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Dominique Tiller’s style is the embodiment of laid back luxe.

An opulent international aesthetic infused with an effortless Australian feel, designed to respond to our unique, sun drenched landscape and love for outdoor living.

Thus, she favours natural materials and beautiful, layered textures to provide tactility and warmth to her classic, contemporary interiors.

Extensively travelled and an alumni of the American Design School, London, Dominique Tiller spent her formative design years with renowned English designer Kelly Hoppen, honing her skills on a range of projects from high- end private residences for royalty and 5 star hotels, to the development of Hoppen’s product range.

Since returning to Perth, Dominique Tiller has garnered a reputation for her uniquely Australian take on refined luxury for the residential and commercial market, specialising in top-end hotels and commercial holiday retreats.

Her projects have seen her work through Asia in Jakarta, Bangkok and Singapore, and across Australia from Broome to Sydney down to Port Lincoln, South Australia.

She regularly sources directly and liases with overseas manufacturers and suppliers within Asia and Europe, particularly for the furnishing of the resorts where all items are custom-designed and manufactured.

Dominique Tiller believes that creating a successful interior solution is all about connecting the space with its environment in order to create continuity and a sense of ‘visual comfort’.

The interior design should complement, not compete with, the external environment, while at the same time reflecting the individual needs of the client.

“I thoroughly believe that our interior spaces and the environment we live in have a huge impact on our sense of well-being and happiness,” she says.

To this end, Dominique Tiller works closely with her clients to create spaces that not only reflect their personality and design sensibilities but also help to restore their sense of balance.

“We have become so work-oriented, time poor and often disconnected that our living spaces should nurture us, provide comfort and help us reconnect with ourselves … they need to be more heart than head.”

Dominique Tiller achieves this by attempting to engage all the senses not only through the use of ‘warm’,  tactile materials like stone and timber and high quality, natural fabrics like linen, silk and cashmere, but also with careful lighting design which can totally transform how a space feels and how we connect with it.

To further facilitate this reconnection, Dominique Tiller is an advocate of the ‘smart’ home: of well designed spaces that adopt time saving devices such as smart wiring; motorised window treatments; waste disposal chutes and the like.

These low maintenance environments, she believes, allow the client to get on with living their life, rather than spending time tending to it.

“My aim is to create resolved, functional and innovative design solutions to suit each client,” she says.

“It is all about establishing what is most important to them, how they live their lives, and what, ultimately, brings them happiness and enjoyment.”

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