1. Mental and Physical Wellbeing
With more working from home, a trend that looks set to continue, your home should provide sufficient space for a clear separation between your work and leisure needs.
As companies have harnessed digital technology to enable more flexible working arrangements, it has become important that your home office layout and its furniture is fit for purpose.
There's no need for your working-at-home space to look like a traditional or a dull office, but, consideration should be given to the ergonomics of the space and furniture, ensuring the correct height for your desk and chair, appropriate lighting and functional storage systems.
We frequently come across great furniture that is both stylish and practical, delivering the look and ambience that you want in a home office without compromising on your physical wellbeing.
2. Purposeful Spaces
All the areas of your house and garden need to be 100% useful and fulfil the requirements of your whole family.
Key to achieving this is space planning. Taking account of your lifestyle and priorities, together with how a space is going to be used and the movement around it, space planning is an essential tool for the interior designer to achieve both comfort and functionality.
We are skilled at spotting opportunities to repurpose some spaces and multipurpose others, enhancing how you enjoy your home, making it both practical and more desirable.