Trentini Design
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Trentini Design creates spaces that are classic, aesthetically beautiful, relaxed and easy to live in. Collaboration and a shared dialogue results in unique design solutions tailored to individual needs. Achieve your dream home using my knowledge of current trends and timeless interiors.

As an independent interior designer Kathryn’s studio, located in Port Macquarie, covers interior design, colour concepts, decoration, product sourcing and styling. Passionate about using contemporary, independent and emerging designers, she loves to create spaces that are classic and aesthetically beautiful yet are relaxed and easy to live in.

For Kathryn, working as an interior designer is very much a collaborative process. Moving into other design areas including theatre production, set design and shop-front window design gives her a creative outlet to explore beyond the traditional interior. Developing a greater spatial awareness, honing creative problem solving skills and pushing creative boundaries, these skills translate back into her interiors.

Kathryn is a Member of the Design Institute of Australia.

Services Provided
Bathroom Design, Bedroom Design, Colour Consulting, Custom Bathroom Vanities, Custom Built-ins, Custom Shelving, Custom Walk-in Wardrobes, Decluttering, Dining Room Design, Downsizing, Floor Plans, Furniture Selection, Hallway Design, Home Office Design, Home Staging, Interior Design, Kids Bedroom Design, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Renovating, Laundry Room Design, Living Room Design, Nursery Design, Project Management, Space Planning, Wardrobe Design, Wine Cellar Design

Areas Served
Sydney, Port Macquarie, Wauchope, South West Rocks, Kempsey, Crescent Head, Taree, Forster
Contact: Kathryn Trentini
Location: Sydney, New South Wales 2040
Australia
Typical Job Costs: AUD 5,000 - AUD 100,000
Commented: Where can I buy the side-table? You can pick this one up from Ikea
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Commented: Should I paint or stain my front door? Hi Wren, what a lovely setting! I would be inclined to match the door colour in with the exterior wall colour. Include the casing, threshold and trims as well and this way you will end up with the tim...
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Commented: Help choosing tiles for master bath! Hi Tash, I would stick with the white paint. You have noted you want timber, marble, grey, white and brass in the space and I feel that if you now add a colour to the walls that doesn't blend with the...
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