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Valentine interiors + design are looking for an interior designer to join us in our Hobart studio.
About you /
• Bachelors degree or equivalent
• Proficiency with ArchiCAD or Vectorworks is desirable
• Demonstrated experience in Adobe Creative Suite
• Minimum 12 months in a client facing design industry role
About the job /
• Designing / documenting residential + commercial interiors
• Listening (really listening), over communicating, challenging the obvious + contributing to a distinctive work culture
• Salary + hours negotiable
About us /
Valentine interiors + design began over 5 years ago. A design studio embracing the unexpected while understanding + connecting with clients in a fun, exuberant and inclusive environment.
Send your
• CV
• Portfolio
• A short written response to each of the following /
01/ What is the most challenging project you have worked on
02/ Which Valentine project catches your eye and why
03/ What will be your unique contribution to Valentine interiors + design
To by 5pm, Wednesday 02 December 2020

Robust character and refined eccentricity

Rusted gates, earthy stone, intriguing artefacts and a touch of the extraordinary. It could only be Clemens Hill Vineyard.

Our concept began with the iconic rusted gates, before weaving its way through each element of the quirky and artistic home. Its robust character and refined eccentricity captured by renowned designers and local craftspeople; Christopher Boots, Lindsey Wherrett and Interia.

What began as a brief for a white bathroom became a celebration of considered materiality, unexpected details and the workmanship of Glenn and Justyn.

Design / Valentine Interiors
Photo / Anjie Blair





The fusion of trust and desire

A single vision, to enmesh art and design into the client’s daily lives. A concept, larger than life and a place for reveries where moments are mused away.
Working with Simon Ancher for pieces that twist and turn. A torched table resembling a guitar plectrum, a spinal wall sculpture and a vertical blackwood leaf form, allowing light to dance through the central void.
Maria Gigney’s metal, grid like architecture is at once unobtrusive and yet strong. Our interior pays tribute to her considered style, weaving, interlocking and creating moments of pause. Black with rich, saturated ochre embracing the unicity of forms.
Natural light teems through the space, expanding the landscape while heightening the differing lines. Trust and desire are fused together in the most arresting way.
Interior design / Valentine Interiors
Photography / Anjie Blair

Welcome Claire Bramich

We are thrilled to welcome interior designer,  Claire Bramich to our team.
Claire specialises in commercial projects, after working for Crone Architects and Plus Architecture in Melbourne. Her recent residential and commercial design work with local team, Potter Projects, has been invaluable in understanding the Tasmanian industry.
Claire graduated with a Bachelor of Environmental Design (Interior) from the University of Tasmania and was presented with the UTAS Interior Design Highest Achiever award. She is a guru in architectural drawing software and currently teaches Interior Design with Jane at Foundry in Hobart.
Claire has a passion for art and drawing, while enjoying the outdoors at Boat Harbour, her own special place. Her outstanding communication skills, bubbly persona and meticulous work ethic is a perfect fit for Valentine interiors + design.

2019 Business Woman of the Year Award

Exciting news!!! It was an honour to win the 2019 Business Woman of the Year in the NAWIC Awards for Excellence, Hobart, Tasmania.

A fabulous night held at MONA by NAWIC (National Association of Women In Construction). Thank you to Sarah Mirowski and my Valentine interiors + design team of valued suppliers for their fantastic support. Thanks also to Optimus Building Surveyors for sponsoring the award. 

Running a small business in Tasmania isn’t easy and it’s an achievement to stay in business for almost 5 years! We are proud of our work culture that we have created and looking forward to an exciting year in 2020.

Thrilled to win this special award, supporting design in Tasmania, women in construction and contributing to our state economy and building industry!

Photography: Karen Brown

Adventure Bay Retreat, The Lair

We were privileged to have worked with our client, Jan Glover, on the interior design for a five star accommodation at Adventure Bay Retreat, The Lair, on Bruny Island. This exquisite retreat showcases Tasmanian furniture design and art to the highest level. 

The beautiful concrete flooring runs throughout the whole accommodation. An opulent rug occupies the living space and complements the outstanding cabinet by Stuart Williams with an image of The Friars off South Bruny.

The interior design for the three bathrooms was carefully considered ensuring they contained a sense of luxury and warmth. The beautiful bespoke basins in each bathroom were designed and made by Hobart ceramicist Lindsey Wherrett. The bowls have a unique texture and have been individually hand thrown. They are a true delight to experience.

The three bedrooms showcase the floating single bed and clipped wing stool in Tas Oak by Simon Ancher. We have introduced some colour and pattern in a contemporary way. In one room there is a monochromatic theme with bold black and white bedding…a fun element. Tasmanian artists Jonathan Partridge, Mandy Renard and Nic Goodwolf feature thoughout the bedrooms and the retreat.

As you descend the staircase, Mandy Renard’s ‘that’s how the light gets in’ looks stunning. It was chosen for it’s dramatic effect, bold colour and movement with the ability to captivate the viewer.

It truly is a sanctuary to be in and was an absolute joy to be involved in the stunning project.

Architecture: Phillip Stary
Client: Jan Glover #adventurebayretreat
Photography: Valentine interiors + design

Winner: Best of Houzz client service 2019

Valentine interiors + design is very proud to be announced as a ‘Best of Houzz winner for 2019’ in the category of client service.

This award is in recognition of the outstanding service we have provided to both our clients and the Houzz community, 2019

We always aim to ensure our client’s are satisfied with the interior design and the customer service that we provide. When designing a kitchen or bathroom we always have an extensive briefing session with the client to establish how a client moves and functions within their existing space. This helps us to gain a clear picture of how the new design must function, as well as having a strong aesthetic appeal.

We believe good communication and listening to our client needs forms the basis of a successful working relationship.




40 Gorgeous Kitchen Islands

We were thrilled to be selected by one of the writers, Niki Bruce, at Houzz to be featured in an article on their site, titled ’40 Gorgeous Kitchen Islands’.
The article talks about the island bench being the norm and the hub of entertainment. The discussion about our kitchen design that was selected revolved around the use of a monochromatic scheme with the sink in the island bench.
Please click on the link below to view the article. Photo credit: Loic Le Guilly.

Vivacious new designer

We welcome Hazel to our team at Valentine interiors + design. She has a vivacious way of designing, loves exploring new solutions, great with people and in her spare time is a volunteer for the Royal Duck Watching Society.

We love having her on our team (although her work productivity is a little slow so far) and you may see her working on future projects with us…either side of her siesta.


tis the season to be jolly

At Valentine interiors + design, we value a happy and enjoyable work culture. We believe a sense of humour and having fun is crucial to the creative process, resulting in a work environment that we are proud of.

We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and thank you all for the ongoing support. Our office is now closed until the 7th January 2019. Please send us an email if you would like a consultation for the New Year.

Fa la la la la, la la la la 🙂