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Greg Natale, one of the top designers in Australia, partnered with a traditional French cabinet-making brand Grange to design a new modern interior design home collection. The collection combines classic silhouettes with Greg’s signature black and white, plus a generous splash of peacock and petrol blue.
“We wanted to ‘bring sexy back’ and we have great admiration for Greg’s work. He is not afraid of glamour or colour and the result is beautiful, coordinated and practical,” says Jane Novembre, national marketing manager of DOMO, the Grange distributor in Australia.
Boasting 25 gorgeous pieces across the lounge room, dining room, bedroom, study and entryway spaces, the design furniture collection also features plenty of rich textiles and geometric patterns – a look that is fast becoming a Greg Natale signature. “Australian taste has become a lot more layered, which is amazing to work with. I applied my signature black and white with petrol blues to pop, and then laid it with classic geometric patterns,” says interior architect Greg Natale.
It’s no surprise that we love the range and think the pieces are destined for heirloom status – they’re classic while still modern and masculine yet feminine — not the easiest line to walk. “Really good furniture is like a little black dress. Greg has given Grange’s classic items the Natale-twist that will still look terrific in 10 or 20 years from now,” adds Jane.
Greg interior design style is craved in these pieces. His elegance and bold colors were passed to every furniture piece, creating a modern interior design environment.
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