Bronnie Masefau is a working mum, the wife of a Preacher, a business owner and a bestselling author. Her design portfolio includes projects around Australia, as well as internationally. Her commercial interiors have featured in the prestigious ‘Andrew Martin Design Review’ (UK) and her residential work is regularly featured in both local and international design magazines.
Bronnie has lectured within the Design Industry, throughout the past 15 years. Bronnie has been a mentor to those in the industry bringing clarity and purpose to both design and the business of design.
Bronnie’s career commenced in the commercial design and fit out arena 30 years ago - where she won awards and recognition. While she remains active in this arena, Bronnie identifies as more of a homemaker than an interior designer.
Bronnie Masefau’s philosophy focuses on the ability to create a backdrop for life’s events. It’s this enthusiasm that has led her to produce the beautiful books Australian Vintage Living - Putting the Heart Back into Home, Australian Vintage Living - Making Anywhere Home, Inspiring Through Creative Design and her most recent book The Meaning of Home – A Place to Belong, with pages full of inspiring images and practical advice on how you can turn your house into a Home that is embraced by all.