>>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< MORE: Tesla puts you a step ahead this storm season That is, according to new home builder Porter Davis, who drew inspiration from the world class destinations for their second World of Style display store that launched in Fortitude Valley last week. RELATED: Mr Whinnett said they now had a selection displays homes across the southeast corner and they exemplified new home builders desire to have something more than bricks and mortar.“They are the foundation of people’s hopes and dreams and our goal is to respect and support our customers in achieving a truly beautiful home,” he said. Neale Whittker officially launched Porter Davis’s World of Style in Fortitude Valley, on November 15, 2018. Picture AAP/David Clark.Style guru and The Block judge Neale Whitaker helped the builder officially launch the new store on November 15, five years after they opened their Melbourne shop. Whitaker said consumers now, more than ever, craved access to interior design expertise.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago“Services like World of Style, that offer the full package and advice on how to style your home, are incredibly valuable when it comes to styling your home,” he said.“For me, it’s about being brave with styles and colours you like, but consistency is key.”Porter Davis Queensland state manager Grant Whinnett said the company, which started in Victoria, had made a concerted push in to Queensland, and was in its second year of operation in the sunshine state. Celeb’s plan to bring design to more homes Design tips for Christmas cheer The Whitsundays, Bahamas, Milan, Scandinavia, Barcelona – are the world destinations providing inspiration for new home designs in Brisbane. Porter Davis general manager marketing Shaun Patterson said the “state-of-the-art” style was World of Style, at 358 Wickham St, offers four themes, including Classic, Designer, Contemporary and Resort — along with 36 styles created by Porter Davis’ designers.
BANGALORE, India (CMC):Superstar Chris Gayle failed with single digits for the third straight innings as Royal Challengers Bangalore’s (RCB) miserable form continued with a 19-run defeat to Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League yesterday.Chasing a paltry 139 for victory at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, RCB folded meekly for 119 off 19 overs to lose for the ninth time in 12 outings and remain bottom of the standings on five points.Opener Mandeep Singh stroked a top score of 46 from 40 deliveries while Pawan Negi chipped in with 21 from 23 deliveries, but no other batsman passed 10.The left-handed Gayle’s poor form continued when he was dismissed without scoring with the total on one off the fourth ball of the innings, edging a slash at seamer Sandeep Sharma (3-22) to point.Gayle has now managed scores of seven, eight and zero in his last three innings and has garnered a mere 152 runs at an average of 21 this season, with one half-century.Earlier, Axel Patel smashed an unbeaten 38 off 17 deliveries to help rally Kings XI to 138 for seven off their 20 overs after they were sent in.