The Interior Design Process

Design should
reflect your personality
and aspiration…

It’s our firm belief that designs should reflect your personality and aspiration, not ours, so the design process starts with lots of questions, together with a consideration of the location and architecture of your space, whether it’s one room or a whole house.

Back in our studio, we distil all this information, to come up with a concept that encapsulates the mood, the colour and the form that will inform all our design decisions. From here we draw, plan and source every element of your scheme, from the layout of the furniture down to the last cushion, to present to you.

It’s a collaborative process that takes a little time, and requires mutual trust and understanding, but it’s the route to the most successful interiors.

Recognising that many of her clients live in London or the South East, Tanya is happy to arrange appointments with clients in London.

finishing touches


Handmade curtains and bespoke blinds are such an important element in many interior projects, that Tanya has always run her own in-house workroom, which grew from her love of sewing. This gives her an unrivalled depth of practical working knowledge, that has grown in direct proportion to the ever larger windows being specified in contemporary homes.

Passionate to bring top design to Cornwall, Tanya has built relationships with key suppliers including Designers Guild, Romo, William Yeoward, Mark Alexander, Silent Gliss and Bradley Collection.

British Institute of Interior Design KLC Alumini House and Garden Houzz