Calling all style mavens! Popular interior stylist, designer and author Natalie Walton will be speaking at the International Seminar Series on Thursday 18th July, at Decor + Design & The Australian International Furniture Fair (AIFF).

One of Australia’s most prestigious annual speaking programs for the design industry, the 2024 International Seminar Series will take place in partnership with The Design Files and Cosentino.

Known for simplifying the art and science of creating beautiful interiors, Natalie Walton has gained a worldwide following through her bestselling books and signature program, The Styling Masterclass.

She has helped creatives in more than 40 countries take their interiors to the next level, and is also a mentor through her group coaching program, Design & Grow.

Natalie is the founder of Imprint House, a concept space and design studio based in Byron Bay. Natalie also creates genuine and atmospheric interiors, as well as meaningful products that embrace the principles of simple living.

These ideas are distilled in her beautiful books This is Home: The Art of Simple LivingStill: The Slow HomeStyle: The Art of Creating a Beautiful Home and Home by the Sea, as well as her podcast Imprint with Natalie Walton.

Her work has been featured in publications across the globe, including Elle Decoration, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. She was also Deputy Editor at Real Living for five years.

“In this hyper real technology age, where images rule supreme, our homes have never been more important. They are where we can be ourselves – real and authentic, and create a nurturing environment.”

So when we design or build the layers that make a home, before we look “out there” for products or solutions, we should always look inside first and consider how we want to feel. When we focus on our values, we can create from a place of authenticity.” – Natalie Walton

Don’t miss learning from Natalie at the International Seminar Series at Decor + Design & AIFF, which will take place from 17 – 19 July at Melbourne Exhibition Centre.

Other confirmed speakers include British tastemaker Abigail Ahern, Design Futurist Victoria Redshaw from and hometown Melbourne design hero David Hicks. The program will be released on April 18th – register to visit nowand receive updates on Australia’s No.1 Interiors Trade Event!