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Everything bold is new again

Is it too late to wish you a Happy New Year? We think not!
So welcome back and here’s to a big, bold and even more colourful year ahead for all of us.

Because if January is anything to go by, 2015 is already shaping up as a very happy new year indeed for Greg Natale.

Greg’s new world of wallpapers just launched

Inspired by classical and modern Greek motifs and named after distant constellations, legendary hotels, verdant enclaves and the Greek alphabet itself, Greg’s latest range of sumptuous handcrafted wallpapers for Porter’s Paints celebrates his enduring love of pattern.

Whether it’s his sophisticated Hellenica, Astoria and Arbor geometric designs or the more organic, unconstrained Aquarius and Iota patternations, Collection II fuses dynamism with precision to deliver a signature wallpaper range that is wall-to-wall Greg Natale.

View the full collection of 31 designs and colours at Porter’s Paints.

Greg’s kaleidoscopic approach to tile design

Patterned tiles have been enjoying a resurgence thanks in equal parts to their classic and contemporary designs, fresh colour palettes from manufacturers and the growing popularity of their hard-wearing practicality for spaces beyond just bathrooms and kitchens.

Greg has collaborated with Sydney-based Teranova for the first time to launch a range inspired by the Italian tiles of his heritage:

  • Optical – warm, bold and intricate, with detailed graphic lines.
  • Triangle – sharp, bright and energetic, a proportional play on pattern.
  • Circle – clean, serene and simple, blending organics with graphics.
  • Hexagon – delicate, playful and light, a softer choice.

Triangle and Circle are also cleverly designed so that the individual tiles can be rotated and reconfigured, like a kaleidoscope, to achieve various patterned effects.

View Greg’s striking range of Teranova tiles here or call Teranova on (02) 9958 3344

House & Garden: It’s a family affair

Splashed across eight glorious pages of the February issue of House & Garden is Greg’s re-imagining of his sister Sarina’s family home. As the feature notes, Greg has once again applied his singular fusion of design and decoration to transform ‘poky into palatial’.

Read the full feature here

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For more background on Greg, visit Wikipedia