Photo of the 5 women making up the Cranberry Design Interior Design Team.



Principal Designer

Practice Member- Design Institute of Australia

Since designer Wendy Davey established Cranberry Design in 2010, she has transformed countless homes around Australia. A fully qualified Designer and Interior Stylist, Wendy is known for her keen sense of colour, her love of natural materials and for creating designs that matter. Wendy not only brings a wealth of experience, creativity, and passion to your project but her friendly and approachable style makes for an enjoyable experience. Her work has been featured in Australian House & Garden, Home Adore, InsideOut, Real Living, Home Beautiful and DomainOffering a highly personalised design service, Wendy's focuses on creating well designed functional homes that reflect her clients' individuality and lifestyle needs.


Studio Manager

Working closely with Wendy, Marika is the queen of organisation and ensures that our clients are kept up to date and that your project runs smoothly and to budget. With a keen eye for design and some renovations of her own under her belt, Marika is an integral part of the team, dedicated to supporting her colleagues and clients in having a wonderful experience while achieving incredible final projects.


B.Arch Melb Uni

Sharing office space and collaborating on projects,  Felicity of Saltbox Design can offer our clients attainable and economical residential building design and documentation services for all size jobs. Having worked on projects from bathroom renovations to complete new builds, Felicity aims to maximise the value of your home and lifestyle with a focus on environmental efficiency and personalised service.


Creative Content Manager

Sammy has worked across a variety of industries within a marketing, communications, and project management capacity. As a lifelong friend of Wendy with a serious obsession for interior design, it seemed serendipitous when a Cranberry position became available.  When not scrolling socials for design inspiration, you’ll find her head stuck in an interior magazine - always with a coffee in hand!