Having recently moved into this 2 bedroomed cottage, the homeowner requested a complete restyling, with new furnishings throughout. The tranquil space and fresh scheme reflected her love of the surrounding countryside
Creating a colour scheme that flowed throughout the ground floor, yet allowing each area to have its own identity was key. The collection of mirrors adjacent to the bifold doors in the dining area allows all seated guests to enjoy the view outside.
Expert styling that up-cycles your existing items alongside some well considered additions may be all that’s required to enhance your guests’ experience and help your business stand out from the crowd. Photography and styling packages available.
This townhouse was styled before estate agent photographs were taken, ready for sale. Showing off the space and architectural features ensured a quick and profitable sale. We worked primarily with the home’s existing furniture and possessions.
The new owners wanted a complete re-styling of this 8 bedroom guesthouse, ready for their new website launch. This now-thriving business was completed over several phases and continues to receive highly positive feedback from guests.
With such a large waiting room area, the seating layout was updated with a selection of zones in which to sit, creating a more relaxing environment. The company’s logo and colours were also introduced throughout for a stronger brand identity.
I am fortunate to have worked with several photographers over the years, in the studio and on location. From stationary to furniture and many other wonderful items in-between. Photography and styling packages available.
Interior design templates were created for a new rental concept being developed across the country. I worked in collaboration with my clients’ strong vision for stylish accommodation inspired by the use of industrial materials.
A more user-friendly and welcoming ambience was requested for this busy tailoring business. Good lighting and storage were a crucial element of the design. A brand logo and improved outside signage were also addressed.
Clear, focused and eye-catching displays were created for this boutique selling beautifully curated home and fashion. Regular changes to displays is crucial in retail to re-ignite the imagination and curiosity of customers and maximise sales.
It was a real pleasure styling Schmidt showroom in Clifton, Bristol. Their contemporary and traditional kitchen and interior solutions just needed a few accessories to enhance (rather than distract from) their stunning ranges.
8 rooms were addressed in just 3 days, with a £600 budget for additional items. The rooms were styled to strengthen their visual appeal for a broad demographic of potential buyers. Items not required were packed up ready for moving day.
This homeowner wanted to make the most of the beautiful items that had been collected from around the world. Colour, layout and lighting were discussed for added comfort and drama, with a few well-considered items added to complete the look.
A more effective furniture layout was provided. Existing items were given a fresh new look and a few well-considered purchases were also suggested. The home owner couldn’t believe the transformation we made within 3 days and a modest budget.