Design Service

Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere. Albert Einstein 

Whether you’re looking for a pair of curtains, decorating just one room or an entire house from scratch it’s important to achieve a home that’s right for you. The budget is always discussed at the outset. 

 

I I always feel a mood board is essential when decorating a room. After the initial meeting, taking the client’s instructions, the early part of the design process involves getting together samples of wall colours, upholstery and curtain or blind fabrics and images.

A second meeting is then set up to look through everything together, usually over a cup of coffee, and get a feel for which way the design is going to go.

A mood board is then prepared. It’s an invaluable way to see how all the colours and textures are going to work together and it really helps to get a feel for the design style.

Also, at this point any tweaks can be made to the design scheme so that everyone’s happy before work on the room commences.