Great interior design is reflective of the mood and lifestyle of those that inhabit the space. It is classic and contemporary, high and low, eclectic and fearless. The OMI design treatment is deliberate and represents the style and confidence of those who live in the space.

A space that has had the OMI treatment is a colourful mélange of materials, a merging of both modern and sentimental style. Collecting satisfies our emotional, aesthetic and intellectual needs. Whether it is an occasional pastime or an all-consuming passion, collecting is a hobby that opens doors to new worlds. As a collector himself, Lloyd Hodgkinson – Principal Designer at Oliver Mark Interiors, knows first-hand that it can be a happy, positive and enriching experience. There is nothing the OMI brand loves more than incorporating ones collectables into the tapestry of the homes interior.

Over the past decade, Lloyd Hodgkinson has been affiliated with one of Australia’s leading Interior Design Firms – John Croft Design – whose work took the firm into many fine homes and apartments across Australia.

The OMI brand is fresh and exciting and is fast becoming renowned for creating a distinctive and playful style that draws inspiration in equal measure from colour, pattern and classical detail. This ensures that the room is just right – both for the client, and for the building.

About OMI

About OMI

Lloyd . O. M . Hodgkinson – Principal

I have always enjoyed being surrounded by collections, things that jog my memory and colours that make me feel comfortable. I think my appreciation for these immensely personal emotions give me a real understanding of their importance in a home. For the past 11 years I was fortunate enough to work with renowned Brisbane interior design firm John Croft Design, who’s rich 37-year heritage in the Australian design industry deservedly earned them the reputation as one of the best. It was under the guidance of John Croft that I learned the importance of colour and pattern in interior decorating and developed a deep respect for the grand practitioners of design.

“Of course we live in a world saturated by images; there are so many choices, and it’s the abundance of choices that makes confidently building a room’s personality challenging for people, this is where I come into the picture.”

There is nothing I love more than being captured by a room that has its own presence. It is my goal to create homes that respect traditional design concepts yet reflect individualism. I truly believe the selection of quality fabrics and furniture will stand the test of time. A home should have you lingering amongst a mix of existing pieces and specifically selected pieces, it should have colour and pattern but most importantly have warmth by layering dissimilar objects amongst family photographs and art.

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