An Interior Designer led project in a loft conversion, showing an upcycled bathroom vanity unit in dark wood, with a round crackle glaze washbowl.

A well-designed interior should fit like a glove to those who call it home. Function, aesthetics and feeling, all perfectly balanced.

However, creating an ‘effortless’ looking interior actually takes, well, a lot of effort. And that’s likely why you’re here.

  • Maybe you don’t know where to start?
  • Maybe you can’t see beyond what’s already there?
  • Maybe you’re overwhelmed by all the choices?
  • Maybe you just don’t have the time or inclination?

We do.  Imagining, designing and delivering award-winning interiors is our passion.

This, coupled with our own bespoke cabinetry services and our long-standing relationships with trusted trades, means we deliver our unique interiors with the same exceptional skill and attention to detail from concept to completion.  

“From the outset Zoe was infectiously enthusiastic, extremely easy to work with and not only ‘got’ what we wanted, she took it to another level, including projecting our personalities into the spaces. Zoe generated some really innovative ideas that frankly we never would have thought of ourselves. Our home is transformed. More fun, more sociable, and we love it!”

Caroline and Rob Hill. Whole house design and transformation. 

Our Interior Design Service

Full Interior Design

A complete interior design service, working together to define and fulfil your design brief. Including;

Concept designs

  • Mood-boards
  • High-level floor plans

Detailed designs

  • Scaled floor plans and layouts
  • Lighting and electrical plans
  • Bespoke cabinetry and furniture designs
  • Material and colour specifications
  • Product sourcing lists
  • Rendered visuals
  • Implementation notes

Interior Design Concept to Completion

Everything in our full interior design service, plus the implementation of your designs. Including;

  • Time planning
  • Budget management
  • Engaging and managing trades or working alongside your contractors
  • Fulfilling sourcing lists and co-ordinating delivery
  • Build and installation of bespoke joinery
  • Site visits and inspections
  • Final styling

2hr Interior Design Consultation

These short, focussed, one-off sessions are ideal if;

  • You have ideas in mind, but want the opportunity to ask questions and test your ideas with an expert
  • you want to review your architects’ drawings from an interiors angle before pressing forward with your build.
  • You’re stuck with a very specific problem and can’t see a way forward


A custom made green headboard in boucle fabric, with rustic iron wall light and metal tripod style bedside table.


We’d love to talk to you about your project. Get in touch to find out how we can help you. 

Every client is different, and every project is unique, so we aim to tailor our approach specifically to your needs. However, this will usually be structured around the following key stages;

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We’ll meet in your home to understand the full scope of your brief; your needs and wants, your budget and timescales and prepare a proposal for your project.

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Concept Design

We develop a design narrative specific to you, presented as digital mood boards and sketched layouts, to discuss and agree the creative direction for your project.

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Visuals & Layout

Next we’ll move to detailed drawings including, Scaled floor plans. 2d and 3d elevations, Lighting and electrical plans, Bespoke Cabinetry designs

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Here we define the spaces in more detail. Selecting and sampling fixtures & fittings, colours and decorative finishes, alongside detailed designs for bespoke cabinetry and custom pieces. 

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We manage the manage the implementation of your finished designs. From sourcing and scheduling, through organisation and management of trades to final styling and handover.


We’d love to talk to you about your project. Get in touch to find out how we can help you. 

Frequently Asked Questions
What does an Interior Designer do?

Contrary to popular belief, Interior Designers don’t just pick wall colours or plump cushions. Yes, that’s part of what we do, but in reality, it’s just a tiny part.

Our role is to make sure that spaces, be they single rooms or entire houses, balance the homeowner’s lifestyle needs and design aspirations in perfect harmony. That includes spatial planning, layout and flow, lighting plans, window dressings, furniture sourcing, colour schemes, fixtures and fittings, managing trades and suppliers, right through to the final dressing.

We remove the stress and overwhelm of a project to help you clarify your vision, and meticulously plan every little detail to create the home of your dreams.

When should I hire an Interior Designer?

In short, as soon as you make the decision to renovate, extend, build or refresh.

Engaging an Interior Designer at the same time as talking to your builder, architect or decorator, means we can be part of the conversation and consider the plans from an interior function and design perspective, so your transformation is as perfect as can be.  

On many occasions we’ve suggested fundamental changes, from moving walls and doors to complete relocation of spaces, which have delivered much better results for our clients and avoided some very costly mistakes further down the line.

Why should I work with you?

As you’ll hopefully see from our portfolio, social channels and client feedback, we’ve already transformed the homes of many a happy client, which we’ve done by developing open, collaborative, close relationships.

Together with our trusted trade partners, we take the time to understand your goals and aspirations so we can truly deliver designs that represent your lifestyle and needs perfectly. Giving you the confidence to take a creative leap.

Can I afford an Interior Designer?

Put another way, can you afford not to?

You’re committed to investing in your home, financially, emotionally and often physically. Planning a renovation or build is a hugely time-consuming and complex process, with hundreds of decisions to make along the way.

The cost of hiring an Interior Designer who’ll relieve you of those burdens, and help you make the right decisions, will most certainly help you avoid costly mistakes and free you to enjoy the transformation process.

How do you work?

Every project and every client is different so we don’t have a rigid formula to our approach. That said, there will be many common factors in the way we deliver a design, which we’ve set out above as a guide to what you can expect.

One thing that’s constant, we always begin with a free introductory phone call, lasting around 20 minutes. This gives us the opportunity to get to know a bit more about you and your project, and for you to find out a little more about us.

What type of projects do you work on?

From single rooms to whole houses, from bathrooms to bespoke kitchens, from mid-century modern to farmhouse cottages, we’ve worked on them all.

Our designs are influenced by our clients; their homes, their passions and their personalities.

We love the opportunity to engage from the outset and challenge ideas to design creative, unique spaces that truly represent their owners.

Why do you offer bespoke cabinetry?

We’ve found that in at least 80% of Interior Design projects there’s a requirement for bespoke cabinetry, either to meet the style brief, deliver the required functionality, or both.

We have a unique combined skill-set that means we can design, make and deliver all under one roof, giving us total control over the process and allowing us to be 100% focussed on our clients.

What areas do you work in? Will you travel?

We operate in Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Solihull and the Northern Cotswolds because we’re big on the face-to-face approach.

However, we can also deliver remote design consultation if the project and client requirements are suitable. Get in touch to discuss.

Can I see examples of your work?

You can see a selection of our completed projects on our Portfolio page and some more detailed project journeys over on our diary page. You can also find out what we’re currently up to over on our social media platforms.