Why hire an interior designer?

Decorators provide an incredible service because their forte is knowing and understanding form and function and marrying the two in a space.

We can assist clients in need of tying pieces together, or those who simply don’t have the time to create a functional, stylish space due to their busy day to day schedules.

We are particularly good at blending what you need with what you like to create a perfect result.
Our Decorators can save you a great deal of time and money as they can see the potential of a space and turn it into a beautiful area that reflects your style. Their professional assessment can help you find items that you can repurpose or reupholster so you don’t necessarily have to replace every single piece.  The use of a decorator can also increase the value of your home. A great interior can help boost buyer appeal and set your home above the competition.

Our decorators can keep you on budget, we have a network and resources for all things home related that can save you time and effort. We’ll also give you a realistic picture of what can be achieved within the scope of your budget.

Our designer or decorator will be able to bridge any gap between yourself and the architect or contractor to avoid any design problems in your overall plan. They are able to see a space and ensure that the lighting and furnishing needs are addressed prior to completion.

Our Designers/Decorators can help to give you that ‘pulled together’ look. They are trained to know scale, proportion, ,size colour and texture, They are trained to think differently, spatially and to see an overall picture that clients often cannot. They see how the light enters a room and use that as an element in the design process. They’ll find cohesion between the interior and exterior spaces, our decorators can potentially add a great deal to the aesthetic of your home, they are constantly exposed to the latest in products and design trends.

In many cases decorating is an overwhelming task, our decorators will allow you to enjoy the process without the stress.

The process

1

Room Purpose

Deciding your Room’s Purpose is the first most important step – Will the room be used to entertain, or is it a family room that will be used everyday to watch tv in, or will it be a relaxation room.

2

Consistency

There must be continuity and a consistent look and feel through the home to create a flow because spaces always connect.

3

Budget

Work within a reasonable budget to achieve the desired look and feel.

4

Floorplan

Create a floor Plan – dimensions  and measurements are an integral part of design and décor as they allow you to manage spaces in order to maximise functionality.

5

Signature Piece

Starting With a Signature Piece will give the inspiration for the rest of the room and Choosing a colour palette will create harmony.

6

Personal Style

You’ll be involved in the design process to ensure your space is personalised and unique to your taste.

7

Stay Neutral

Limit trendy pieces, rather stay neutral for the larger pieces in a space add colour with scatters, art and rugs.

8

Art

Always scale artwork and mirrors to a wall.

9

Lighting

Lighting is an integral part of completing your look, it sets the mood. A layered lighting scheme including both task and ambient lighting are dependant on the purpose of the room.

Why hire an interior designer?

Decorators provide an incredible service because their forte is knowing and understanding form and function and marrying the two in a space.

We can assist clients in need of tying pieces together, or those who simply don’t have the time to create a functional, stylish space due to their busy day to day schedules.

We are particularly good at blending what you need with what you like to create a perfect result.
Our Decorators can save you a great deal of time and money as they can see the potential of a space and turn it into a beautiful area that reflects your style. Their professional assessment can help you find items that you can repurpose or reupholster so you don’t necessarily have to replace every single piece.  The use of a decorator can also increase the value of your home. A great interior can help boost buyer appeal and set your home above the competition.

Our decorators can keep you on budget, we have a network and resources for all things home related that can save you time and effort. We’ll also give you a realistic picture of what can be achieved within the scope of your budget.

Our designer or decorator will be able to bridge any gap between yourself and the architect or contractor to avoid any design problems in your overall plan. They are able to see a space and ensure that the lighting and furnishing needs are addressed prior to completion.

Our Designers/Decorators can help to give you that ‘pulled together’ look. They are trained to know scale, proportion, ,size colour and texture, They are trained to think differently, spatially and to see an overall picture that clients often cannot. They see how the light enters a room and use that as an element in the design process. They’ll find cohesion between the interior and exterior spaces, our decorators can potentially add a great deal to the aesthetic of your home, they are constantly exposed to the latest in products and design trends.

In many cases decorating is an overwhelming task, our decorators will allow you to enjoy the process without the stress.

The process

1

Room Purpose

Deciding your Room’s Purpose is the first most important step – Will the room be used to entertain, or is it a family room that will be used everyday to watch tv in, or will it be a relaxation room.

2

Consistency

There must be continuity and a consistent look and feel through the home to create a flow because spaces always connect.

3

Budget

Work within a reasonable budget to achieve the desired look and feel.

4

Floorplan

Create a floor Plan – dimensions  and measurements are an integral part of design and décor as they allow you to manage spaces in order to maximise functionality.

5

Signature Piece

Starting With a Signature Piece will give the inspiration for the rest of the room and Choosing a colour palette will create harmony.

6

Personal Style

You’ll be involved in the design process to ensure your space is personalised and unique to your taste.

7

Stay Neutral

Limit trendy pieces, rather stay neutral for the larger pieces in a space add colour with scatters, art and rugs.

8

Art

Always scale artwork and mirrors to a wall.

9

Lighting

Lighting is an integral part of completing your look, it sets the mood. A layered lighting scheme including both task and ambient lighting are dependant on the purpose of the room.