A fresh pair of eyes can often bring an unconsidered approach to the spatial arrangement of a building. The way we use our built environment changes as do our needs and circumstances, that’s why we work closely with architects, structural engineers, planning and conservation teams to consider all the possibilities on behalf of our clients.
We understand that good interior design isn’t about magazine covers and coffee table books. It’s about translating our client’s brief into workable, practical and beautiful interiors. We consider every element in our design, from the placement of the dining table pendant to the hallway socket for the hoover.
Whether it’s ‘that piece’ of furniture that can’t be parted with or a bespoke dining table for 12, we take immense pride in restoring not just the building but furniture too. A once brown breakfront bookcase can easily fit an elegant townhouse scheme with a little modification. Similarly, a favourite chair that the dog chewed the leg off can be given a new lease of life with our highly skilled upholstery contacts.
Managing budgets large and small is second nature to us at Rachel Cropper Studio, we understand the need for value, commerciality and deliverable timescales.
Hotels, second homes, furnished property developments…. turnkey projects are meticulously planned to include toothbrushes for second homes, monogrammed linen for hotels and everything in between. A concept, furniture layout and room by room design provides a coherent and clear illustration of what the project will creatively achieve. Everything is methodically managed from inception to installation.
Curation is at the forefront of how our interiors are perceived. We offer interior styling services for photoshoots.