Published on : Monday, August 13, 2018
For as long as we can remember, Greg Natale has been passionate about interior design. The multi-award-winning interior designer has become known for his masterly use of pattern and color, and his bold application of both in creating tailored, glamorous and sophisticated spaces.
Greg Natale’s design style is distinctive in so many ways, but what sets it apart is it’s extremely glamorous, it’s extremely luxurious, but it is also incredibly high in detail. The bold use of pattern and colour for which Greg Natale is known has become one of the practice’s signature features, together with an intricate approach to layering that speaks of luxe livability. These have contributed to making Greg Natale Design one of Australia’s top interior design firms and Greg himself one of its most sought-after talents.
With design projects spanning classic apartments to contemporary houses to sprawling rural estates, in locations from New York to Oklahoma to all around Australia, the design firm operates from its Sydney studio. Boca do Lobo takes a look at Greg Natale‘s design project – Alfords Point House.
The owners of this five bedroom new-build had a clear and defined brief – their new home had to capture the glamour of old Hollywood, it should pop with coloUr and there should be an air of French Chateaux elegance.
The luxury home is layered carefully in dove greys which are contrasted with sharp white wall panels, moldings, and cornices. Black too is used to creating a dynamic visual counterpoint, whilst mustards, navy and peacock blues, as well as blush pinks, create fresh flourishes of coloUr that bring depth and interest in upholstery, bedding, drapery and custom rug designs. Brilliant metallics in gold and brass are used throughout, adding to the luxe factor.
Source: Boca do Lobo