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A STYLISH ABODE

“I’M NOT A FAN OF EXCESS AND OVER FURNISHING. IT’S REALLY ABOUT PURITY OF MATERIALS—A SLEEK AND VERY LUXURIOUS LOOK”

Former fashion designer Nina Maya has taken her stylish credentials—dressing the likes of Jennifer Hawkins and Cate Blanchett—and moved effortlessly into creating the most interesting homes for clients, including her growing family.

Pregnant with her first child—a boy due mid May-Maya, 36, reasons there are strong parallels between the two creative endeavours. “It’s all the same skill set in a sense: colours, textures and form. And I think it’s such an honour to go into someone’s home and design the space that they are going to live in.”

While the interior designer’s signature style has developed over

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