How would you describe your aesthetic as an interior designer?
I’d like to think that my aesthetic is refined, warm, considered, timeless and textural with a focus on natural materials like stone, timber, ceramics and textiles.
Whilst each project bears your signature, they still feel tailored to the clients’ needs. Whether it be a piece of furniture, a light fixture or a rug, can you explain the appeal of commissioning custom elements both for the designer and end user?
That’s such a great compliment, thank you. My designs are largely responsive to the client and their space, lifestyle and budget, and I enjoy the unique challenges that each new project brings. I like to think that although to others there may be a common aesthetic thread through our work, ultimately they are very tailored responses to that project and we love this point of difference across them all.
The appeal to me is in resolving a design challenge in response to these elements as it brings about a unique result that you may never have imagined otherwise – it’s a great collaborative process with every client and their unique spaces. Custom pieces play a large part in all our designs – by commissioning custom elements, it allows a completely bespoke piece to bring a little touch of luxury for our clients, knowing it was created uniquely for their project, and a thrill to us as designers to see your own creation come to fruition.