Interior Images has been supplying hotels in New Zealand with luxury hotel cosmetics for two decades. Established in Melbourne in 1998, Interior Images was created by entrepreneur and accommodation connoisseur, Val Harding.

Driven by her lifelong passion for travel and her experience as an interior designer, Harding was the first to import quality international brands into these underserved markets.

Twenty years on, Interior Images boasts the largest and most diverse portfolio of international and domestic marquee brands. Representing the great perfumers of Europe, old and new apothecaries of the U.S., and the best home-grown skincare ranges, Interior Images constantly reviews and expands its catalogue to ensure it includes the latest innovations and is relevant to hotels and their guests.

"I'm an entrepreneur at heart, so it's in my nature to constantly search for the next opportunity. That's why we recently entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with Frette linens, an exciting new chapter for us," said Harding.


Given its reputation for conducting business with integrity, international brands such as Bulgari, Molton Brown, REN, and Malin+Goetz, seek Interior Images when they expand into the territory.

"Val Harding and her team epitomise the personal touch, intimately understand hospitality and have an aesthetic sensibility that we can trust to ensure our brand is featured in like-minded properties," said Rob Hoyt, President of California-based, LATHER, Inc.

To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Interior Images has launched a new website and will debut several new brands this year. They're streamlining their warehousing and delivery services in New Zealand and will be debuting a new liquid amenity packaging concept that saves 68 percent of the carbon dioxide produced from a typical 30ml bottle, an advancement certain to appeal to eco-minded travellers and hoteliers alike.

"I couldn't be more pleased with what we've accomplished, and I feel we've only just begun," Harding said.

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