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John Willey

"Life's too short for an all-beige room"

Words to live by from interior designer John Willey. Makes complete sense when you get a glimpse of his work. He is probably one of the boldest designers I have come across. Such creativity with colours and patterns and such a sense of comfort. Very inspiring for those who believe in beige.


Diane Bergeron

Many of you may already be familiar with Diane Bergeron. Interior design services and fabric showroom are labels that don't do justice to her fab, eclectic, high meets low, flea market with glam style. It's colourful, fun and always cheeky just like all the best things Australian. Her website is a treat and her blog gives you an insight into the hectic but stylish day to day of her firm. As rep for some of the most innovative fabric collections coming out of the States (think Rubie Green, Madeline Weinrib, Of the Young and the Restless, John Robshaw and Carolina Irving) her Melbourne showroom is a mecca for designers and style mavens in the know. Here is just a taste of her work. Please Santa can I have that wall of books for Christmas?


Eric Cohler

It's been quite some time since we've blogged about the designs of Eric Cohler. I thought it was about time for an update. Always classic with a modern twist, sophisticated and comfortable.


Ondine Karady

Ondine Karady is most likely a familiar name to many of you. She was on season 2 of Top Design, and was a set decorator on Sex and the City, which she left to open her own boutique design firm in Soho. Her style is funky and eclectic, and her portfolio is full of wonderful spaces filled with bold patterns, mid century and vintage furnishings and fun colours.


Arent & Pyke

I'm so excited to share today's post with you. For so long I have had this website bookmarked waiting for construction to finish. At last it's time to be inspired by the work of Sydney designers Juliette Arent and Sarah-Jane Pyke of Arent & Pyke. Influenced by mid-century modern and the international style their work is about passion and balance, details and texture. It's all about optimism! To truly appreciate these rooms you must must must go to the website, click on view larger and experience them full screen. I'm moving in!