Pricing packages

There are different options available and I tend to tailor any package to suit my customers' 
requirements. However, as a guide packages are as follows: 

Starting from £ 50 - Concept Board (one room)

Includes: - Initial consultation, choice of style, colors, materials and provision of 
samples to create a Concept Board which reflects your individual style. Clients will then be 
able to undertake the interior design themselves but with a guide that will help them achieve the look.
Starting from £ 200 - Full interior design (up to one room)

Includes - Initial consultation at your home or via Zoom. Create a "Concept Board" that reflects your unique style. Select colours, materials and provide samples. Provide a shopping list to 
achieve the agreed style and give options eg… suitable lighting, furniture etc. We will measure 
the room and give a 3D picture of the style chosen. Provide furniture layout to scale and options on furniture placement. There are further options available for us to then project manage the 
implementation of the interior design of your room/home. 

Child’s bedroom.

Its difficult to keep up with trends…especially children’s “interior” trends….one minute they’re into cute pink fairies and next minute its  Ninja Turtles! Therefore by placing an architrave above the bed…..creating a frame for different wallpaper trends………and only one roll of wallpaper needed….if your lucky a large sample might do the trick!llun-069

Final design plans – “Sydney, Australia” inspired

After much thought my clients have chosen this design for their new living room…

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New project (1)

Can’t wait to put the plans into practice!!

“Concept Boards” for a living room

The brief : Two very different styles living under the one roof is always a challenge. We all have views, however the people we choose to live with sometimes have different views to our own in terms of how they want their home to look! …..I’m saddened (glad!) that my partner has no views at all when it comes to interiors (other than a large comfy armchair to watch rugby is a must) and therefore I have a free hand to do what a like!

This brief had two distinctive taste on interiors; one being a contemporary pad, with low seating, no cushions, large telly (bachelor pad look) etc……and another liking pastel colours, floral and country chic. Therefore compromise has to be the key word here. Therefore 3 very different concept boards were produced to communicate a design intent.

Sydney, Aus inspired – Chose this for calming colours – but not “full on” pastels, geometric design (large rug, soft furnishings) flowing through the concept which gives a strong architectural feel, low level storage units, designer inspired egg chair – providing a softer touch, white walls giving sense of space and openness and also large photographic seascapes a must.


Monochrome – with a touch of glam (gold). Who ever tires of black and white!.. a design classic and very easy on the eye. I chose this concept for the best of both worlds, but the trick here is “accent colour”. For example, add a subtle baby pink to this room and it becomes a calming room or add a striking emerald green and becomes a strong masculine space …..(shown with mustard background and everyone’s happy!)….extremely easy to transform as you would only need a piece of artwork on a wall, a coffee table or a few cushions to add the pop of colour…..and ta dah!

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Eclectic  –  elements from a varied mix of eras, styles and materials to create a fluid, colourful, bohemian style. You will never be able to get this look from a “Next/John Lewis/Ikea” catalogue….this one off styling is highly creative, nothing matches yet it’s all got to make perfect sense by bringing the scheme together through colour, shapes, textures and finishes. This was chosen to push my clients out of their comfort zones and to encourage creativity…..a wild card amongst the rest!

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48 hr”Interior design by Gwerfyl”challenge

Interior design by Gwerfyl has been very busy in the last 2 days transforming Coco’s Unisex Hair Salon  in Machynlleth to a stylish but practical workspace…with only minutes to spare… at 5 o’clock last night the keys were handed back to the owner, who was delighted with the result. The interior design has enhanced the day to day running of this successful business through providing clever storage, built in seating and an on-trend style which is pleasing to the eye without being too overpowering.

Before and after photos….



and more after photos…