We believe excellent, beautiful design should be accessible to everyone - not reserved as a luxury for a few.

We know that generic finishes are not your style - you want a cohesive scheme that feels elevated, and has a little wow factor to it. And you also want to get good bang for your buck, by investing your funds in higher end finishes, not custom design services.

That's why we created The Pally Box as an alternative to traditional full service design.

Our goal is to help you create a home you love... 

...with the expertise of an interior designer at an affordable price point.

If you don't have a substantial budget for conventional design services, or remarkable DIY skills, the process of creating your dream home can feel lonely, elusive, frustrating and overwhelming without professional input.

The Pally Box bridges this gap with beautifully curated interior schemes, design tips and renovation guidance. It's an affordable way to have access to professional interior design insight. You benefit from our wealth of knowledge, creative thinking and industry experience simplifying your renovation or new build.

A different way
to design your home

choose your pally box

We have a natural, relatable style that manages to feel high-end, fresh and modern, but still accessible and comfortable. 

Our style

"Caireen's eye for design along with the use of different - not your run of the mill - colour and patterns is awesome."

-karla b.

Most days you can find me at my desk with a pile of samples, a cup of tea and a tape measure close to hand. 

With over fifteen years experience in the design and construction industry, I've fallen in love with transforming homes and improving people's way of living through my work. I'm so thrilled to be able to help more people enjoy their homes through The Pally Box.

My friends would tell you that I'm kind, approachable, honest, creative and have a great sense of humour. They might also tell you that I like gin, but that's a whole other conversation best left to another day.

Caireen Kennedy


Mustard yellow, 70's furniture, wallpaper and potatoes. (For the record, I'm always into potatoes, in any form but raw.)

Shiplap, living through a pandemic.



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