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Creating exquisite spaces

At Studio Trio, creating exquisite spaces is what drives us, it’s what inspires us, it’s at the heart of everything we do. Because we believe a beautiful interior has the power to enrich, to invigorate, to elevate: To totally transform our everyday.

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HOUSE & GARDEN magazine

Joinery design can be challenging in an irregularly shaped space – which is exactly how this Sydney kitchen could be described. “It took us a while to get it just right,” says interior designer Lauren. “This 1960s house is hexagonal in shape so there are some tricky angles to work around.” Her solution was to create narrow floor-to-ceiling cupboards in vibrant Dulux Billiard Ball and team them with drawers in the island bench.

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HOUSE & GARDEN magazine

When it came to deciding on the palette for the rejuvenation of a dull and dated Sydney ensuite, Lauren Mahoney of Studio Trio didn’t have to look far for inspiration. She directed her attention to the townhouse’s idyllic harbourside setting. A watery expanse of glazed sea-green hexagonal tiles now washes over the bathroom floor and shower feature wall, providing an enchanting contrast to crisp white fixtures and finishes.

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To do its impressive design legacy justice, a 1960s hexagonal house in Sydney got the right kind of renovation for the freestyling family of five who live there. Style of home A double-storey 1960s hexagonal house that’s been turned into a contemporary mid-century-stye mansion. The seven-month renovation was completed in December 2019.

House & Garden

This narrow 1880s Sydney terrace punches above its weight thanks to smart spatial planning and a dynamic decorating approach. The three-bedroom property was built in 1884 as part of a development of workers’ terraces. All were narrow (this one is just shy of 4m), with compact rooms and creaky old staircases.


When it comes to client approvals, “I think I’ve died and gone to heaven” is a pretty good sign that you’ve nailed the brief. This was the positive feedback that Lauren Mahoney, the creative director and owner of Sydney interior designers Studio Trio, received when she presented her client, Simone, with the plans for the growing family’s soon-to-be renovated bathroom and ensuite.

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