Are you interested in working with me?
I would love to hear from you. There's many ways I can help you. So let's discuss next steps....
Feel free to call to chat straightaway
I'll be glad to help you
Send a message
Leave a message and I will email you back - or I can call you if you provide a phone number and suitable day & time
Book a FREE discovery call
Book a dedicated Discovery Call into my diary - where I can find out ahead more about what help you need and we can speak or have a video call
Book a FREE discovery meeting
A Discovery Meeting is for us to meet each other and look at the site/drawings. It can happen in person, in the Brighton & Hove area - or online. Up to one hour.
Online two hour consultation
This consultation happens on video conferencing. It can be used as an initial consultation look at your full service project together - or it can be used as a stand alone problem solving consultation.
In person two hour consultation
If you are in the Brighton & Hove area, this consultation can be used to look at your full service project together - or it can be used as a stand alone problem solving consultation.
Would you like to know more about the process and how I can help you?
Ways I can help you... AND how long does interior design take?
Typical PROJECT STAGES
Below are some guides...
BIID: A Client's Guide to Working With An Interior Designer
I’m really proud to have been a BIID Registered Interior Designer® at the British Institute of Interior Design since 2013. This is the only professional institute for interior designers in the UK recognised by the British Government.
This guide helps clients to find and appoint an interior designer, what a designer will do, ways fees can be charged and the process.
For more information on the title and also guidance for clients on choosing and appointing an interior designer, please see www.biid.org.uk⠀⠀
Introduction to working with Chloe
This guide provides more on my background and the benefits of using me as your interior designer. It also shows you the design process and gives feedback from my clients.
Unlike some designers I very much work to my client's brief rather than have my own house-style aesthetic, so the briefing process is important and I will guide you through it.
BIID guide: An architect, a designer or both?
British Institute of Interior Design have published this guide to help potential clients - as there's lots of middle ground and crossovers between the two roles.