‘What can I help with?’

*** Please be advised I have limited availability for May – July at this stage. ***

Need interior design for your home, business or venue?

Need help with finishing touches, the specification of items or styling?

Need help with the actual purchasing of items or to know where to find an elusive treasure?

Need an event styled? I am sorry I am fully booked for weddings for this dryseason so contact me early for this service.

Use the contact form on this site or send an email to design@ladydarwin.com.au and you will generally hear back within 24 hours …  don’t bother calling, I only answer numbers I know and even then it is a 50/50 gamble.



‘Seafoam & sage’

A rural home full of soft and muted greens of seafoam, sage and silver leaf against warm coral, terracotta (making a huge come back) and rusty toned reds.

For further project details see below or contact me via website form.

‘Me armchair’ in sage alice upholstery by Sketch furniture, available at Cam Interiors 

Unitex Woven wool skandi Chevron rug also by Cam Interiors

Custom Stoneware pottery by Darwin artist Cecily Willis (contact me for details)

‘Seamist’ paint colour from pastel vogue collection by Haymes Paint

Tassel fringe Cushions by Eyes of India

Round bohemian cushion in dusty pink by Miann & Co

Colour selection, various textiles by LDD, Dash & Albert rugs

‘Low tide’ copper handpainted wall covering by Sarah Ruby Design

Bedroom furniture selection, custom design and construct available by LDD

‘H series bamboo Moso fan’ by Haiku

‘Booked out!’

Hi friends

I am now fully booked for the rest of the year for all Interior Design, Renovations and Project Management and taking bookings for late January and beyond now.

If you would like to go on a waiting list for any cancellations in the next month please send me an email with details of your project.

For styling or events I can still fit in some dates pre Christmas but appreciate as much notice as possible.

Thanks for stopping by my site!



‘Here I am, Designing away.’

I am not posting often at the moment but I am still here working away in the background on projects. Booked out and happily busy at present I am feeling every bit the freelance designer part as I juggle home renovations, a couple of venues and some little product styling and colour consult work which are so pretty and fun that I barely consider these ones to even be work.

On top of that I am lobbying the NT Government for more public art around our city and surrounding suburbs so am working on submissions and throwing ideas around all willy nilly in the hope of beautifying our tropical city, Slowly but surely I will get there.

A recent article in Saturdays NT news. I was thrilled to be approached by NT news to discuss what is “on trend” for the dry season.
My latest home stylefile is out now in Darwinlife Magazines dry season edition. Pick up your copy quick as these mags disappear fast!

Currently I am booked for all full service interior design until late July as I have some hospitality projects on the go so if you are wanting my services for home design, venues, events or just styling let me know so that I can tentatively book you in to touch base once this busy little period is over.

As you can see I am going through a ‘maximalist’ style phase at the minute and everything I touch lately seems to turn to tropical prints, lots of indoor plants in true jungalow style and abit of boho luxe which is left over from last season. If you need greenery for your home or business and can’t seem to keep real plants alive head over to my friends shop Little Miss Flowers in Parap where you will be spoilt for choice.

I love spending time here.

Just thought I would share some loveliness to inspire your spaces.

Stay smiling!