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Greg Natale is one of Australia’s leading interior designers, heading up Greg Natale Interior Design. Greg has been pioneering the integration of design and decoration for over 10 years, focusing on residential, retail and commercial projects. Greg’s won numerous awards for his work also gaining many regular mentions in national and international interior magazines – including Wallpaper, British Elle Decor, Belle, Vogue Living and others. Greg also won the 2011 Belle Coco Republic Interior Design Awards as ‘Designer of the Year’ nationally and is currently working on many new and exciting projects.
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Natale’s style is a mixture of opulence, vibrant colors, patterns and textures, with meticulously curated and balanced, layered spaces and modern touches. He has designed products including rug collections of commercial and domestic rugs and carpets for Designer Rugs, wallpaper collections for Porter’s Paints, furniture collections for Stylecraft and Regency Distribution, and a range of tiles for Teranova Tiles. Natale has twice been named the Belle / Coco Republic Interior Designer of the Year. In 2014, he was named the inaugural winner of the Editors’ Medal at the Interior Design Excellence Awards. He was a keynote speaker at the 2013 Australian International Furniture Fair, and has appeared as a guest judge on the reality television shows The Renovators and homemade.
Introducing New Modern, the rug collection from award-winning interior designer Greg Natale, in collaboration with Designer Rugs. It features the bold, sophisticated patterns and striking graphic designs for which Greg is known and showcases the next frontier in his creative vision. ‘New Modern is perfect for contemporary living, in a residential or commercial environment,’ says Greg. The rugs are made from 100% Tibetan Wool, with custom colouring and sizing available.
“NEW MODERN is perfect for contemporary living, in a residential or commercial environment,” says Natale. Each rug has been named after a city, as travel provides one of Natale’s foremost inspirations.
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