OUR SERVICES

We help our clients realise their ideal interior space through a wide range of design and delivery services. The following list illustrates the typical range of services that are required, but this is not restrictive and we do all we can to accommodate specific requirements.

In addition to full house renovations and commercial projects, we also design and install individual, unique & exclusive kitchens and bathrooms.

  • Design consultation
  • Design concepts and design boards
  • Feasibility study
  • Site measurement and assessment
  • Architecture and detail drawings
  • Visualisations and 3D renderings
  • Home AV and cinema design
  • Joinery, fittings and finishes
  • Lighting design
  • Materials and furnishings
  • Budget management
  • Building regulations approval
  • Planning permissions
  • Installation supervision
  • Accessorising

RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS

I get such a buzz working on residential projects as I love the process of discovery I go through with clients. It starts from the moment we meet, form impressions, create a rapport and go through their brief. I then go away and create an interior design that brings their vision to life. I live for that magic moment where I’ve presented my design to the client and I can see that I have understood what they want. That amazing feeling I get when they love how I’ve designed their space is what makes my job so rewarding!

View the residential portfolio

COMMERCIAL PROJECTS

Business owners are increasingly realising that employees work best in a comfortable and inspiring spaces, and that their customers want to feel at home from the moment they enter their premises. My ‘perfectly imperfect’ design philosophy is ideal for creating uplifting workplaces and for clients in a hospitality sector, who are looking to provide comforting and beautiful spaces for their customers.

A recent commission was to design a holistic gym for a wealthy, health conscious clientele. It was clear that the resulting space had to stand out from the competition and really strike a chord with their discerning target audience. My passion for creating comfortable, unique and calming spaces instantly kicked in and the case study below demonstrates my creative and holistic approach to transforming commercial spaces.

View a commercial case study

BESPOKE FURNITURE

Alongside my love of breathing new life into antique furniture, I’m also passionate about designing bespoke pieces for both residential and commercial clients. One such recent project was for El Paradiso Mountain Club, which sits proudly on one of the most beautiful mountain plateaus in St Moritz. With restaurants, lounges and bars, El Paradiso is place to enjoy alpine quality time. With this in mind, I was asked to design a bespoke sofa, which could be easily transported over the snow, and which could be positioned wherever guests could best experience the wonders of the mountain, the breathtaking views and the setting of the sun.

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  • Here is a project we were involved with in Madrid. Looking out over one of the city's main squares, this small, one-bedroom apartment is a perfect example of our style, combining old and new but also cherishing imperfections, letting the beauty of an imperfect piece come through - just as it should.  Learn more about our process on our webpage!
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  • How to create a successful business plan:

Step one: Understanding your business and its needs.
Start with in-depth research: analyse your product and your market to ensure you have the appropriate contextual expertise.

Step two: Three main questions.
Before you start creating your business plan, you should be able to answer these questions:
1) Where do you want to be in 5 years, personally and professionally? 
2) What is your business process?
3) How does your business make money?

Step three: Go visual.
Put your answers and any ideas down on paper. Writing or typing things out helps give you a clear overview of how to get where you want to be. It’s the same for interior designing – once you put your ideas into drawings and other visuals, you can better see your endpoint.

Step four. Don’t be intimidated.
Most business owners are not business experts – they are learning as they go. Therefore, even if you do not have a university degree in business and commerce, don’t be intimidated to start your business plan. You know your business – you’re the expert on it and can work out the details you need to add in.

Step five: Keep it short.
Write your plan in clear, concise language. Here’s why: 
1) You are creating a tool for yourself to run and grow your business. Therefore, it should be easy to use, to understand and to refine over time.
2) Your business plan will be read by people you will work with. You want to keep their interest and inspire them.
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  • Pictures of past projects transport me to different times and life situations. When I see this one, I can't stop thinking about heat and sun - something I'm sure most of us are yearning for after a long winter!  Let us help you create your ideal holiday home which you can reminisce about while working in your office 😊 
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  • Everybody has something unique and beautiful about them. It's important to celebrate what makes individuals who they are, rather than trying to hide or photoshop things out. I believe this is true for spaces too. If a space has something in it you want to fix, take a breath and ask yourself, if by trying to fix it, would you potentially make it worse? But if you were to celebrate that feature, might it become much better than you at first imagined?  Sign up to our Newsletter to learn more about us and our philosophy!
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