A render of the new Michael Case display home which will form part of the new North Shore Display Village.HOLIDAY houses in coastal destinations such as Byron Bay served as the inspiration for Michael Case’s new display home.The house, aptly named the Boathouse, will form part of North Shore’s new display village due to open next month.The boathouse has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a double garage with 260sq m of under-roof space. It features soaring ceilings, a soothing colour palette inspired by the coast and an upmarket holiday home vibe.Michael Case Homes stylist and home designer Renee Case said the house had a chic resort and laid-back feel.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“I wanted to do something really special and this has exposed rafters, cladding, an alfresco area that wraps around the house with a beautiful lap pool, sun deck and gazebo,” she said.“I was inspired a lot by the holiday homes you see in places like Bryon Bay and around New South Wales. I wanted to do something a bit different and it doesn’t necessarily cost more to do something really special.”The house also has an atrium, skylight and three different internal zones to allow for a family to either relax and entertain together or have their own space.Soft whites, grays and blues dominate the colour palette, adding to the laid-back, coastal style. The home is nearly complete with only some finishing touches such as landscaping and furnishings to be done before it opens to the public.The design of the home would suit most sized blocks while it can also be downsized to make it more affordable or extended for a large family. For more information call the Michael Case team on 4759 5700.