Monday, February 3, 2014

Eaglemont Project - completed exterior

At the end of the year, the Eaglemont project was nearing completion, so I thought I would post some images of the exterior.

After working over the last 12 months on this project, it all wound up the last weeks before Christmas as all the final details were completed, to enable the client to move in just after Christmas.

Its all in the details, custom made windows, classic styled lighting and sympathetic fittings down to the door bell button.

The columns on the veranda were one of the only details retained from the old house, before it was demolished and they work perfectly in their new positions, after being striped, sandblasted and repainted. 

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Weekend Hours - now open Saturday

We are open on Saturdays now !

With our new locale on busy Hampton Street, it seemed silly not to be available on Saturday mornings.

I'll be here on Saturdays from 9.30am to 12noon, so pop in!


Find us on the corner of Hampton Street and Grenville Street (formally Alexandra Keys Interior Decorators)

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

New Armchair

New Armchair in store, comfy and cosy, with a deep seat and feather cushions, you just melt into it...

I'm finding it hard not to curl up and relax

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Dulux Colour Forecast - 2014

Retro Visionaries

Influenced by styles of the late 20th century, when digital culture was first emerging and still being shaped by icons of the 50s, The Retro Visionaries aesthetic is quirky, colourful and energetic.

The Digital Nomads

A global fusion of tribal aesthetics derived from clashing cultures and resulting in juxtaposed colours form digital patterns and eclectic interiors. The Digital Nomad creates a style where traditional boundaries are no longer defined.

Precious Elementals

The Precious Elementals innately respect and revere our earth's natural resources, elements and geometric forms. They are inspired by its colours and shapes and interpret them to create beautiful compositions within their interiors. Mineral and metal colours modernise pastels and soft greys, while patinas and raw finishes reflect nature's weathering effects.

The Romantic Spirits

Romanticising decorative periods of history, The Romantic Spirits search for ways to incorporate nostalgia and antiquities into their technologically-dominated world. They are attracted to modern design that reveals elements of romance from simple embellishments or flourishes resembling calligraphy strokes, to skilfully turned timber forms with a modern twist. Finishes that capture history such as patinas and worn looks are favoured to contrast against moody colour.

Monday, November 25, 2013


Sorry for the lack of posts...that time of the year.
On top of that we are moving!!!!

 After 11 plus years in our current location, A Blind Pash Interiors is on the move!

 With my current building scheduled for redevelopment, it seemed opportune to make the move to a new studio, in a busier location.  From the 2nd December 2013, we will be located at:

415 Hampton Street

Hampton VIC 3188

These premises were previously occupied for the last 18 years by Alexandra Keys – Interior Decorators and another decorator prior to that, so I’m excited to continue the tradition.

I have taken on Alexandra’s fabric and wallpaper sampling, so I will have a very extensive, fabric library. Alexandra is moving to Tasmania to have a life change, so it was the perfect opportunity for A Blind Pash Interiors. Our new details are:

 Address:         415 Hampton Street

  Hampton VIC 3188


Phone:                        03 9521 8291                 Fax:                  03 9521 8291




Mobile:           0425 722 948


I look forward to welcoming you to the new studio and continuing to work with you in 2014.


With best wishes


Monday, November 18, 2013

My work - Guest bedroom


After: Studded custom head board

After: Elitis Wallpaper

Here are some images of a recently completed Guest bedroom - wallpaper, lampshades, sheer curtains, stunning bed head and bedding, all from A Blind Pash Interiors