If you need quick help in your home or in your office because you feel it is necessary to refresh or finish the space, I can help you to choose the best accessories, pillows, curtains, plants, etc. to make your space cozy and balanced. I can also offer storage solutions and answers to organizational problems, which are the most common dark sides of living and working spaces.
FULL interior design
If you need a full concept or/and layout plan, because you need a radical redesign of the whole space (changing the whole ground plan including the walls or changing only furnishing or function of the rooms), I can help you with plans, ideas and mood boards. I can also help you to find tiles, wallpapers, paintings and furniture. My designs are always custom-made, and developed in close cooperation with my clients, after mapping their individual needs and preferences.
I have clients who have perfect taste and strong style concepts about their living spaces, but they cannot decide which pieces or paint colors they need to choose from the available selection to get the look they desire. If you are stuck and need an answer to a particular question to move forward with your fixtures, bigger or smaller furniture and accessories, please call me.
One room design
It happens many times that we have a budget or energy only for one room, or we need a design change for only a part of the space. It is a typical situation for example in our kids' rooms. I think it is a good idea to go ahead step by step and focus on only a small part of our living space. These situations have an advantage: we can really concentrate on details and create a perfect design, even if it is a completely new design or only a creative reuse of old pieces in a new layout.
All of us have old furniture or time-worn pieces, and often we do not want to replace them or threw them away because of our budget, because of sustainability or simply because we love them. However, it does not mean these pieces are compatible with our new apartment or our new design. If they do not find their right place, they can be an eyesore which may kill the atmosphere of the interior. Sometimes we need to let them go, but in other cases we can fit them into a new interior, giving them a new function or new style, and let them shine in their new life. If you would like to know how, I will try to find an answer for you.
USING THE OLD IN A NEW place
Does this fit into my new interior? How will it look like in my new space? How can I create a harmony using my "already have" pieces? Should I keep this? Should I get rid of the others? These are the most common questions I get, when a client moves from an old apartment to a new one. Let me help you if you have these questions in your head!