New designer catches Sydney’s attention with innovative interiors
December 20th, 2007
Craig Spencer – promising Australian interior designer – is catching the eye of the design industry in with his interior transformations.
His ability to transform dull home and commercial interiors into spaces of flair is seen in the interior of his own abode in inner Sydney pictured above. Coloured in blue and black hues, his apartment mixes the old with the new to create a luxurious and sexy feel.
The designer’s ’Master Suite’ project won the coveted Best Overall Feature Stand award at the Housing Industry Association (HIA) Sydney Home Show, 2007.
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