Petrina Turner Design is a Melbourne based multi-disciplinary design practice offering over 20 years experience and a personal approach to each project. The studio covers a broad range of design services including residential and commercial interiors, styling, and product design and development.
Designer Petrina Turner offers an holistic approach to her clients’ needs to create personal, bespoke spaces that enhance the way they engage with their world, while drawing on her sophisticated, and sometimes-whimsical interpretation of a brief.
Petrina is a multi-passionate designer, stylist and maker. She has a love of mid-century architecture and design, contemporary furniture and lighting, lush textiles and a passion for the power of colour. Petrina’s inspiration can be found travelling to far off places and collaborating with local Australian designers and craftspeople.
Her childhood memories included seeing her mothers beautiful creations as a talented tailoress, and tiny, nimble fingers strengthened at an early age sewing jewel-like buttons onto discarded scraps of fabric that fell to the floor as her mother worked.
Petrina Turner Design offers a rounded approach to projects, beginning with the initial client meeting, through the design concept to project delivery.
Creative offerings including:
• Interior and exterior concept design and development
• Project management of interior projects
• Bespoke furniture, lighting and accessories
• Colour consultancy
• Finishes and fixtures selection
• Product design and development
• Custom kitchen, bathroom & joinery design
• Styling for special events & photography
At Petrina Turner Design we believe that the best experiences for clients are created with exceptional detail, integrity, joy... and perhaps a little of the unexpected.
... that your environment plays a huge role in how you feel, and that everyone deserves a beautiful space to nurture their soul.
... that education is the key to knowledge and there is always more to learn... and share.
.. that creativity, business and social justice are not mutually exclusive and that each can enhance the others.