At Humphrey Homes, we view interior design as an extension of our architecture. Using an in-house interior designer with an in-house architect provides a holistic approach to your new home as one vision is created and carried through all elements.
This unified approach takes your home’s design to another level of sophistication and detail – while delivering unrivalled efficiency, quality and budget control.
Like architecture, interior design is a collaborative process. Our interior designers partner with you to identify the personality of your home and create a cohesive interior aesthetic that reflects your taste and lifestyle.
They work directly with you to design and refine indoor and outdoor spaces, including kitchens, cabinetry, lighting and landscaping, as well as assist with material and product selections.
In-house Interior Designers Katie Bossong (left) and Joie Stevenson (centre) with in-house Architect Helen Marchesani
At the concept stage, our Interior Designers will present you with mood boards (like those below) to help you envisage how your finished home will look. Click on the highlighted links to see their ideas translated into the final interiors.
Mosman Park residence I
Texturally rich and warm elements interplay with light and space to create a welcoming aesthetic. Recycled bricks, steel elements and stone evoke a feeling of rustic warmth in keeping with the clients' design brief and our architecture. See how the interior design and architecture work together in the home's full gallery.
Mosman Park residence II
In this Mosman Park residence, the interior design elements and materiality are bold and texturally rich to complement the architecture. Charred timber (shou sugi ban), off-form concrete walls and hand formed concrete steps set the tone for a striking aesthetic. See the full gallery of how these materials came together in the completed home.