Interior Design

Interior design enhances a home to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for those residing in it.

In our view, interior design is an extension of the architecture which is why we manage these roles in-house so your home receives the highest level of synergy in both architecture and aesthetics.  It takes the overall house design to another level of sophistication and detail. 

Our in-house interior designers are like an interior architect - they work with you to design and refine spaces, design kitchens and cabinetry, design lighting etc, as well as assist with all the various material and product selections - both internally and externally. 

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.

In-house Interior Designers Katie (left) and Joie (centre) with in-house Architect Helen Marchesani

At Humphrey Homes, our interior designers share a very similar design sensibility with our architect, which is important for the vision of our architecture.    It streamlines the design/build service even more which means better efficiency, better value and adds another level of creativity and sophistication to your home.

And because each home is different, we treat each one individually.

Take a look at some of the inspiration for our homes.

Mosman Park residence

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 client's design brief and our architecture. 

See how the interior design and architecture works together in the home's full gallery.

Moodboard - Mosman Park architect home

Mosman Park residence

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.

Moodboard Mosman Park architect residence

Floreat Residence

In this Floreat residence, the interior design elements are deliberately pared back to allow the rammed concrete and the strong lines of the building to be the focus.  Hard finishes and soft timber hues complement the textural elements in the home creating a warm inviting interior.  It is a lovely example of how many elements can work in unison to deliver a harmonious aesthetic.


Cottesloe Residence

Dalkeith Residence

Mosman Park Residence


Cottesloe Residence