We offer interior design services at the following locations:
Our design studio is located in a bothy at the Rait Antique Centre between Perth and Dundee. With its wide variety of other dealers and its comfortable tea room, the Antique Centre is an ideal place for us to entertain clients, consultants and suppliers alike. It is also the base for most of our administration, wherever the project site might be. Here we carry a range of mostly Scottish fabrics such as Johnston of Elgin, Natasha Marshall, ANTA, Isle Mill and MYB lace.
We are within easy reach of the whole of Scotland and recent commissions have included Dunbartonshire, Sutherland and Hawick as well as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Fife and Perthshire.
The scope of projects could range from a Highland lodge or guest house to a house in town, flat, holiday cottage or rental.
Our London office is in the Design Quarter close to the Chelsea Harbour Design Centre. It is the base for most interior decoration such as soft furnishing fabrics, wall coverings and decorative lighting as we like all schemes to be personal to the client, wherever the project.
From here we also attend site and client meetings for London, home counties and overseas based commissions. Recent examples in London include the total refurbishment of mansion flats in Mayfair and Marylebone, a terraced house in Pimlico, new build villas in Temple Fortune and a contemporary apartment on the Bishop’s Avenue.
We believe that distance is no barrier to a well run project. Our overseas commissions have include a turn-key property in Arlington, Virginia, plantation house in the Caribbean, sea side apartments in Miami and Cape Town, new build mansions in Lagos, a chalet in Switzerland and ranch style house in Oman.
When working overseas the team usually combines local consultants, specialists and contractors with our own workrooms and preferred suppliers providing soft furnishings from the UK. Furniture, lighting and other goods are sourced both locally and from elsewhere depending to the location and the clients’ specific needs.