Morning! Have you got snow? We haven't thankfully and I know we're all glad to see some rain here in Suffolk. I'm hoping for some drier weather for the weekend so we can carry on with the gardening. I am sure there will be several of us getting stuck into some diy tasks this weekend, well it is a bank holiday! Perhaps you prefer to enjoy your weekends and leave the decorating to the experts. Today I am thrilled to introduce you to a wonderful company that specialises in creating beautiful chidlren's interiors. Room to Bloom offers a range of interior design services specifically for children's spaces.
Whether you are planning a fully managed makeover or would just like help in planning changes for your childs room, Ursula of Room to Bloom is more than able to help bring your ideas to life. Hunting down stylish decor for chidlren's rooms is Ursula's passion, whether for clients or to share on her blog. Understanding that budgets vary as do peoples interior design skills, Ursula offers three different options at Room to Bloom. 'Distance Design' is an affordable and fun way to get designer help in planning your childs room. This type of service is already proving popular in the US and I am sure will be as popular here by the end of the year. This service allows you to implement the ideas rather than having the full design and installation fees. I personally love this idea of having the specialist help but getting to do the shopping and creating the space myself.
Another service available at Room to Bloom is 'Onsite Design' which allows for various options to assist you in the design process. Perhaps you would just like an initial consultation to help you workout what it is you want to achieve or maybe you would like Ursula to help create a space from initial ideas through to installation. Room to Bloom also offer a design clinic to help you track down something particular.
For budding interior designers Room to Bloom host 'Nursery Interior Design Workshops'. Ursula will take you through step by step planning and decorating a beautiful space for your new arrival. Creating a mood board, a floor plan and sourcing list amongst other things, at £125 I believe this would be money very well spent. Creating a nursery can seem like a daunting task, especially when there seems to be lists of products you absolutely must have aswell as safety implications to be considered. I assure you that you do not need everything on some of these lists published in parenting magazines, perhaps that can be another post!
Now for the exciting news, Ursula will be guest posting here on Zoe & Drew in the coming weeks and sharing her interior design expertise. I have already seen Ursula's first post and am really looking forward to sharing with you all next week.
I hope you all have a fab day,Zoe