Home Office Project
Finch Interior Design was commissioned by an avid musician to produce a modern, masculine home office/studio space in what had been a child's bedroom.
The room was dated and had homemade, mis-matched fitted furniture. The walls were in poor condition and our client was struggling to envision the room as he wanted it.
He wanted us to provide a full interior design scheme, including all furniture, fixtures and fittings, colours and finishes.
Our client provided us with a plan of their room and elevations of the walls, following the instructions we provided for him, along with some photographs of the room as it was.
We used the information he provided as a basis to produce a model of the room.
After a telephone consultation with the client we were able to start putting a scheme together, using colours, textures and finishes we felt that would best achieve the finished look he wanted
We used this to put together a mood board to send to the client for his approval.
After receiving feedback from the client we started to work on producing a 3D model of the space, finding appropriate furniture and producing a 2D floorplan.
We also began to look for furniture, accessories, fixtures and fittings that suited our client's brief and budget.
Once the model was complete we were able to produce a 3D visualisation, showing an approximation of how the room would look once it was complete.
We also produced a 360 visualisation of the room.
We sent these to our client for his approval.
We produced an eboard for our client telling him where to purchase the items shown in the visualisations and gave him a variety of options for fixtures and fittings.
He was then able to use the information we provided and the plans to purchase his furniture, accessories and paint and wallpaper, either using what we specified or choosing something different that he found and preferred.
We used Rose & Crown's Payne's Grey paint and marble effect wallpaper, with deep, rich woody colours and gold accents.