A designer, writer and speaker, known for his stylish and classic interiors, Darren Palmer is an established & well regarded member of the design community.
Darren has a broad portfolio, having studied fine art & graphic design, originally working in advertising and owning his own graphic design company. After succumbing to his true passion, Darren now operates his own interior design studio and has been a judge on the past three seasons of The Block.
Starting with a beautiful, architecturally designed home, Darren Palmer Design Studio provided furnishings and decoration – in the process making this house a livable and practical designer home.
POTTS POINT 1 BEDROOM
New life into the apartment, Darren removed two full walls, relocated a doorway, added new nib walls, a new-for-old kitchen and bathroom, and installed new finishes and joinery to create a clean and cohesive result.
POTTS POINT 2 BEDROOM
Opening up the previously poky rooms of his 1920s apartment was a priority for Sydney designer Darren Palmer, who has cleverly reconfigured the layout to create a light filled, free-flowing abode.
The decor in this beachside home in Sydney’s Coogee was in need of an update. Enter interior designer Darren Palmer, who reinvented the space with smart & stylish design touches.
IT MUST BE A SIGN of a job well done when an interior designer could live in the place they’ve just redecorated. “I would love to live here,” admits Darren Palmer of this two-storey home in Sydney’s beachside suburb of Coogee. “It’s probably the project that is best suited to my personal aesthetic to date.”
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POTTS POINT PENTHOUSE
Taking his cues from the natural world, Darren Palmer combines cosy and contemporary.
THE BRIEF in this two-bedroom Sydney penthouse, Darren was confronted with a bare shell, with just floor tiles already there “I was asked to bring life into it, layer in natural textures for depth and make it warm, but contemporary it was to be masculine and solid, not delicate, but also cosy”.
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