From our local clients, to our international clients, their words capture the art, beauty and soul of the craftsmanship and attention to detail we strive for.
Here are just a few of our clients testimonials, both poetically written and delightfully received with gratitude:
Tread softly, said the poet W.B.Yeats, ‘because you tread on my dreams’The business of interior design and decoration calls for not only great skill but great tact, and we recognise the the way in which Clive Rhodes helped us to define and refine our rather vague hopes and intentions with his own imagination and experience.
We’ve come to think of him as good for our heads, good for our hearts and good for our house - always ready to go the extra mile, literally, in making repeated long journeys to North Norfolk to discuss, measure, fit, hang and attend to the last stitch.”
Kevin & Linda Crossley-Holland
“The sense of style and attention to detail is what impresses me”
“We are impressed with your ideas and thrilled with your solutions”
Dr John and Pat Edmondson
You are every inch the artist as shown by the beautiful work you have done for me
Dr Giancarlo Bonifazi
Thanks for all your professional expertise
Captain Nigel Meade
Please accept my thanks for the design and workmanship
C’est merveilleux, ce que vous avez fait ici!
Madame Maryse Courtaud
An architect friend of ours visited this weekend an said how rare it is to find such quality of detail and finish outside of London… A thousand thanks.
Mr Ian & Susan MacDonald
Timely delivery and craftsmanship of the highest order
The Lady Moyne
The workmanship is better than we can get in manhattan
I would like to express my gratitude for all you did preparing rooms for the Queen Mother’s recent visit to Nostell Priory
The Lady St Oswald
“We are deeply grateful to you for transforming our drawing room and main bedroom into the most beautiful and luxurious spaces. The workmanship is outstanding and we sincerely admire your artistic mastery and knowledge. We particularly appreciated your sensitive and caring approach to the project.”
Caroline and David Trevelyan-Pass