Based in Primrose Hill, Living In Space offers skill and innovation in interior design, build and architecture. They cater for a whole range of projects with the ultimate aim of creating your perfect home.
Whether you are looking for a classic design, or something more contemporary, the team at Living in Space can help you. With a focus on sustainable design, both ethically and creatively, the team will always offer you eco friendly alternatives.
Your own ideas will come to life when you meet with the skilled design team at Living in Space. Utilising personalised presentation boards, complete with colour schemes and design concepts, you will be able to visualise your interior and ensure that the design complies with your exact requirements.The team pride themselves on creating the highest quality interiors, which all starts with their exceptional design service.
The Primrose Hill showroom will provide you with plenty of inspiration for your project. There you will find one of the largest wallpaper and fabric collections in London, with a vast range of bespoke and decorative interior alternatives. You can view their portfolio online, but a visit to the showroom is a must.
To ensure absolute customer satisfaction, Living in Space apply a 6 step process to each project. They start by meeting with the client, viewing their property and agreeing a scope of work and design brief, with costs and timescales (Client Brief). The design team then produce sketch layouts and presentation boards with recommendations about colours and furnishings(Concept Design). A more detailed design is then drawn up for customer approval (Detailed Design) and once the design detail is agreed, the final cost estimate is given, with timescales (Cost and Procurement). Work then begins at your property and is managed with weekly site meetings (Construction and Project Management).
Finally, once construction work is complete, the design team arrange for delivery and positioning of all soft furnishings and interior pieces.(Handover and Dressing). What could be simpler?