Many people believe that an interior designer is going to cost them a lot of money, or that using such a service is for the ‘upper echelons’ only, an extravagant luxury. They may be unsure about how an interior designer will work and what they will charge. They might think they would be seen as a failure, if they couldn’t decorate or style their own house themselves. Then there’s always the possibility they may think an interior designer will impose their own taste on their property and they won’t like the result.
The good news is that interior design services can help anybody, no matter how tight their budget. An interior designer can save you money by avoiding expensive mistakes. They are there to guide and assist you and help you make the right choices. They can also save you time. If you work, or if you are hesitating about a colour scheme, or what style of furniture to put into a room, an interior designer’s knowledge and experience can prove invaluable.
A designer can be employed in different ways, from supply or consultation only, through to project management of a whole scheme.
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Barclay Interiors | Interior Design | Furniture | Lighting | Accessories | Ascot | Berkshire
Barclay Interiors, London Road, Ascot has experience on a wide range of properties - from Listed Buildings to new builds, working to the highest specifications. There is also an Inspirations service; The process involves taking a brief from clients to understand their style and the translation of this into something tangible for the client to keep.
Barclay Interiors also work with property developers, architects and boutique hotels worldwide, with a focus on London and the Home Counties.
Projects can be undertaken n a large scale, from initial concept to completion.
ASCOT BUSINESS PARK STEPS INTO THE WORLD OF INTERIOR DESIGN in welcoming its newest studio occupant, Bear René, into its already stylish environment.
Co-founding partners of this high-end interior design house based both in London and Ascot, sisters, Sarah and Nicola Oaten, have worked on a varied portfolio of residential projects ranging from chic city dwellings to country houses. A select number of commercial projects are also undertaken. Their unique design ethic stems from a fusion of contemporary and traditional English styles, using high quality materials and finishes to produce both attractive and functional interior spaces, whether it be a complete refurbishment of an existing property or designing lay-outs for new builds.
“A fantastic location with excellent services,” comments Sarah, “plus a very amenable atmosphere have attracted us to Ascot Business Park”. Vanessa Durham, Ascot Business Park’s Marketing Manager adds, “Bear René complements the wide range of talented emerging companies that fit so well into our quirky studio space, designed specifically for this type of enterprise. Having now only two of these studios left shows their popularity and success.”
For further information on Bear Rene, visit www.bearrene.com and for further information on Ascot Business Park, visit www.ascotbusinesspark.com