Ready to create the
home you love?
Like with fashion or even music, our sense of style is ever evolving with time, age and trends. Naturally, so does the style of our homes.
A couple of years ago, I really loved the "Japandi" style (a mixture of Scandinavian and Japanese design), and although I haven't completely moved away from it, I have falled deeply in love with English & French provincial homes. Something about the heritage and legacy that exists in these homes speaks to me. I've since adopted key pieces that speak to my new love and found seemless and clutter-free ways to incorperate them to our home.
I've had the pleasure of working with a diversity of clients, with design styles ranging from Provincial to Hamptons to Modern African and English country.
Regardless of style, my primary objective with any client is to understand what makes you unique so I can reflect this through your home. When you are in your sanctuary, beyond feeling like you are ekhaya (home), I want you to feel surrounded by the people and things that you love - both past and present.
To see some of my most recent work, check out the below images.
A room is more than just four walls - or rather I should say a room should be more than just four walls.
Any room can be transformed into a space that caters for every physical and spiritual need. I was privilidged to transform this space for St Benedict's to meet all their needs for a Meeting Room.
Welcome to the
Modern African Oasis.
Allow me to officially introduce to our latest project - the Modern African Oasis.
Tucked in the middle of the south-eastern suburbs in Melbourne Australia, this little piece of haven is the perfect combination of Africa meets the west.
Home sweet home at The Mackay's.
Designing my own home has been both the dream and the biggest pain in the a**!
It has honestly taken me the longest time to settle on a design and style that met my growing famly's need whilst still displaying my love of traditional & contemporary decor. Here's a small glimpse of our home.