Darren Palmer

On Application
NSW, Australia
A designer, writer and speaker, and known for his stylish and classic interior designs, Darren Palmer is an established and well-regarded member of the design community.
 
Darren has a range of experience, having studied fine art and originally starting his career in advertising and owning his own graphic design company. After succumbing to his true passion, Darren now operates his interior design studio and has contributed to GQ Australia, Luxury Home Design, Renovate and Grand Designs Australia Magazine and also features as a judge on Channel 9's successful franchise "The Block".
 
He works primarily in residential design and has completed many beautiful projects over the years, with his work gracing the pages of Belle, Grand Designs Australia Magazine, Design Decoration Annual, Real Living and Renovate Magazine to name just a few.
 
Darren enjoys sharing his expertise and point of view and is regularly employed to speak about his experiences, including MC'ing the media launch and presenting a seminar at Decoration+Design 2012 as well as teaching the key points of adding value to property through design and hosting design sessions at Coco Republic Design School. Darren is also the face of myLJHooker - an extensive online property library.
 
With relationships with brands such as Carpet Court, Caesarstone, Nespresso, myLJhooker, Anomaly and Bunnings, Darren is an exciting ambassador, presenter and representative with a prestigious, aspirational positioning.
 
Darren maintains that the most important quality of an interior designer is to be true to your own aesthetic, as it is the most important factor in developing and evolving your own signature style.
 
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