We had the privilege of working with Ambary White from the very beginning.
Founded in 2020, we were asked to help with their brand identity for their launch.
We were consulted about the ‘look’ of their packaging; the product names, their photography and ultimately, the styling.
We were happy to work for this pure and authentic brand.
The products are clean and organic and we looked forward to being part of their journey. It was good to be able to convey the messaging through their photographic images.
We are proud of what we, and the founders, achieved together.
We previously owned an interior design practice and our work has been recognised by awards we have won.
Our experience in photographic, residential and commercial interiors often means we are asked for advice on how to make the most of a space. Sometimes, all it takes is a little nudge in the right
The cost of a full interior design service may be prohibitive to some, but equally, clients recognise that a good interior adds value to a property. Therefore we are now offering a reasonably priced consultancy service.
For this project, we helped our clients improve their home and garden just by making a few simple straightforward suggestions. They took our advice and upgraded their home by doing the work themselves.
A little colour change here and there can make a world of difference.
They were so pleased with our advice and the finished results; they have asked us to go one step further and completely re-furnish the lounge with furniture and finishing touches in 2022…
Watch this space.
Bed and furniture manufacturing company supplying the retail trade.
The mission for us was to establish this brand as a market leader.
The manufacturing standard was high but they needed help to make the products look great. We were asked to help with…
· Brand & corporate identity management.
· Art direction & Photographic room set styling.
· Showroom improvements.
· Bed & furniture designs including selecting new fabrics.
· Exhibition stands – designs, ideas and dressing.
When the whole rebrand was complete, this company went from strength to strength. The U.K. buying groups took M.A. in as part of their group.
We are proud to say M.A. living’s beds and furniture are now being supplied to well known department stores throughout the UK.
One of the many things we are asked to do in this creative role is to create mood boards for clients.
This is something we enjoy doing and is a reasonable way to find your style direction.
We were asked, by a local Manchester design company, to inspire Graham and Brown (wallpaper suppliers) for a project they themselves were working on.
We loved this challenge and gave them strong design suggestions of how their stores could look.
A true Northern success story.
Forged from Victorian ingenuity in 1877, this Lancashire wall covering company has had its products used on walls of the White House, royal rail carriages and staterooms of the Titanic.
The company fell out of fashion in the “Chuck out your Chintz” 1990s.
It became synonymous with the old fashioned ‘Public house’
We were asked by a local Manchester design company to work on a new campaign to reignite the brand and help people fall back in love with their products again.
Thanks to that campaign back in 2015, Russian oligarchs, architects and interior designers are once again some of its biggest fans. We too recently used the wallpapers for some of our interior clients.
Time 4 Sleep was a new company when they asked us to work with them back in 2005.
We supplied props, photographic and styling services until 2012.
The company grew exponentially and so it made commercial sense for the owners to have their vast amounts of photography shot locally in Halifax.
Time 4 sleep is a brand very close to our hearts and we are proud to have been part of their success story.
We were given the challenge of improving an old Victorian building in Alderley edge (which had been modernised back in the early 1980’s).
When we were asked to work on this old practice, it was looking extremely dated and in need of some TLC. The new owners gave us the task to bring some style and substance by completely renovating the interior design.
Our brief was to convert the tired old looking dentists waiting room and surgery into a ‘boutique style hotel’ look and feel.
The owner was open to suggestions and allowed us to run free with ideas and creations.
It doesn’t seem like it now, but raw pewter radiators and a black bathroom seemed pretty radical at the time.
Remembering the client worrying over our choice of Farrow and Ball’s “Oval Room Blue” for the entrance seems funny now. It took us over an hour to reassure her. All of these choices were ours and we were thrilled with the end result. 15 years later, it still looks pretty relevant by today’s standards wouldn’t you say?