I am a bubbly, committed and driven young designer and have always been passionate about interior design, decoration and styling. Successfully applying creativity and attention to detail to numerous commercial and residential design briefs is my strength.
I design spaces that reflect my client’s individuality and personality while balancing function and aesthetic. Inspiration taken from design innovations and sustainability has influenced my portfolio in a way that pushes my creative boundaries.
Purchased as a forever home to cater for a growing family, the Williams’ wanted a modernised take on their traditional style home with furnishings that have a luxurious feeling while still being homely.
Open plan living in the new back addition meant that we were able to emphasise the contrast between minimal lines found within contemporary furniture and classical curves in juxtaposed ceiling roses at the front of the home. Influenced by the impact of pops of colour within a monochromatic space abstract artwork was chosen to dress the elongated white walls. Picking up the hues within each of the artwork, a split complementary colour scheme is showcased within all accessories throughout.
Bombora: The Indigenous Australian name given to the sea where waves are formed over a shallow area.
Centered around angles and outstretched concrete planes, Bombora is a surfer’s escape from reality. The inspiration driving the design was to seamlessly blend the boundaries between the surrounding ocean and the interior, allowing for a sense of tranquillity no matter where you are in the home.
With ribbon walls of glass allowing for sweeping views of the surrounding ocean and headlands, Bombora truly encapsulates a Danish sense of hygge in a seaside location. Concrete and oak timber materials are juxtaposed by the soft, cool hues of blue, inspired by the overlooked ocean below, highlighted in the outstretched, upstairs entertaining area where you get lost in the expansive view.