Friday Files by: BOYAC – Designer Discovery Melinda Boundy

Friday Files by: BOYAC – Designer Discovery Melinda Boundy


Designer Discovery




BOYAC sat down with Melinda Boundy, owner and principal interior designer of Lily G. Creating beautifully layered homes, Melinda reflects her client’s personalities and creates beautiful spaces that are mindful of their individual lifestyles.


Melinda’s work has been featured in National magazines, House & Garden, Australia’s Women’s Weekly, Australian Vogue and Queensland Homes, featured twice on the cover. Boundy credits her success to her naturally accessible style which embraces a classic yet relaxed aesthetic. Her regular travels to both New York and the Hamptons, gives her fresh inspiration which helps translate her vision into every home she decorates.



Most interesting part of your job?

Being part of a client’s journey in transforming their homes. Love the process of all the elements falling into place.

It’s always a thrill to see my crazy creative process become a tangible and beautiful space.


When did you first become interested in design as a career?

I studied Theatre Design at College and have always had a passion for art and decorating. I became interested as soon as I discovered that you could make a career out doing what I loved…about 12 years of age. Ask my mother she had to endure the remodelling, redecorating continually.


Who/what would you consider your biggest design inspirations at the moment?

I am heavily influenced by Meg Braff, Tom Scheerer and of course Ralph Lauren


What has been your greatest achievement in your career?

3 Magazine covers so far!! I am always humbled by feedback I receive from the general public and how well received my work is (my clients happiness and the looks on their faces are my biggest achievements).

Also moving the business inner city to Newstead was a huge undertaking and one we have never regretted.


Where do you plan to take your career from here?

Lots of big things in the pipeline. We are always exploring new avenues and have an opportunity to consult on a Movie project (shhh)


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