Many of our customers have an incredible imagination, but are held back from committing to design decisions because they are worried about making expensive mistakes. That’s where we come in with the help of an interior mood board. By following our four-point plan below, you’ll not go far wrong.
Decorating a small area in your home might seem easy at first, but it can be a little more challenging than you think. A lack of space means less time papering the walls or painting the woodwork, but it can also end up feeling oppressively cluttered if you try to do too much with it. Below you’ll find our top tips for finding space where there isn’t any, simply by being clever in the way you decorate.
Featured on Houzz – “Dressing Table Ideas For Every Size Bedroom (Even Tiny Ones)” July 2017. Houzz Bedroom by Violet & George.
Often overlooked in bedroom design, the humble dressing table could be worth a second thought, as the right one can elevate a room from functional to luxurious. Don’t think you can fit one in? These smart tables – from tiny alcove options to sleek modern designs – prove you can.
Featured on Interior Designer Houzz – “Bling It On: 4 ways to master metallics at home” May 2017. Houzz Bedroom by Violet & George Interior Dcoration.
Bathrooms don’t have to be merely functional – with a few small touches, you can turn yours into a space where you can sit, relax and unwind. Check out these enticing schemes for inspiration.
London Interior Decorator Violet & George featured in “How To Turn Your Home Into A Kids’ Fun Zone” Huffington Post February 2017
Nothing brings parents more joy than seeing their children playing together, immersed in an imaginary world and entertaining themselves. But the reality can often leave your home engulfed in trip-over toys, your hallway an obstacle course of wheeled items, balls and sticks and your children still complaining “there’s nothing to dooooooo”.
Nicky Mudie, founder and director of interior design company Violet & George, also created a wall for a climbing-obsessed 12-year-old. She magnified a photo of an Alpine cliff from photo library Shutterstock to the wall dimensions and added similar screw-in climbing holds.