The blog

This is where we keep you up to date with our latest projects, but also give you some tips for your own interior décor projects and discuss any challenges you may face in your quest for styling your perfect home.

We spend a lot of time crafting our living spaces – often with the focus on the sitting room – where we expect to hang out with our families, watching tv with our feet up. But in truth, it’s the kitchen where we spend the lion’s share of our time.

Arguably the most important room in the house – and often the smallest – is your bathroom. With that top billing your bathroom (default term) should be spectacular.

When it comes to interior design this most definitely holds true. People tend to engage an interior designer because they need to find a supplier who can both understand and translate their vision, and ultimately realise it.

A lot of us take our design inspiration from images we see online, from interior design books that we buy, from celebrity homes featured in the likes of Hello or from Sunday Times Style magazine etc.

As an architect specialising in interiors, my challenge is to walk a fine line between interpreting what my client is looking for and what the space itself is actually telling me.

A renovation of a traditional Glasgow townhouse became an exercise in paring back – letting the bones of the house show through and the beautiful period features tell their own story.

What makes a house a home? Is it good design? Matching colours? Complementary textures? Why does one room ‘work’ while another doesn’t?

Chairs are a great way of filling a corner or small space. We want our chairs to be comfy but we also like them to make a statement too!

If you are looking to upgrade your kitchen but don’t have the budget to replace it why not have a go at a few of these simple but cost effective changes.

Want to sell your home for its best price and in the quickest time possible? Then why not think about staging?