Another project successfully completed by Inside Design Co, Tunbridge Wellls. This project took a long time to come to fruition but it’s finished at last. Set in the Derbyshire Dales its a real treasure………
This last week has been a real push, made much easier by such a friendly team helping us, always with a smile. Hours leading up to launch somewhat frantic, but it all came together in the end.
One very happy client thankfully
Here are a few last minute shots courtesy of Yao photography
More to follow when we visit again
This is our next project nearing completion, a large victorian house with a central galleried staircase. Its been slowly taking shape these past months, pool and spa wing almost completed, main house due in next few weeks. Hard to believe with all the scaffolding up, that it will all come together , but slowly sections are being revealed. Unlike the last project panic stations right up to the last moment, this project, although only 8 days to carry out the installation, feels like it will be finished at handover. Keeping our fingers crossed
Here are some before images, wont be long and I will post the completed project hopefully
Parrots, dont you love them. There vibrant colours………. In a recent project we wanted to use them, we had found an amazing box of prints, a collection by Edward Lear and just new they would figure in our designs. Our brief was to give the restaurant a more up to date contemporary feel but maintaining the elegance of its classical heritage. We were delighted with the results, as were our clients.
I have been putting together some ideas for artwork for my next project. Incorporates a restaurant and bistro and a spa amongst other things. Although I using using red in some areas, I want to add some purple mauve touches. During this process I have really warmed to this colour, used sparingly it looks quite splendid.
totally into red at the moment, putting together some new interior schemes for a new project and finding red so inspiring
What a unique concept. One can purchase the tiles separately and form a design unique to your specific location. Easily constructed by bending and joining the shapes with special “rubber bands”. I am sure you will agree the results are amazing.