFORM LAMINATE BENCHTOP Natural Quartz

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YOUR OPTIONS Category

Category

1

2

Ocean Foam

Linen

Nimbus

Crème Brule

Buttermilk

Shitake

Atlantic Salt

White Shimmer

Wild Rice

Walnut

Urban

Clamshell

Oyster

Raven

Ivory

Jet Black

Ginger

Osprey

Wild Rocks

Raw Concrete

Sleek Concrete

Nordic Loft

Ice Snow

Almond Rocca

Night Sky

Fresh Concrete

Snow

Organic White

Nougat

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YOUR OPTIONS Category

Category

3

Pure White

4 Frosty Carrina

London Grey

Symphony Grey

Calacatta Nuvo

Statuario Maximus

Alpine Mist

Dreamy Marfil

Bianco Drift

White Attica

Piatra Grey

Emperadoro

Vanilla Noir

Georgian Bluffs

Taj Royale

Tuscan Dawn

Cosmopolitan White

Nobel Grey

Statuario Nuvo

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OVERHEAD CUPBOARD

OPEN SHELF

KITCHEN CABINETRY Kitchen storage configurations and the door and drawer finishes need to suit your requirements and style preferences. Think about your frequently used items and how and where they might be stored, you may consider changing some cupboard areas into drawers. What are some of your current storage problems and how can you avoid the same issues? Handle-less push to open drawers are a popular choice to create a streamlined style. Soft-close drawers are also available and allow you to create a seamless and highly functional kitchen.

WINE RACK

PERSPEX© DOOR

LAMINATE DOOR

By incorporating cargo bins, tea towel racks and storage racks into your cabinetry, you can further customise your kitchen and make life easier. If you’re a budding chef, you also have the option to add pot drawers to store your larger pots and cooking equipment. You can also opt for open shelves to showcase your favourite crockery and ornaments. Other things to consider include edge profiles, waterfall panels and shadowlines. With so many options to choose from it’s a good idea to check out cabinetry in the online Visualiser Tool to find the right combination to fit your kitchen ideas.

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POT DRAWER

MICROWAVE SPACE


CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

YOUR OPTIONS SELECTION OF FINISHES

L  aminate panels, doors with Laminex® ABS edging and 16mm end panels to island bench F  ull-width laminate overhead cupboards including up to 4 feature aluminium-framed Perspex© doors (house specific) L  aminate microwave space L  aminate open shelf and wine rack above fridge space Silk

Nuance

Crystal

Vinyl

2 Pac - Colour Tech (Selected Range)

Timber Veneer (Selected Range)

L  aminate panels, doors with Laminex® ABS edging and 16mm end panels to island bench 

F  ull-width laminate overhead cupboards including up to 4 feature 19mm square aluminium-framed Perspex© doors (house specific) L  aminate microwave space

YOUR OPTIONS Rubbish bins

S  oft close cabinetry doors

T  ea towel racks

P  ot drawers

S  torage racks

S  oft-close drawers

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CABINETRY HANDLES Handles are the finishing touch to your cabinets and have a big influence on the overall feel of your room. When choosing your handles there are many factors to consider; do they suit the style of the room and are they functional. We have a vast range of handle finishes and designs to choose from so we will be sure to have something that ticks all of your boxes.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS POPULAR STYLES Category

1

 124.02.310 40mm and 124.02.320 70mm

 109.86.007 296mm and 109.86.009 406mm

112.72.240 60mm and 112.72.940 60mm

112.90.042 140mm and 112.90.045 236mm

 115.40.003 172mm and 115.40.007 300mm

1 10.34.279 256mm and 110.34.679 256mm

1 12.90.214 217mm and 112.90.914 217mm

115.40.005 224mm and 115.40.039 352mm

1 12.60.245 241mm and 112.60.945 241mm

YOUR OPTIONS POPULAR STYLES Category

2

110.34.355 172mm and 110.34.357 204mm

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KITCHEN SPLASHBACKS Clear glass or tiled splashbacks to the rear of the cooktop add a distinct designer feature to the kitchen zone. Individually created from toughened grade A safety glass, glass splashbacks are available in any size and in a vast range of colours. Clear glass splashbacks have a green tinge, while Low Iron glass splashbacks have a reduced iron content resulting in slightly less of a green tinge. Different glass treatments and tiled options are available to consider as an upgrade. Importantly, your splashback is a key component of your kitchen décor and needs to complement other colour features and elements. For this reason, now is a good time to switch to the online Visualiser Tool to find a splashback style to suit your planned kitchen theme.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Included as standard to your Affinity home is a classic tiled splashback or a clear glass splashback

Included as standard to your T-Range home is a classic tiled splashback

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS POPULAR CLEAR GLASS COLOURS

White on Clear

Black

Blind Date

Donkey Brown

Malay Grey

Mocha Magic

Ploughed Earth

Puppy

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YOUR OPTIONS POPULAR LOW IRON GLASS COLOURS

Natural White

Lexicon

Soft Dove

Haast

Beige Royal

Bright Silver Metallic

Harold Metallic

Orangeade Metallic

Pookie Bear Metallic

Hexagon look

Marble look

Stone look

Mosaic look

POPULAR METALLIC GLASS COLOURS

Black Metallic

POPULAR TILED STYLES

Subway look

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KITCHEN SINKS Contemporary and functional, your stainless steel double bowl sink is included as standard in your new home. For larger families, or for the budding gourmet chef, there are also a variety of upgrade options including different sizes and configurations. If you are looking for a more streamlined and integrated look, consider an undermount sink to complement a Caesarstone benchtop.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Oliveri Endeavour double bowl topmount sink

YOUR OPTIONS

Clark Monaco 1 & 3/4 bowl

Everhard Squareline 1180 double bowl topmount sink

Mercer Cook CK102 double bowl undermount sink

Oliveri MO70U undermount sink

Technika TSF202 undermount sink

 Technika TSF101S undermount sink

Clark Quattro double-end bowl topmount sink

Model 56+ insinkerator

Model 66+ insinkerator

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KITCHEN TAPWARE Design is often in the detail and choosing the right tapware can enhance the overall look of your kitchen. Included in your new home as standard is the latest in European design with modern, stylish, contemporary and classic choices.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Alder Alto Gooseneck hob mixer

Alder Alto Upsweep mixer

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Alder Alto rectangular mixer


YOUR OPTIONS

Vito Bertoni Taya sink mixer

Vito Bertoni Nuova Visivo mixer

Phoenix Argo Gooseneck mixer

Phoenix Radii sink mixer

Phoenix Argo Squareline mixer

Phoenix Vivid Pullout mixer

Phoenix Rush sink mixer

Methven Minimalistic Gooseneck mixer

Methven Spring Pull Down mixer

Phoenix Vivid slimline mixer

Phoenix Prize mixer

Phoenix Vezz mixer

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KITCHEN APPLIANCES Kitchen appliances need to be functional, reliable and attractive in design. These are tools that the whole family will use everyday so it’s important to make sure you choose the best option to suit your needs. Included as standard in your new home is a 900mm stainless steel Technika cooker and rangehood, but there are also many more options for you to consider. Explore the extensive range of high quality appliances and products to create the kitchen of your dreams.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS &

 echnikaTU950TME8 T 900mm-wide, stainless steel multifunction upright cooker with wok burner

Technika FHEE26A95-2 900mm-wide, stainless steel glass canopy rangehood

TechnikaTT948SS-5 900mm-wide, stainless steel electric fully programmable multifunction oven

Technika D6900SS-2 900mm-wide, stainless steel canopy rangehood

with Technika H950STXPRO 900mm-wide, gas cooktop with stainless steel centre wok burner and electronic ignition

Technika B9GEFTSSC 900mm-wide, dual fuel upright cooker

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YOUR OPTIONS POPULAR APPLIANCES

Fisher & Paykel OR90SDBGFX3 freestanding cooker

Ilve CJK90CSV-19 freestanding cooker

Smeg IS7099 X90 rangehood

Technika FHEE229SC9S rangehood

Smeg SA9065XS freestanding cooker

Technika H950STBGPRO cooktop

Technika FHEEA98A9S rangehood

Technika FHEE22A9S rangehood

Ilve ILO990X underbench oven

 echnika TGC9IND T induction cooktop

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Ilve ILGP96X cooktop

 isher & Paykel HC90DCXB1 F rangehood

Smeg K181X90 rangehood


YOUR OPTIONS

Smeg K24X90 rangehood

Technika TTDT910-1 underbench oven

Technika TDX7SS dishwasher

Technika TDX6SS-3 dishwasher

Smeg SA37X microwave

Bertazzoni M45CAFX coffee machine

Smeg DWA314X dishwasher

Ilve IVFSD60 dishwasher

Fisher & Paykel DD60SCX7 single drawer dishwasher

Technika TDX8SS-2 dishwasher (also available as fully integrated option)

Technika 600mm side-by-side ovens

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TILING Tiles form a huge part of the overall style of your home. There are many different styles which can be used over a range of different areas. From your large format tiles which cover expansive areas to your bathroom feature walls or tiled niches. Not only do you need to consider the style you’re after, you should consider what material and finish is best for you.

VANITY WALL TILES

Porcelain is a fantastic, tough and very durable product that makes an ideal floor surface. It is easy to live with, easy to clean and maintain and will look brilliant for many, many years. Normal porcelain tiles are used in very high traffic area or areas where anti-skid properties are important. They can be made in matt or textured. Glazed porcelain tiles are the most popular type of porcelain tiles and are made by using a decorative and super hard wearing glaze (which can be matt or gloss) over the porcelain base. Polished porcelain is simply normal porcelain which has been polished. Ceramic tiles are one of the most practical building materials ever made. They are very durable; dent, scratch, and stain-resistant and very easy to clean. Ceramic tiles are always glazed as they are fired at a lower temperature than porcelain. They can be either monocottura (single fired), where the glaze is applied before the initial firing; or bicottura (double firing), where the tile biscuit is fired, and possibly decorated, before the glaze is applied for a second firing. In your Carlisle home, tiling is included as a standard feature in wet areas only. These areas include, laundry, toilets, bathrooms, ensuites and powder rooms. To explore the vast range of options and create different colour palettes, refer to the online Visualiser Tool.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS C  eramic floor tiles to powder room (house specific), laundry, ensuite(s), toilet (water closet) and bathroom, selected from the Carlisle Classic Range size up to 400mm x 400mm W  all tiling to wet areas (As per plans)

FEATURE WALL

T  iled skirtings to wet areas

WALL TILE

TILED WASTE OUTLET

Ceramic tiles

YOUR OPTIONS

TILED SHOWER BASE

A  dditional tiling to remainder of home  ifferent shapes and styles such as timber look D and stone look

Different tile areas such as tiled niches and feature walls Porcelain tiles in range of styles and sizes Floor to ceiling tiles

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VANITY DESIGN Choosing the right vanity design can make your morning ritual a lot more enjoyable. The function and practicality is just as important as style and finishes so there are many things to consider when deciding on what design will work best for you. What kind of benchtop do you want, what kind of finish are you after, how much storage do you need? You will also need to decide whether you would prefer an overhang edge or thicker benchtop, or whether shadowline is more your style. As standard in your new home you will receive laminate benchtops. For that extra touch of sophistication, there are also upgrade options to choose from including Caesarstone benchtops and additional shelves or storage.

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YOUR OPTIONS &

ENSUITE

32mm laminate benchtop with 20mm overhang and towel storage

32mm laminate benchtop with 20mm overhang and 3 open shelves/drawers

20mm Caesarstone benchtop with 16mm shadowline and 60mm edging and drop down side

20mm Caesarstone benchtop with 16mm shadowline with feature hob extension

20mm thick Caesarstone benchtop with 100mm shadowline

32mm laminate benchtop with 80mm edge

20mm Caesarstone benchtop with 80mm edge and 80mm shadowline

32mm thick laminate benchtop with 60mm edge and 16mm shadowline

Laminate floating unit with 32mm laminate benchtop, 20mm overhang and towel storage

ENSUITE

Laminate floating unit with 32mm laminate benchtop and 20mm overhang

& BATHROOM

Laminate floating unit with 32mm laminate benchtop and 20mm overhang

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VANITY BASINS A stylish and contemporary vanity basin will give your bathroom a seamless finish. Our standard offering includes a choice of three china hand basin designs. We also offer a range of optional upgrade basins, all with different styles and functionality. Basins can be mounted on the countertop or suspended underbench, otherwise known as undermount sinks. Undermount sinks are only available with Caesarstone benchtops. Some basins have an integrated tap landing and others are a vessel style. Vessel style basins will require an extended mixer or tap.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Raymor Amethyst square inset basin

Raymor Amethyst medium countertop

Raymor Topaz round countertop basin

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YOUR OPTIONS

Caroma Basa counter basin

Caroma Track counter basin

RF Essence 480 above counter basin

Seima Gyali basin (Affinity only)

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Caroma Contura 530 basin


YOUR OPTIONS

Fienza Madison counter basin

Seima Plati Classic rectangular undermount basin (Caesarstone only) (Affinity only)

Raymor Pearl countertop basin

RF Karisma above counter basin

Villeroy & Boch Loop and Friends 405mm undermount basin (Caesarstone only) (Affinity only)

Villeroy & Boch Loop and Friends 380mm square countertop basin (Affinity only)

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BATHS AND SPAS Complete the pamper theme in the master ensuite with the ultimate in luxury spas. Included as standard, your new bathroom includes a designer acrylic bath perfect for a growing family. There are also a range of upgrade options to choose from including freestanding baths. For selected Affinity ensuites, included as standard is a designer rectangular spa with chrome jets and hot pump.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Decina Carina bath (bathroom)

Decina Carina bath

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Decina Lago rectangular luxury spa (house specific ensuites)


YOUR OPTIONS

ACCESSORIES O  ptional headrest to spas.

Decina Westin freestanding bath (house specific)

Decina Cool freestanding bath (house specific)

Spa version of Decina Carina bath (8 jets or 6+4 jets)

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VANITY, SPA AND BATH TAPWARE Choosing the tapware for your bathroom and ensuite should enhance the design and style and complement the vanity and bath elements. Included in your new home as standard is the latest in European design with modern, stylish, contemporary and classic choices.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS BASIN

BATH

Alder Alto basin and Nuova shower mixers

Vito Bertoni Kali basin mixer and shower mixer

Alder Alto basin and Nuova shower mixers

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Vito Bertoni Nuova wall mounted bath spout and mixer (with backplate)

Vito Bertoni Nuova wall mounted bath spout and mixer (no backplate)

Vito Bertoni Kali bath mixer with backplate


YOUR OPTIONS

Vito Bertoni Nuova mixers

Phoenix Rush mixers

Vito Bertoni Taya mixers

Phoenix Radii mixers

Vito Bertoni Café side mixer

Vito Bertoni Kali mixers (T-Range only)

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SHOWER FITTINGS Continuing the luxury theme throughout the bathroom and ensuite, the standard shower frames are semi-frameless. You can also upgrade to a fully frameless option or a suspended roller sliding door. Showers are complete with microphone outlet and sliderails for bathrooms and ensuites in Affinity homes. For T-Range homes, you’ll receive a microphone outlet and slide rail to the ensuite and a Euro showerhead to the bathroom. Other shower options are displayed in our active shower wall at Spectra, including the latest black powdercoat finishes.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Vito Bertoni Moda round slide rail with microphone shower head to ensuite and bathroom

 ito Bertoni Moda round slide rail with V microphone shower head to ensuite

Euro shower head to bathroom

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YOUR OPTIONS Vito Bertoni Fresco round rail with soap dish and round shower head

Vito Bertoni Aquazone rectangular shower rail with hand-held microphone outlet

Vito Bertoni Eco rail with hand held microphone outlet and round shower dumper with diverter

Vito Bertoni Eco rail with hand-held microphone outlet and rectangular shower dumper with diverter

Methven Rere Exposure shower rail with diverter and soap dish

Phoenix Vivid V685MB shower rail with soap dish

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YOUR OPTIONS Grohe Tempesta Cosmopolitan II shower rail and outlet

Methven Kiri Hi Rise shower head with Satinjet spray

Methven Kiri shower rail with Satinjet spray and soap dish

Vito Bertoni Taya Excite black shower rail

 aroma Essence Multi C rail and round shower head

Phoenix Lexi Twin shower outlet with rectangular hand held microphone outlet and square shower dumper with diverter

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TOILETS Included as standard to your new home is a close-coupled toilet suite with soft-close seat. You also have the latest in designer upgrade options to choose from, including wall-faced suits and in-wall cistern suites.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

Adesso Classic close-coupled toilet suite with soft close seat

YOUR OPTIONS

Raymor Edge wall face toilet suite

Everhard Virtue wall face toilet suite

Argent Galaxy vitreous china close-coupled toilet suite

 rgent Galaxy wall face toilet suite, with in-wall A cistern (Affinity powder rooms only)

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LAUNDRY CABINETRY While it is definitely not the most glamourous of rooms, the laundry can become the epicentre of household functionality. Take the time to consider how to plan your storage facilities and other design considerations. Your laundry comes standard with a 45 litre stainless steel trough built into a laminate cupboard with square edge benchtop. There are also upgrades to consider including benchtop extension and broom cupboard for additional storage.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

4  5 litre stainless steel trough built into 1350mm wide laminate cupboard O  verhead cupboards L  aminate base cupboards with square edge laminate benchtop

4  5 litre stainless steel trough built into 800mm wide laminate cupboard with square edge benchtop

YOUR OPTIONS UPGRADES F  ull length cupboard and benchtop extension B  room cupboard with fixed shelf C  aesarstone benchtop with undermount sink

FINISHES S  ilk

C  rystal

2  Pac

R  iven

V  inyl

T  imber Veneer

N  uance Refer to kitchen cabinetry on page 111 for selection of finishes.

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ELECTRICAL ZONE Our Spectra Selection Centre offers a unique place to discover modern technology for the home – all under one roof. Explore a huge range of products including decorative pendants, ducted vacuums, security systems and even seamless data solutions. We have an array of options to enhance your everyday life.

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DECORATIVE PENDANTS EXTERIOR WALL LIGHTS INTERIOR WALL LIGHTS STEP LIGHTS DOWNLIGHTS STRIP LIGHTING

HOME SECURITY

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ALARM SYSTEMS CAMERA SYSTEMS HOME AUTOMATION

POWERPOINTS  AND SWITCHES

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LIGHT SWITCHES POWERPOINTS

AUXILIARY ELECTRICAL

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HOME THEATRE CEILING FANS DUCTED VACUUM

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LIGHTING Lighting is an important aspect of your home, it affects your comfort, energy costs and can completely change the ambience of a room. Think about each individual room of your home both from a practical, and design perspective and the types of activities you will perform in each room. There are three basic types of lighting for you to consider: general lighting, task lighting and accent lighting. General lighting provides an overall light that radiates a comfortable level of brightness. Task lighting helps you perform specific tasks, like reading, preparing food and doing homework, while accent lighting creates visual interest and is commonly used to highlight features like artwork or outdoor landscaping. Most rooms will need more than just one type of lighting. For example, task lighting is best for the kitchen but you may also opt for something that creates visual appeal like decorative pendants over your kitchen bench or strip lighting at the bottom of your cupboards. The external lighting of your home should also be carefully considered. As well as creating a stunning street presence at night, there are security and safety advantages to a well lit home.

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YOUR OPTIONS

Ceiling batten lights including energy-saving globes and shades.

DECORATIVE PENDANTS

STEP LIGHTS

An emerging trend that suits all budgets is the use of pendant lighting as an illuminating decoration. As the central hub of the home, the kitchen can be further defined by pendants spaced over the island bench. A striking look can be created by clustering an odd number of pendants at different drop heights and possibly even different styles, in a corner of a sitting room or over a table. Smaller pendants can even look effective in bedroom areas over side tables instead of traditional lamps.

Create a stunning architectural feature with LED step lights recessed into the wall. The perfect mood lighting effect and night light to create a safe environment for your children.

Compact fluorescent 15W globe

Choose the contemporary yet somewhat classical look of downlights throughout living areas or your entire home. LED and fluorescent energy saving options are available to enhance the green footprint of your home.

EXTERIOR WALL LIGHTS Be welcomed to the amazing home you created with an illuminated facade. External lights serve both as a designer feature to complete your individual streetscape and functional element to light up access areas after dark.

INTERIOR WALL LIGHTS

Light shade

DOWNLIGHTS

STRIP LIGHTING A stunning mood lighting effect can be achieved with strip LED lights running along the kickers at the bottom of the cupboards or under overhead cabinetry. This form of LED lighting is ideal for enclosed spaces such as in pelmets, along splashbacks and in home theatres due to its low production of heat.

Think beyond the usual downlights and consider some feature wall lighting along hallways and voids to create an interesting new aspect or to highlight artwork. Feature bedside lights have become a popular choice in sleep zones or recessed products in study nooks.

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YOUR OPTIONS DECORATIVE PENDANTS

EXTERIOR WALL LIGHTS

Tem White pendant

Marva White pendant

LED Single spot light

Brugge Charcoal wall light

Macy Black pendant

Timo Black pendant

Plymouth Black wall light

Hanover Silver wall light

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YOUR OPTIONS STEP LIGHTS

INTERIOR WALL LIGHTS

Mini round steplight

White rectangular steplight

Mini square steplight

White (9W and 13W LED) downlight

Satin chrome (13W LED) downlight

DOWNLIGHTS

Lotus Cool White wall light

Sendo wall light

 rushed chrome B (9W LED) downlight

STRIP LIGHTING

Palmera LED wall light

Madras wall light

LED strip light

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HOME SECURITY The security of your home is paramount when creating a safe haven for your family. There is a diverse range of home alarm systems available to choose from to suit all house types and lifestyle needs. Don’t just think about what you need now, consider your future plans to ensure your chosen system is scalable to grow with you. For additional security you have the option to add a fly door to some external doors, there is also a range of locks to choose from. Extend your home security by including a camera and DVD recorder pack with access points throughout your home. Bring your home to life by adding a home automation system. You have the option to upgrade to the Honeywell Tuxedo-Z Wave 3 which will give you the capability to control your security and home control functions, view and record video, or even use voice commands. There are additional add on features you can choose as well like automated lighting control and remote appliance control. This can all be done remotely using your smartphone, PC or tablet!

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YOUR OPTIONS CAMERA SYSTEMS

ALARM SYSTEMS

 aradox PDX-SP5500 10 zone panel P with LED keypad

 aradox PDX-SP5500 10 zone panel P with LCD keypad

 igital camera and D recorder pack  aradox PDX-SP5500 10 zone panel P with 5-inch touchscreen keypad

 aradox PDX-REM2 remote P Fob 4 button

HOME AUTOMATION

 ills Kocom internal video intercom H monitor with vandal proof colour camera and chime  oneywell Tuxedo-Z Wave 3 Home H automation system

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POWERPOINTS AND SWITCHES It’s the finer details in a home that really make a difference and with a range of modern and stylish switches to choose from, you can make sure every part of your home is perfect. While your new home includes power points, it makes sense to take the time to think about how you will use each room now and into the future to decide if additional outlets are required. Consider which rooms you will watch TV in, what appliances you will have in the kitchen and where the kids might do homework. An extra power point installed during construction will save time and money compared to having it organised at a later stage. Also consider where you could use powerpoints with built-in usb chargers. Included as standard are double powerpoints throughout your home and single powerpoints to microwave and provisions.

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CARLISLE INCLUSIONS

YOUR OPTIONS

Classic light switch

Classic Slimline light switch

Saturn Series Espresso Black light switch

Classic single powerpoint to microwave and dishwasher provisions

Saturn Series Espresso Black light switch

Saturn Series Ocean Mist light switch

Classic double powerpoint

Saturn Series Pure White light switch

Saturn Series Pure White light switch

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YOUR OPTIONS

Classic Series powerpoint

Classic Series powerpoint

Saturn Series Espresso Black powerpoint

Saturn Series Espresso Black powerpoint

Saturn Series Ocean Mist powerpoint

Saturn Series Pure White powerpoint

Slimline Series ZE-1 powerpoint

Weatherproof outdoor power outlet

Slimline Series ZE-1 powerpoint

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AUXILIARY ELECTRICAL Electrical and auxiliary systems are now part of everyday life. Whether for entertainment purposes, practicality or comfort, there are some key items you should consider. A home theatre is often seen as a luxury and usually left until after people move in, but there are some very affordable options available that won’t break the budget. A professionally installed system with hidden wiring and wall-mounted TV or projector systems can give you hours of entertainment as well as potentially increasing the re-sale value of your home. If you want provision for a future home theatre system, consider a pre-wiring pack to achieve a professional wireless appearance. Circulate the air on a warm evening or disperse cooking smells that may have become trapped in sleeping zones with the addition of ceiling fans. Make the most of your alfresco and outdoor living with a ceiling fan, keep the cool breeze flowing and the insects at bay. No longer a luxury item, ducted vacuum systems are now a feasible home feature for all budgets. Replace the need for costly and cumbersome vacuums and consider a ducted system to efficiently clean your whole house. Rather than re-circulate dust particles into the air like traditional vacuums, a ducted system can maintain optimum air quality by removing the dirt and debris completely from the home through ducts with outlets in rooms. SELECTION GUIDE 2016 – ELECTRICAL ZONE


YOUR OPTIONS CEILING FANS

Harmony ceiling fan

Launceston ceiling fan

DUCTED VACUUM

EVS 2606 ducted vacuum system (single storey)

EVS 2808 ducted vacuum system (double storey)

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OUR LOYAL SUPPLIERS A& L Windows

alwindows.com.au

Aluminium Windows and Doors

Alder Tapware

aldertapware.com.au

Tapware

Argus Technologies

argustechnologies.com.au

Ducted Vacuum and Security Alarms

Austral

australbricks.com.au

Bricks

Brivis Heating

brivis.com.au

Heaters and Coolers

Beaumont Tiles

beaumont-tiles.com.au

Wall and Floor Tiles

Boral

boral.com.au

Bricks

Carpert Call

carpertcall.com.au

Carpets and Flooring

Caesarstone

caesarstone.com.au

Benchtops

Caroma

caroma.com.au

Sanitary Ware

Clark

clark.com.au

Kitchen Sinks and Laundry Tubs

Clean & Secure

Ducted Vacuum and Security Alarms

Crimewatch

crimewatch.com.au

Security

Corinthian

corinthian.com.au

Timber Doors and Bi-fold Doors

Crystal Interior Concepts

crystal-ic.com.au

Showers / Shelving / Mirrors / Splashbacks

CSR Bradford

bradfordinsulation.com.au

Insulation

CSR Monier

monier.com.au

Roof Tiles

Dandy Air

Air Conditioning / Ducted Heating

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Decina

decina.com.au

Spas and Baths

Dual Heating

dualheating.com.au

Air Conditioning /Ducted Heating

Dynamic Garage Doors

dynamicdoorservice.com.au

Garage Doors and Remotes

Grohe

argentaust.com.au

Basin and Tapware

Hafele

hafele.com.au

Kitchen Accessories

Hettich

hettich

Cabinetry Hardware

Insinkerator

insinkerator.com.au

Food Waste Disposers

Jetmaster

jetmaster.com.au

Gas Log Fires

Laminex

laminex.com.au

Decorative Surfaces

Lockwood

lockweb.com.au

Door Hardware

Flooring Extra

flooringextra.com.au

Carpets and Flooring

Major Carpets

majorcarpets.com.au

Carpets and Flooring

Methven

methven.com.au

Tapware

Phoenix

phoenixtapware.com.au

Tapware

Rinnai

rinnai.com.au

Hot Water Systems

SMEG

smeg.com.au

Appliances

Stegbar

stegbar.com.au

Timber Doors and Windows

Tankworks

tankworks.com.au

Rain Water Tanks

Technika

technika.com.au

Appliances

TermGuard

termguardmelbourne.com.au

Termite Protection

Victory Blinds

victoryblinds.com.au

Curtains and Blinds

Villeroy & Boch

argentaust.com.au

Basin and Tapware

Vito Bertoni

aldertapware.com.au

Tapware

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REFER A FRIEND & RECEIVE $500 Simply refer a friend or family member to build their home with Carlisle and be rewarded! 1. Ask your Client Liaison Executive for the referral form and fill in your details.

Note: You must be an existing or previous client of Carlisle Homes to be eligible to claim a referral reward.

2. Remind your friend or family member to bring the Referral Form with them when they meet with their Client Liaison Executive.

To find out more about refer a friend, speak to your Client Liaison Executive.

3. When their new home moves to site start stage, we will hand over a cheque to you for $500.

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COLOUR BROWSE SELECTIONS The Colour Browse Selections outline the breakdown of choices that you will make throughout your Spectra journey. Moving through each of the zones of your new home one at a time, this list gives you the opportunity to holistically plan, select and consider your colour selections in the lead up to your appointments at Spectra. There are many important decisions to make, however, we suggest that you use this breakdown to plan ahead and create the look and style that you’re after. EXTERNAL ITEM

1ST CHOICE

Bricks Bricks (Second Selection) Argus Technologies Austral Brivis Heating Mortar Roof Tiles / Colorbond® Garage Door Profile / Colour Gutters / Fascias / Downpipes

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EXTERNAL ITEM

1ST CHOICE

2ND CHOICE

1ST CHOICE

2ND CHOICE

1ST CHOICE

2ND CHOICE

Aluminium Windows Timber Windows Front Door Style / Glazing Front Door Colour Cladding Render (Selection 1) (if applicable) Render (Selection 2) (if applicable)

INTERNAL ITEM Ceiling Cornice Internal Walls Architrave / Skirting / Doors Architrave / Skirting Profile

EXTERNAL / INTERNAL FIXTURE & FITTINGS ITEM External Handles Internal Handles Cabinet Handles Robe Handles Basins

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COLOUR BROWSE SELECTIONS FLOORING KITCHEN ITEM

1ST CHOICE

2ND CHOICE

1ST CHOICE

2ND CHOICE

Floor Tiles Carpet Laminate Timber Flooring Benchtop Cabinets Overhead Cabinets Perspex Doors Glass Splashback

ENSUITE ITEM Benchtop Cabinets Vanity Wall Tiles Shower Wall Tiles Bath Hob Tile Floor Tile

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BATHROOM ITEM

1ST CHOICE

2ND CHOICE

1ST CHOICE

2ND CHOICE

1ST CHOICE

2ND CHOICE

1ST CHOICE

2ND CHOICE

Benchtop Cabinets Vanity Wall Tiles Shower Wall Tiles Bath Hob Tile Floor Tile

POWDER ROOM ITEM Benchtop Wall Tile Floor Tile

LAUNDRY ITEM Benchtop Cabinets Wall Tile Floor Tile

MISC. ITEM

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NOTES

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NOTES

The information contained in this Guide is for general information purposes only. The information is provided by Carlisle Homes and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representation or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the information, products, services, or related graphics contained in the Guide for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is there strictly at your own risk. Carlisle Homes has no control over the availability of products or services provided by a third party. Where a product or service is unavailable or discontinued, Carlisle Homes will provide an equivalent product or service at its sole discretion. Carlisle Homes has attempted to be as accurate as possible in describing the products. However, Carlisle Homes does not warrant that product descriptions are accurate, complete, reliable, current, or error-free. If a product offered by Carlisle Homes itself is not as described, your sole remedy is to return it in an used condition. All intellectual property rights and copyright in this Guide are owned by Carlisle Homes absolutely. Reproduction in any form either in whole or part is forbidden. Images are for illustrative purposes only and may depict upgrade options. Some photographs may also depict features not supplied by Carlisle including, but not limited to landscaping, window furnishings, fireplaces, wall furnishes and finishes, cladding, in built joinery, decorative lighting, decor and furniture. Š 2016 Carlisle Homes PTY LTD.

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