Initial Consultation

Meeting either on site or in my offices to discuss your thoughts, requirements and budget for the project.  This is charged at an hourly consultation rate

During this time, I will give you many ideas and options and we will decide the best way forward to complete the project within your timeline.

Next Step

If you are happy with the proposals, and depending on the scope of work, I will either follow up with a further meeting to discuss and choose relevant materials, or I will give you a design proposal outlining fees for the project.

Once this is accepted and relevant fees are paid, I will commence with the project as agreed.

Work in Progress

During this process, I will allocate time to be on site to monitor the project.  You will be kept updated and included in all decisions and issues that may arise.

I am a hands on person and love having my clients involved in every part of every process.  This is what makes a project come alive for you.

Basic Principles of
Interior Design


Colour is more than just being visually beautiful or appealing, it also influences the entire mood and feeling of the space that you are decorating.


Superior lighting is essential to any space, whether its creator is natural, man-made, or a combination of both. When choosing lighting, we must think about factors like the colours of the light, the light intensity or whether the light should be dimmed.


Patterns are the intentional repetition of forms, lines, or other design elements. Patterns usually appear on wallpaper or fabrics, but can also pop up anywhere in the home. While patterns can add life and motion to rooms and spaces, too many clashing patterns can start to look chaotic, so we will need to tread lightly when choosing them



Space is the heart of every design or decorators decision. There are two basic types of space to consider, the length and width of a room, and the space which covers height. For example, the length and width of a room is important when thinking of carpets or rugs, and the height of a space shall need to be considered  before adding new shelving or furniture.


The visual shape or configuration of artwork, furniture, or other sculptures, and even the rooms themselves can take on natural and curvy or abstract and geometric angles that feature sharp, lines and edges.


Lines can be up-and-down, side-to-side, or express motions, like zig-zags or curlicues, while vertical lines are expressive and bold, dynamic lines can follow their own set of rules, adding fun and exciting touches.


Texture is the way something feels. This can mean the way something feels to the touch, or the sense it gives when simply observing it. Careful consideration of texture is especially important in parts of the home that are contacted frequently, like flooring.

“Understanding the person or people living in a home is a far greater need in design than focusing purely on the aesthetics. The home is designed around emotional needs.” - Amanda Talbot

Diploma Calder School of Interior Design

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