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Hi ED Forum - I am a local, professional interior designer. If you?re thinking about renovating a space in your home, I would love to help you! I offer a personal, friendly service, from colour consultations and styling to full designs (incorporating furniture proposals and layouts, lighting plans, finishes, and more). I often work with families to create spaces that work well for everyone.

I am happy to coordinate installations and work with architects and contractors. Life is busy enough without having to worry about the taps that turned up in the wrong colour for the plumber who needed them yesterday - let me handle that for you!

Everyone deserves good design - your home really should tell the story of who you are and be a collection of what you love! Please contact me at [email protected] to arrange a free consultation.

Website: www.honeyandtoastinteriors.com

Instagram: @honey_and_toast_interiors

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