“Passionate about people and their spaces”

We believe that interior design is about more than just aesthetics. It’s about finding creative design solutions for interior environments while supporting the health, safety and well-being of occupants, and enhancing their quality of life. 

Founded in 2004, Hay Design is a full service design team, featuring a creative group of professionals. Our senior team members have been in the industry for 20+ years and have extensive experience in residential, commercial and institutional interior design, including managing multi-disciplinary teams.

We believe that every interior space needs to accomplish three key objectives: it must support the people who use it, it must support the activities that are performed there, and it must support the image and goals of the building owner.

No matter the nature of the space—home, office, industrial, retail, recreation, health care, restaurant and more—every interior environment needs to be functional, flexible and future-focused.

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Hay Design Furnishings + Décor was born from a passion to showcase beautiful, unique furnishings and décor to suit any home, lifestyle and budget.  Timeless and classic; sophisticated, but chic; edgy, but stylish.  These are some of the guiding principles for sourcing and collecting an ever-evolving mix of modern day, one-of-a-kind and vintage furnishings, lighting, rugs, and décor.

We have evolved from our landmark store in Perth to an online destination for home-décor enthusiasts and designers. The needs and style of our clientele continually push us to grow, develop and evolve, offering an exciting collection of products along with the highest level of service. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Reach out to us. Our design team is available to assist and direct you to the perfect piece you are searching for to fit your style, space and budget.

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Our historic store front, above right, was captured by local artist John Shea, who's work showcases the distinctive stone architecture of the local area in his iconic watercolour paintings.