Her unique aesthetic and approach to design attracts an enviable client base, mostly composed of celebrities, film and music industry stars, as well as opinion leaders and tastemakers from all around the world.
Growing up in Chelsea and educated in Switzerland, she lived in Paris after graduation. Here began a lifelong love affair with the ultra-chic interiors of the hôtels particuliers.
Her travels took her to Los Angeles at a time when 'mid-century modern' was unknown in London. Influenced by John Lautner and the maximalist homes furnished by set designer Tony Duquette, and inspired by the furniture of Milo Baughman, Paul Evans and Willy Rizzo, her own style began to emerge.
Working as a fashion writer for Vogue back in London, Trilbey also designed her own capsule collection which was taken by storm in stores worldwide. However, her lifetime love for interiors eventually prevailed and she is now in high demand as an interior designer. "You will never see two houses the same." Good thing, as most of her clients are confidential with NDA's as the norm. "Each of my projects is a unique exploration of curiosity and experimentation. The unexpected choices give these spaces a real spirit and edge. It will never be beige!"