The right layout, furniture and materials all contribute to how clean and organised your home will be. When offering our interior design services, we prioritise functionality as well as style and environmental sustainability, so these are just a few of our top design tips for keeping your home neat, organised, and clutter-free.
Green interior design is all about reducing your home’s environmental impact. This means opting for eco-friendly products when furnishing and decorating your property, as well as getting your home to function sustainably. Reduce your home’s environmental impact with these brilliant money saving design tips and green design ideas for an energy-efficient home:
Mosaics have been adorning houses and gardens since 800 BC, with mosaic techniques evolving over time to give modern-day homeowners a vast range of mosaic styles and designs to choose from. Although mosaics may have been traditionally associated with Mediterranean-style homes, there are endless ways to add mosaic features to virtually any part of your property, no matter the style.
This refurbished house in Fullham that was in need of a makeover to bring it up to date. We reorganised the layout downstairs to make the most of the internal space for a busy and sociable family.