Contract interiors working along with architects on large projects from drawing stage to installation and bespoke residential interiors with personal clients any size.
What inspired you to be an interior designer?
At an early age I found myself being fascinated by colour and textiles as well as having a desire to create. This grew into a passion and love for good design and after completing a masters in product design I decided that interiors was an area I could grow and develop this passion. I find creating a concept and scheme and bringing it to fruition truly rewarding.
If they were to make a toy action figure of you, what would your accessory be?
Pillar box red lipstick of course. It is the power you give things and for me choosing bold makes you feel bold.
To what degree have you actually controlled the course your life within the design world has taken?
I have taken every opportunity to engulf myself into the design world I have been involved within it for over 40 years now and that is through choice. I am very fortunate to love my work.
What would be your dream interior project?
Chalet Soho House.
What’s something you know you do differently than most people?
I am not afraid of colour and mixing styles, I love to be bold and use colour and ensure it works.
If you could go back in time and speak to your adolescent self, what advice would you give them about the design world?
It can be easy to get drawn into design fades but don’t be afraid to break the rules and experiment to get the masterpiece rather than the mediocre.
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