Interior Design and Decoration

Bianca Robertson

Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration Melbourne

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I am an emerging designer based in Melbourne, with a passion for residential interior design and decoration.

I am a conscientious and collaborative professional, working with clients to help reveal their personality and stories through their interiors and developing beautiful spaces that will stand the test of time.

I love to create spaces that are aesthetically appealing yet highly functional, including biophilic and holistic elements and locally made or designed pieces sourced from the many talented makers and designers we have in Australia!

Gas Works Penthouse & Rooftop Garden

A fully resolved interior design and decoration scheme was required for the penthouse apartment and communal rooftop area of the Gas Works apartment complex on Flinders Street, Melbourne.

Marie and Graeme Crosby were recent retirees, whom had downsized from their 5 bedroom family home into CBD apartment living.

Conscious of not detracting from the history of the building, they were keen to inject contemporary design into the space, including the use of black steel windows and doors, along with open spaces and highlighting any city views they could. Encouraging oodles of natural light and specifying sustainable and natural materials and finishes where possible. A soft, neutral palette, allowing art work and soft furnishings to be the colour heroes.

A communal roof top garden was designed for the apartment complex - the group of keen residents wishing to enjoy “cleaner, greener living”. Growing their own food, harvesting honey from their Flow Hives and enjoying spaces to socialise and relax from the rooftop were key criteria for the brief.

Flora and Fauna cafe / wine bar

Flora and Fauna approached us to present a fully resolved interior design and decoration scheme for their new cafe / wine bar based in the Dandenong Ranges.

The site had been a previous yoga and pilates studio, but offered some beautiful features including floor to ceiling windows, exposed trusses and hardwood flooring.

The client wished to maintain all of these features throughout the building and evoke a fresh and inviting feel, encapsulating the surroundings and environment of the Dandenongs. It should exude a casual sophistication to suit local clientele from day through to night, but also be converted into a space that can host special events such as weddings and birthdays.

A neutral colour scheme with layers of texture and greenery was specified along with feature wall paper by local artist Louise Jones and beautiful pendant and wall lights by Articolo and NightWorks Studio