What We Do
Our objective is to turn a desire or idea into a concept and then a reality

Interior design is a many-sided profession that includes concept development, coordinating with all stakeholders of a project and the management and execution of the design. Retail interior design is a specialised area involving architecture and interior design, including elements of interior decorating, industrial and graphic design, ergonomics, and brand advertising.

Interior design is the vision of how a shop, office or other retail or commercial space can function to draw people in to the environment and promote an enjoyable and hassle-free shopping experience.

But our interior design service is so much more. We also offer a full project management and build service. Our objective is to ensure the interior design detailing is implemented to agreed quality standards so the project is completed within budget and to agreed timescales.

We have the know-how to translate client’s ideas & brand name into reality

  • Building Survey
  • Concept design
  • Space planning
  • Presentations: mood boards and 3D visuals
  • Planning applications
  • Fire certificate applications
  • Construction drawings
  • Project management
  • Sourcing fixtures, furniture and finishes
  • Art and bespoke furniture consultancy

What we do

Our unique approach is to take a fresh look at each project and work closely with our clients and their teams to create solutions which are both practical and eye catching to enhance their business. From consultation to design, we will develop concepts and layouts within the budget constraints, to help maximise the sales area and increase profit.

We tailor each project to our client’s needs – from a little TLC to an overall facelift which might involve some updating and rearranging of fixtures, traffic patterns and in-store displays to make your store work to it best advantage.

How we do it

Our main objective is to design a store that people want to spend time in by looking at:
  • Floor planning
  • Light plans
  • Space planning
  • Mood boards
  • Visuals
  • Shopfront designs and planning
  • In-store and window displays
  • Branding
  • Uniforms
  • Packaging and labels

Image and professionalism - your customer expects professionalism, they expect an exciting yet comfortable store environment.

Design store for sales - take advantage of cross-merchandising strategies and impulse sale opportunities. Use lighting techniques and creative displays to attract customers.

Sales and profits - keeping your existing customer and attracting new customers.

Good merchandising is not simply an attractive display For merchandising to be effective it needs to make the entire sales floor inviting. Effective merchandising demands:

  • A well-planned sales floor. Assign every department a specific display area.
  • Fixtures and accessories designed for the merchandise they display. Stores waste much space and lose sales per square foot when you do not use the correct shelf profile and accessories for each merchandise category.
  • Adequate aisle space. The best display loses selling power if merchandise blocks the aisles and shoppers cannot reach it.
  • Inviting displays. A display is more than merchandise on a fixture.
  • Attractive signs and decor. Signs and decor serve two basic purposes: they create a buying and shopping mood and encourage shopping, and they help direct shoppers into all areas of your sales floor.