I quickly came to realise that what I love and value the most are my client relationships; I love getting to know my customers, understanding how I can help them get what they want, discovering what stops them from getting in touch.
Often the hindrences are very similar; busy lives, a difference of opinions, worry, money, lack of confidence to name a few. I found it all fascinating and decided almost immediately that I wanted an interior design business that focused on insightful practices and offered well-being through design.
I also wanted to break away from the idea that interior design is solely for those who have large houses and larger budgets. I wanted my version of interior design to be for everyone, whether it’s a quick consultation or a more in-depth design solution, it is all equally valid in my eyes.