Danielle Trippett’s Sydney Harbour Project has been featured in Houzz Australia’s prestigious “Room of the Week” article written by Vanessa Walker, Houzz Australia & NZ editor. Photography by Maree Homer.Continue reading…
Sydney New South Wales
Danielle Trippett was honoured to be asked by the Design Institute of Australia to write a piece on her career in the Design industry to be included in the Exhibition at Federation Square in Melbourne, My Federation Story. This exhibition is running at Federation Square and will be on their website permanently.
To read more, follow the link http://www.federationstory.com/designing-changes/
Interior Designer, Danielle Trippett was asked by the Design Institute of Australia to be on the esteemed judging panel for the 2015 DIA AGOTYA Awards (Australasian Graduate of the Year awards)
This award is the “Best of the Best” of the graduating Design students and recent Design graduates for 2014 for Australia and New Zealand.
The award were judged and exhibited at Melbourne’s Federation Square in May 2015.
For more information and a photo gallery link to AGOTYA Facebook page.
Danielle Trippett Interior Design’s award winning work was voted by the Houzz community as a winner of “Best of Houzz 2015 Awards”. The award was won in the prestigious “Design” category, as Danielle’s professional portfolio included some of the most popular images on Houzz in 2014.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who loves heading to my favorite local café on the weekend — partly for the food and company, but also for that cool café decor, buzz and vibe. Cafés have an ambience that’s conducive to eating, drinking, chatting, reading and just chilling. The recycled materials, hard-wearing finishes and retro pieces create a warm, cozy and inviting atmosphere. Want to recreate the café look and feel in your home? Choose rustic materials, salvaged pieces and industrial furniture to achieve this welcoming look. Then add some knockout appliances, cool lighting, open shelves and fun signage for an eclectic touch. Here are other ways to create an edgy yet inviting space that your family and friends will want to hang out in.
One of Danielle Trippett’s recent projects has been featured in the November issue of House & Garden magazine.
Unless you’re giving guests the grand tour, your bedroom tends to be off limits to anyone but you and your other other half (and pets and children, if they’re lucky), so why not throw caution to the wind and make a statement about who you really are behind closed doors? The bed is the centrepiece of any bedroom, so aiming to make this the star attraction will transform the most boring of bedrooms into a place that feels more like you. The beds dictate the style of these standout rooms, and are sure to have you looking at yours in a whole new light.
Hotel glam meets country comfort at this revamped farmhouse in rural Victoria a getaway from the owner’s beachside Brighton home.
Featured recently in House & Garden magazine and also on Houzz.
Wattle Rd, Hawthorn
It’s not easy striking a balance between an elegant home and a place where kids can be kids, but this Melbourne family got it in one.
The brief was to deliver a house that was at once elegant and – for want of a better word – child-proof.
Featured in House & Garden magazine.