Interior design company launches in Alderley Edge
Hunter & Belle, an interior design practice initially set up to provide bespoke interiors for multi-million pound mansions, has opened a showroom at Horseshoe Farm in Alderley Edge.
The firm first started out life providing property developer Huntsmere with opulent interiors that match the firm’s luxurious range of properties.
Hunter & Belle has proved it can hold its own, however, with the new showroom occupying one of three new purpose-built buildings at the the former Horseshoe Farm farm shop site.
The showroom launch will see the practice offering expert services to homeowners across Cheshire, though the company has already worked on commissions as far afield as London and Portugal.
The team are also able to work on commercial projects, particularly in the hospitality sector, and is made up of five qualified interior designers.
Headed up by Lorraine Warwick-Ellis, an interior architecture and spatial design graduate, the team also consists of Anna Marczynski, Jenny Sprott, Akvile Berzinyte and Laura Roberts.
Lorraine said: “We are really excited to have opened the showroom and delighted at the response we have had so far.
“As interior designers our role is to fully understand each client’s individual needs and aspirations. Some clients have a clear vision of what they want and we help them to achieve that.
“Others come to us with a blank canvass and we work with them to create mood boards to help assess their style preferences.
“Whatever the project, we delight in creating transformations which are truly stunning – whether it’s for one room, or many.”
The showroom is open to the public and is ready to welcome customers wishing to pick up a single piece of furniture, a lamp or some special wallpaper. It is able to cater for those looking to transform a single room or an entire house.
For more information on Hunter & Belle, please call 01625 599 929.