With almost 15 years experience in screen design, Nicola's focus on visual storytelling lends itself beautifully to film, hospitality and corporate industries.
Nicola believes whole heartedly in the use of colour, shape and object placement to assist in telling the story of any business and is available to assist with screen design implementation or interior styling services to help give the right message to customers and clients.
With a passion for ethical and sustainable design choices, Nicola designs from the heart and enjoys creating a lasting relationship with customers and offering assistance as the business evolves.
EATERY, BORONIA PARK
A beautiful eatery in the heart of Boronia Park, Sydney, Boronia kitchen needed interior design elements to reflect their love of food & family.
A design package was created complete with feature wall installation at each end of the restaurant, soft furnishing choices, crockery and ceramic ware & small styling items for online food photography use.
All design decisions where possible made use of local artisans, to compliment their passion for local produce. An ongoing relationship with Boronia kitchen means that design services are utilised for special occasions throughout the year, including Christmas and produce harvest time.
CAFE, BONDI BEACH
The need for cohesion and simplicity was key for this Bondi Beach café.
Attached to a gym & wellness centre, The Well café required a restyle of their interiors to create a cohesive ‘story’, and specialty styling items to be introduced to showcase the produce that is served on site, which comes directly from the owner’s local farm.
VALHALLA SOCIAL CLUB
A household name in the heart of Glebe, styling items were required to enhance the look and feel of the Valhalla Social club prior to their opening in 2018. Owned by a local family, styling items were required to accentuate the warmth, heart and passion behind the café whilst being mindful of a limited timeframe and budget. A desire to introduce subtle referencing to Art Deco style was key, to honour the above art deco cinema being the Valhalla Social.
A multi-layered script focusing on refugee integration into small town Australian life, The Merger called for a design to be subtle, from the heart, and with two juxtaposing colour palettes to represent two very different communities.