"...Your home should be a true reflection of you and your lifestyle"
I have been working with clients for over 20 years, helping them create spaces in their homes which work for them and the way they live their lives. I’ve made that dream kitchen a reality so it can be a hub for all those important conversations, designed extensions to accommodate growing families and created an escapist’s bedroom as a haven of tranquillity.
How have I done this?
Simply by listening to what my clients tell me about their home and their needs, as an individual, a couple or a family. Of course, I also have the relevant educational background, creative know-how and a practical mind. My journey into spatial design started with a pedigree art foundation at Blackburn College and, as an award winning student, I became accredited to Salford University, where I achieved a BA (Hons) Degree in Spatial Design. I have created everything from an interior hub space for young people as part of the Groundwork Trust’s ambition to reduce crime, I’ve looked at regenerating places for mixed communities, redesigning children’s nurseries and developing bars and restaurants. For the past 17 years I have worked with Stuart Frazer on high end SieMatic kitchen designs.
Leave it to me
Whatever changes you would like to make to your home, I can help you with everything, from the designs to a fully tailor-made package. I have been working alongside fully accredited and qualified trades people for the whole of my career, together making a strong team with many years of experience between us. Whether you want a design-only service or the full service package, including design, project management and installation, I can help.
How much does it cost?
Just as every project is different, so are everyone's budgets. I can work with you to form solutions that meet your lifestyle and your pocket. Don’t just take my word for it, please see some of my previous client’s feedback and reviews on our testimonials page.
Why not call me for a chat - I promise, you’ll get no sales patter!