A blog relaunched

Welcome to our new company blog, it’s great to be back writing and sharing from inside a working interior design business. After a recent break from writing and blogging we are excited to relaunch our blog under our new company brand – and look forward to regularly sharing interior design news and tips with you.

Our blog will be featuring the life and times of a busy interiors practice. Aiming to show you the true side of the profession and hopefully removing some of the mistique. We will be featuring behind the scenes news so you can understand the process of employing an interior designer and what you should expect. You can expect some beautiful styled inspirational pictures when we’ve finished a client project – but we also want to include in progress pictures as things take shape onsite.

Walls knocked out, steels to support the house installed!

Project delivered, glass box extension and new kitchen fitted.

Our Creative Director Andrew Dunning has been blogging for nearly 10 years and back in 2011 he was the official blogger of the interiors show Decorex. Cutting his teeth as a blogger he delivered 3 blogs a day reporting from the show, seen by many as the premier interiors show in London. Subsequently he attended two BlogTours arranged by Modenus – visiting New York and California on the trips to discover more great suppliers and interiors products. Since then he has also contributed to many publications in print and online, including The Times, City AM and numerous interior magazines.

Our Commercial Director Andrew Hyett will also be writing in the blog – sharing his experience of delivering projects to our clients. The best design and specification in the world will fail if someone isn’t ensuring it’s delivered correctly. Andrew’s that chap in our team so can share his onsite building experience. He used to be a director of a very large UK house builder so know’s how to do things right.

We look forward to sharing our view of the interiors world with you – and making you realise, with the right people, interior design doesn’t need to be a dark art!