The right piece of art can really increase the visual interest of any space. Have you ever walked into a room and been captured by a unique piece of art that took your breath away? I love rooms like that, people love rooms like that we all want to have rooms like that. Let’s talk through how you, can get a room
When it comes to kitchens it’s understandable that a lot of people tend to go with white, this is because it’s timeless and won’t date. Kitchens are a big investment, we spend a lot of time in them and they need to be very functional but we think they should also look good. The argument for why people put in white kitchens is because it’s a neutral base, but sometimes with neutrals, they can look bland and lack personality. So how can you add some personality to your white kitchen (or any kitchen), we are going to chat through three ways below.
Have you ever stopped to think about your dining table and all of the wonderful conversations that have been held around it? The dining table is such a key piece of furniture in our homes. It brings people together to enjoy delicious meals and build relationships through conversation. We think it’s one of the key areas of your home. What do you think?
Are you in the process of purchasing a new dining table be it for an open plan meals area, an outdoor entertaining area or a dedicated dining room? Believe it or not there are a lot of things you will want to consider
Does your Corporate Office look bland? We can help
Let us do the leg work for you. We can recommend, order, deliver and have art professionally hung and stylish decorator pieces in place to compliment your company’s vision, create an environment that motivates staff and impresses clients. Access our 10 years of interior design experience to achieve all of the above effortlessly and to budget.
What you get:
- Access to over 10 years of design experience
- Personalised service – we come to you
- A Digital Moodboard showing how your new space could look
- All the details are handled, we will order the art and decorator accessories and arrange delivery to your office
- Art is professionally hung
- Office is styled by our Interior Designer
- A new look interior office that comes within budget
Visit our portfolio to see one example of our previous work.
What happens during a consultation and how does My Decorator work?
We are Your Decorator, so the first thing we want to do when we arrive at your office is get to know you, gain an understanding of your company and the space in question and we do this by gleaning a client brief. We will take notes, measure and assess your space.
We will then go back to our office and use the information we gathered at our appointment with you to begin to put together your Digital Moodboard. This is a document that will have our recommendations on it, of what we believe is the best styling solution, based on the information you have told us.
We then make a time with you to present your Digital Moodboard. It is very important that we go through and discuss our ideas with you so that we can explain our thinking behind the recommendations and more importantly it also gives us the opportunity to get feedback from you and make changes as needed.
Once you are happy with your Digital Moodboard and the proposed styling direction we implement it for you, art and decorator accessories are ordered, once it all arrives we come to your office with our professional art installer and style your office for you.
What is the Pantone Colour of the year, and why is it a movement?
The Pantone Colour of the year is carefully analysed and then chosen by Pantone’s colour experts at the Pantone Colour Institute where they look across a wide variety of influences such as entertainment, technology, fashion, design, trending travel destinations and more and then pair this with what is happening in society as a whole, to determine what will be trending in colour. The Pantone Colour of the Year has been around for 20 plus years and carries a lot of influence on purchasing choices in many industries such as fashion, interior design, graphic design and industrial design.
What IS the Pantone colour for 2021?