Greg Natale use of bold colour and pattern and the creation of warm, layered, liveable spaces.Greg offers a generous and unique view into the creative process, sharing his passions, experiences, advice and the philosophy behind his richly tailored, sophisticated style.Since 2001, Greg Natale Design has been dedicated to the integration of design and decoration in the areas of interior and exterior residential and commercial design.
It works is recognized by is tailored, polished spaces and precise, considered approach, which have made it one of Australia’s top design companies and earned it several awards and accolades over the past 13 years.
Greg was awarded the Belle Coco Republic Interior Designer of the Year several times, and won Best Residential Interior in 2013. The company has also appeared on the shortlists and highly commended lists for the Belle Coco Republic Awards, the Australian Interior Design Awards, the Dulux Colour Awards and the Interior Design Excellence Awards among others.
Since its launch, the company has diversified into other design disciplines. Greg’s own bold signature style and inimitable use of colour and pattern have led to successful collaborations with Porter’s Paints, on a range of wallpaper, and Designer Rugs, on a series of rugs and carpets. New collections are due for release by the end of 2014 for Designer Rugs, Porter’s Paints, Stylecraft and Worlds Away.
Greg Natale Design has been featured in local and international publications such as Australian Belle, House & Garden, Real Living Magazine and Houses, and UK magazines Elle and Wallpaper*.
Greg’s passion for interior design and for creating meticulously curated, layered spaces is at the core of his first book, The Tailored Interior, which will be published by Hardie Grant Books in November 2014.
Greg Natale Design offers a full design service for its clients, from concept design, documentation and council approvals through to construction administration, as well as interior decoration. What do you think about his work? Beautiful right?