As published in The Young Witness Newspaper, March 2019

Tips and Advice from Australia's leading Interior Designers

Kim Knox-Thurn, Principal Designer of The Style Project was invited by Inside Out Magazine to an “Open for Inspection”

Kim Knox-Thurn, Principal Designer of The Style Project was invited by Luxaflex Home Furnishings to view their PowerView Motorisation.

As published in The Daily Telegraph Sydney

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In November 2014 Kim Knox-Thurn was featured as an expert in an article on The Best Home Improvements.

Re-Love Project

Relove resolution

style overhaul

Kim Knox-Thurn

Project: The Glamour Chest – Chest of Drawers

Kim Knox-Thurn is the Principal of Sydney-based firm The Style Project, a full-service Interior Design business that specialises in bringing style to living and workspaces that reflect the owner’s or companies’ personality while providing the function desired. Kim is also an award-winning gardener and her favourite pastime is rescuing unloved furniture from the side of the road and transforming it into a piece anyone would be proud to have in their home. Kim also loves sharing inspirations on The Style Project Blog, which features the latest trends and accessories for savvy design lovers.

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Kim Knox Thurn

Four renowned interior designers transformed the Kate Owen Gallery in a unique installation that fuses contemporary interior design & aboriginal art and The Style Project was one of those design firms selected to participate.

Grand Designs Live

Grand Designs Live came to Sydney in October 2013 and the following interviews took place.

Up on the big screen

The Style Project recently sponsored an outdoor cinema event.  Here we are up on the big screen …

Outdoor Cinema

Northside Magazine

Northside Magazine published an article and some fabulous images on my home.

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