The icing on the cake at the start of 2017 is a
Best of Houzz Award for Customer Service.
Many thanks to all of my wonderful Clients and to Houzz itself, for being a constant source of inspiration.
It's always a treat to look back at favourite projects from the past year and 2016 was no exception for Emma Painter Interiors.
From design advice to schemes to soft furnishings it's always a pleasure to see projects come to fruition.
Whatever size the client's project, that moment where everything comes together after lots of planning, discussions and decisions, is a delight.
Over the next few weeks I'll be sharing with you a round-up of Emma Painter Interiors' Projects 2016 starting with:No.1 - Master Bedroom and Bathroom Loft Conversion, 1960s home, Hampshire:
This lovely lady called me in to help create an identity for the interior of her new home (a 1960s house) with her partner, after undertaking a loft conversion with a new Master Bedroom and en-suite Bathroom. The work was also to include refurbishing the entire house.
My client knew that she liked 'ice-cream colours' and that she wanted to carry her 'look' throughout the house to make it feel spacious and inviting but, being a detail person, she was finding it hard to move forward and pinpoint exactly how to do this.
My work for her (ongoing) has included Design Advice Sessions / Room Schemes / Shopping Lists of furniture, fittings and accessories to fit within the schemes / Flooring suggestions and samples (carpet, tiles, other) / Wall finishes (including tile suggestions and samples) / Paint Schemes (including an accompanying Shopping List, samples, instructions and schedule) / Bespoke Soft Furnishings (including fabric samples,Estimates and headboard design) to be installed by Emma Painter Interiors within the next few months.
|ROOM SCHEMES - MASTER BEDROOM & EN-SUITE BATHROOM|
|TILE, PAINT, FABRIC, WALLPAPER SAMPLES|
|FABRIC SAMPLES - SCATTER CUSHIONS & TRIM/HEADBOARD/ROMAN BLIND & TRIM|
Here is another Room Scheme put together for the downstairs Cloakroom/Shower Room which coincidentally perfectly channels this year's #Pantonecolouroftheyear #Greenery: