Mick Fanning Collection

The ultimate collection for a relaxed, coastal home

We joined forces with the talented Three Birds Renovations to transform Mick Fanning and Breeana Randall’s beautiful Queensland canvas into a coastal living dream.

From the main living quatres to the guest cottage and beachfront balcony, the entire coastline property has been restyled with a collection of House Of Orange pieces.

Coastal home decor & earthy tones 

This exciting styling pursuit kicked off with a guided tour of Mick and Bree’s phenomenal property. The mood board was put together to reflect their down-to-earth natures and encapsulates their love of earthy elements and life by the coast.

Our made-to-order Sophia bed and April table were selected as statement pieces to shape the overall aesthetic of their spaces, paired with coastal homewares and earthy tones.

This coastal-inspired collection is a range of our favourite House Of Orange pieces, complimented by the tips and tricks of the design experts at Three Birds Renovations.

Whether you live by the water or not, this range of nature-inspired, earthy home decor brings the feeling of the coast to you - wherever you are.


We are so excited to share this special collaboration with you, showcasing the best of coastal living homewares and the transformative power of restyling with coastal home decor and furniture. 

Mick Fanning Collection


The best coastal home designs are influenced by natural elements and earthy tones. If possible, we recommend incorporating real timber into your design choices - pieces like tables, beds, bench seating and outdoor lounges are a great place to start. You can then pair these with textures fabrics, like stonewashed linen, earthy stoneware and natural rattan pendant lights or home decor items, like baskets and wall furnishings. 

A white house is a perfect canvas for a coastal home. The colour white is a reliable anchor when infusing earthy tones through your coastal-inspired designs. The use of natural fibres and textures in a white house creates a soft and contemporary look, effortlessly allowing you to avoid too much of a rugged feel.

Functionality and flow are key in any design and styling pursuit. Creative flare and usability go hand in hand. It’s important that your everyday spaces feel as good as they look. Make sure your layout and styling support your lifestyle and comfort. For example, having easy access to drawers and strategic, organised storage options, or having the right amount in light in the places that you need it. These small design decisions have a big impact on how you work, live and play within your earthy home.

We are big believers in allowing designs to unfold naturally, trusting the process and not forcing things that don’t feel right. That’s where your individuall taste and style comes in. It’s a good idea to sit down and plan the overall feel of your home. Think about this from your own personal viewpoint. Who lives in your home? How do you want to feel in your home? Calm? Excited? Relaxed? Happy? What do you love? What don’t you love? Think about it like this: You might really like the sleek look of leather couches, but ultimately, you prefer winding down on the soft comfort of warm, cloud-like upholstery.

Think about what works for you and what will stand the test of time in your eyes. It’s easy to get caught up in Pinterest trends without considering how we’ll personally feel about our design choices in the long run. Your home is your haven so think carefully about what works for you and how you want to feel it in everyday.