Royal Davui Fiji
Royal Davui Island Resort is an exclusive adults-only sanctuary situated in Fiji’s spectacular Beqa Lagoon.
“Barefoot Fijian Luxury at it’s finest”
Bula Vinaka! – Welcome to Royal Davui Island Resort Fiji
This amazing resort also shares a love of Beach Abode Living Outdoor Cushions because they are UV, Water and Mildew Resistant. They add colour and a relaxing feel to any outdoor area. Bring a little bit of FIJI style living to your home.
Enjoy Tropical Island Resort Style Living and shop for tropical cushions and floral cushions or cushion covers online today!
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Beach Abode Living – “Colour In Your Outdoors”
Rarotonga Daydreamer Resort – Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Located on the main Island Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Rarotonga is a quiet, friendly, beautiful place that simply commands you to relax. There are no shopping malls here! Only the town markets on a Sunday offering unique local handmade goodies and if you fancy adventuring, the bus will pick you up anywhere along the circular route (one that goes clockwise and another that goes anticlockwise) and you can jump off at regular intervals to explore the many secluded beaches and waterfalls it offers.
Beach houses here are cool. They are not fancy or precious. They are practical and authentic. Outdoor areas are surrounded by tropical plants and flowers. Even though it is a simple life in the Cook Islands, the consistent warm weather and breathtaking surroundings make it impossible not to love.
Outdoor living is an integral part of Cook Island living. Its not uncommon to have an outdoor shower or bath as well! Isn’t this beautiful.
Strolling along the beach at Rarotonga, you’ll be forgiven for mistaking this place for Heaven. The protected lagoon is teaming with hundreds of tropical fish and you can even swim across to “MOTU” The little Island.
Tropical Island Resort Style Living is about creating the feeling you have when you’re on holidays at a place just like this. Our outdoor cushions feature designs that are not only inspired by the lifestyle, but also the relaxed nature of the locals. “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” is their motto. The best way to bring that philosophy into our cushions was to make them UV, Water and Mildew Resistant!
When you’re in Rarotonga, you’re on Cook Island time!
Adventurous? Take the walk up the mountain to their one and only waterfall. You’re sure to see a few pigs, cows, dogs and chickens along the way!
Stunning tropical flowers by the side of the road – My favourite – Orange Hibiscus!
Our Orange Hibiscus Outdoor Cushions inspired by the tropical, coastal lifestyle of the Cook Islands
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Make sure you checkout the Sunday markets in town and immerse yourself in traditional Cook Island culture. There’s plenty of fresh produce, handmade wares and traditional dancing.
Coming soon! – Sneak Peek!!!
NEW Range of tropical cushions featuring the Cook Islands – Available August 2016
Designed in Australia, Inspired by Cook Islands.
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Create your own “Island Home”
Beach Abode Living – “Colour In Your Outdoor Living”
Have you ever been to a tropical Island Resort? Sounds divine doesn’t it? There’s nothing quite like thought of the untouched, natural beauty of a tropical Island where crystal clear waters meet pure white sandy beaches lined with coconut trees that gently sway in the breeze…
Tavanipupu Island Resort is a Luxury Island Resort in the Soloman Islands
Located in Marau Sound, Soloman Islands, this pristine magical place has been called “The Last Paradise on Earth”. Built on the site of a former coconut plantation, the exclusive 13-hectare island features just 10 bungalows. Tavanipupu is an island resort that has all the amenities and facilities for your ideal moments to enjoy in paradise.
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10 Breathtaking bungalows…
Right on the beach…
You may even spot some of our new floral cushions and tropical cushions
(Floral cushions include – Pink Hibiscus, Frangipani and Strilitzia Flower Designs too!)
Enjoy Tropical Island Resort Style Living and shop for tropical cushions and cushion covers online Australia today! We specialise in coastal style outdoor cushions. Checkout the entire range:
Looking for waterproof cushions? Learn about the water resistant properties of our outdoor cushions here: https://www.beachabodeliving.com.au/benefits-of-the-best-outdoor-cushions
Beach Abode Living – “Colour In Your Outdoor Living”
Its Summertime again and without a doubt, there will be plenty of outdoor entertaining and end of year festivities coming up.
For most Aussies, Summer brings with it school holidays, Christmas parties, loads of family and friends popping in and spending time just relaxing and ‘hanging out’.
Perhaps your place is the nominated destination for Christmas lunch or perhaps you’ve got a couple of weeks off and planning a to relax at home. Whatever you have in stall, I’m sure you’ve started thinking about where you’ll be spending most of your time. #InTheGarden
If its your outdoor room, garden, the deck, poolside, backyard, verandah, cabana, boat, or caravan where you’ll be spending a lot of your time, retreating for relaxation or sharing a meal with loved ones, you’ll want it to be inviting and to feel nice.
Is your outdoor room ready?
Thinking of updating or re-styling?
If you love the beach, you may want this space to have a holiday vibe, inspired by coastal living and be a reflection of your personality.
The easiest and most cost effective way to create a fresh and visually stunning difference in your outdoor space is to add decorative accessories such as cushions!
If you find the choices overwhelming, just remember, if YOU like it, it is RIGHT.
There are no rules when it comes to outdoor styling. Its all about colour and fun.
Free your inner child and have some fun with different patterns and colourful designs.
Already got cushions but need new outdoor cushion covers?
or checkout our stockists for a store near you.
For your chance to WIN 3 of these awesome outdoor cushion covers, checkout our Facebook Giveaways (Click on the link below) and answer this question:
“What do you love about the end of the year?”
Good Luck & Have a brilliant Summer!
Exciting news for all you Spring loving, outdoor entertainers!
Beach Abode Living has now joined TOFS (The Outdoor Furniture Specialists), nationwide as one of their preferred outdoor cushion suppliers.
We’re even featured in this season’s new in-store magazine! Check out their beautiful new outdoor furniture pieces (they’re seriously to die for).
This is enjoying outdoor living at its best.
The front cover above features our most popular Mykonos Blue and Yellow collection including Yellow Palmapple, Mykonos Blue Fishscale, Mykonos Blue / Yellow Chevron, Mykonos Blue Yellow Stripe and Yellow Fishscale.
Stress Free Outdoor Living!
THE IN COLOURS FOR SPRING!
Aussies love entertaining and we love the outdoors, so with SPRING already upon us, it’s time to spruce up the outdoor lounge, daybed, backyard, pool area, deck or verandah and get the outdoor room ready for action!
THE TREND IN HOME WARES THIS SPRING 2014 / SUMMER 2015
- Brightly coloured cushions and accessories
- Block colours – Yellows, Oranges and Lime Green predominantly
- Geometric, simple, uncomplicated patterns
- A two-colour palette and reversible designs
- Tropical prints such as Flamingos and Pineapples are also popular
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‘Palmapple’ (Palm trees on the front / Pineapples on the back) 45x45cm and 60x60cm look great in a range of colours – Orange and yellow are our HOT PICK
Pink Flamingo – 45x45cm & 60x60cm are ALL THE RAGE
(As seen in Lilyonlinemagazine – Christmas issue Gift Guide).
Just another reason to shop at Beach Abode Living…
Due to overwhelming response to our last blog “Let’s Talk About Your Saftery – AZO Dyes”, as a supplier of textile products, I’d like to offer some advice to retailers on how to claw back buyer confidence in relation to AZO dyes and reduce the risk of being subject to a product recall which could be financially devastating. Don’t fall victim to the DFC – Dye Financial Crisis
Recently, due to the enormous and very public recall of over 270,000 textile products from major retail chains that contained unacceptable levels of Azo or benzidine-based dyes, retailers and consumers are asking the question:
“Does this product contain AZO dyes?”
Since AZO dyes are not banned in Australia, in fact acceptable levels of AZO dyes are 30mg/kg or 30 parts per million, it is difficult to ascertain just by looking at a product or its labels to determine if it harmful or not, but it is the ethical and moral responsibility of all sellers to ensure the safety of their customers and not provide goods that could potentially cause harm.
For this reason I urge retailers to contact their suppliers of textile products (particularly of products that come into contact with the skin ie bedding, clothing, soft furnishings etc), and ask if they are tested for AZO dyes and if their products are AZO FREE. You are entitled to ask this so you can then confidently pass this information on to customers.
Customers who are unsuccessful in obtaining such information from retailers should contact the supplier of the product directly.
The government body Product Safety Australia have information on their website for consumers as well as businesses including retailers, online retailers, wholesalers, importers, hire companies, property managers and more. I recommend visiting this website for more information and subscribing to email alerts for changes to the product safety system, bans, standards and product testing, law and conduct, legislation, penalties and consequences, media releases, news and to check recent recalls.
Visit Product Safety Australia:
Report an unsafe product:
Check recent recalls:
make safe—buy safe—use safe
The excerpt below has been copied directly from the Product Safety Government Website
Retailers: Selling safe products
As a retailer, there are a number of steps you can take to make sure the products you sell are safe.
When ordering products, make sure you specify to suppliers the need for compliance with Australian safety standards and regulations.
Check the section on mandatory standards to see whether products you intend to sell require testing. If so, ask your supplier for proof of independent testing and certification as well as test reports. You may also need to get copies of relevant standards and other documents to check this.
You can visually check some safety aspects, such as safety devices and labelling. Check your stock before putting it out on the shop floor or for sale online to ensure all products are safe and comply with mandatory standards.
It is illegal to make claims about a product that exaggerate or misrepresent what it is designed to do, so consider all of a product’s key safety aspects before advertising or marketing it.
Advertisements, catalogues and displays
Make sure that any statements about a product and any photos or displays of it show the product exactly as it is when a customer buys it. If a product comes with mandatory safety features or labeling, it may be illegal not to show these.
Marketing and sales
Don’t overstate what a product is capable of, even though it might be tempting to do this when trying to sell it. This can have safety consequences as well as legal ones. Make sure your sales staff members know to avoid this.
A key difference between retailers and other suppliers is the opportunity to work directly with consumers on product safety.
In the shop
Sales staff can talk to their customers and find out what their product needs are. This way they can help people buy safe products, as well as help them understand how to use the products safely. Many hazards relate to how consumers use products.
You can advise your customers about product safety by having good product knowledge and/or providing printed information at the point of sale.
Retailers selling online have an even easier way to help customers understand the safety of their products. Links to this website and other product safety websites can help make everyone aware of product safety.
Remove stock immediately
You must quickly remove any stock affected by a recall. Take the product off sale immediately and store it away securely, so that you or staff do not return it to the floor or website.
Alert your customers
As the interface with consumers, you can help alert customers to any product safety recalls by clearly displaying recall notices in your store and/or on your website.
“AZO Dye Recall Hit Major Aussie Retailers”
“Recall of Thousands Of Textiles After Testing Of AZO Dyes”
“AZO Dyes Linked To Carcinogen Causing Cancer”
What are AZO Dyes?
According to the ACCC Product Safety Information: “Azo dyes are a large class of very effective synthetic dyes used for colouring a variety of consumer goods such as foods, cosmetics, carpets, clothes, leather and textiles.
A small proportion of azo dyes contain, or can break down to form, a class of chemical substances referred to as aromatic amines.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) have classified some of these aromatic amines as known, or suspected, human carcinogens. A carcinogen is a substance that is capable of causing cancer.”
What are the hazards?
Benzidine and other aromatic amines may be absorbed through the skin from dyed clothing and articles where there is direct and prolonged contact. The amount of aromatic amines released from dyed articles can increase with body heat, sweat or saliva.
Some recent ACCC (Australian Competition and Consumer Commission) testing on common textiles prompted the recall of over 207,000 products that were found to contain unacceptable concentrations of certain ‘AZO’ dyes.
The ACCC takes the view that the total maximum level of hazardous aromatic amines in articles in direct and prolonged contact with the skin should be 30 mg/kg (which is 30 parts per million). Some expert authorities recommend ZERO Exposure to certain ‘AZO’ dyes and have advised consumers should stop using textiles containing ‘AZO’ dyes immediately.
Ask if products contain AZO dyes or check the register for recalled products.
* Beach Abode Living products are ‘AZO’ FREE !!
We continually engage independent inspection agencies to inspect and test our products to ensure they do not contain harmful substances including ‘AZO’ dyes. Our testing has recorded NIL harmful chemicals.