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Interior Designer Or Psychotherapist?

The relationship between client and designer is based on trust and communication from the outset. The designer needs to understand the personality and lifestyle of the client otherwise it is impossible to fully realise their vision. Not only do they have to listen to what the client requires, but to also have intuitive understanding of what design elements will allow them to be truly comfortable in their home. It should always be team work and with any good team, the whole is more than the sum of the parts. For an interior design this happens when a sense of feeling has been achieved by mixing all the different design elements successfully. Homes offer an insight into people’s beliefs, p

What are the Benefits of Using a Property Expert

There are many property experts that can help you design your home such as architects, surveyors, engineers etc. You probably won’t need all of them, a lot depends on the type of work you are having done. The question is do you need to incur those costs when you feel you could do it yourself, especially if your budget is tight? I have been involved with many residential projects, from purely changing the look and feel of a home to the complete refurbishment. Without exception the project runs smoother and meets timescales with a high standard of finish where both the planning and project management has been performed by a professional. Of course there are no guarantees that there won’t be

Gold in the Bathroom, Passé or Ahead of the Times?

Gold in the bathroom, passé or ahead of the times? The trend for gold and bronze has lately been seen in the more upmarket bathroom stores, sometimes in subtle ways and other times bright and expensive not trying to be anything other than ostentatious. As with all trends one comes to an end as with the functional and industrial look keeping everything to a minimum, ‘less is more’, whilst the next one begins, heralding a softer warmer look and creating a more spa like experience where we want to linger. The simplistic look of curtain less windows, hard floors and muted colour palettes favoured the chrome accessories. This look is easy to achieve, relatively less expensive and as such has be

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