Life is changing, people spend larger amounts of time in their homes.
There is greater demand and expectation on our homes.
We work in them and the lines have blurred. Never before has our home as our sanctuary been more important.

We need greater simplicity in our busy lives.

Imagine a well organised home, looking around, loving what you see and being proud of what you have achieved.

I believe in making homes work in a way that suit the family that lives in them.

I place great emphasis with each and every project on spending time getting to know my clients and their families and the way that they live. I don’t ever impose my ideas onto my them. Once I really know and understand my clients, we can begin the process of creating the right home that is attuned to their needs and can make them happy.

After completing the ground works stage of our self-build, our attention turned to the structure and interiors, and given the lead times for home improvements products things during lockdown, the bathrooms. With the endless choice out there and no end of advice in magazines as well as our personal likes and dislikes (which rarely seemed to coincide), what we had hoped would be a creatively rewarding experience (as they always seem to be the TV shows), quickly became something to put off to another day. Having decided to break the impasse by enlisting the help of a local professional, we came across Weave Interiors online. Not having consulted with an interior designer before, we were unsure what to expect.  

We needn’t have worried, far from imposing her design style on us, Rebecca put us in the driving seat from the outset, using her insight, tact and experience to facilitate our discussions and help guide us towards us making decisions that we could embrace. Never pushy, and above all a great listener, Rebecca took the time to understand our preferences and find the common ground between us. Importantly, she made the whole process enjoyable. Engaging, attentive and yet focused, she went out of her way to source materials, samples and suppliers to bring the design options to life, saving us time, stress and no doubt all the money we would have wasted following fruitless leads and then drowning in options. Would we use her again and seek her opinion as we move to other rooms? Absolutely we would (and will). Would we recommend her? Wholeheartedly. Oh, and as for the family bathroom, the en suite and the downstairs cloakroom she helped us with, they’re fantastic! We couldn’t be more delighted.

Steve, Wendover

I don’t write reviews very often but I was so happy with Weave Interiors I had to!

Rebecca really listened to what I wanted, asked great questions and gave me total confidence to get the look and feel I wanted as a result of totally redecorating our house.

Working with Rebecca gave me the confidence to to try new things.

She really listened to the needs of our family and created a stylish home that works for all of us. There’s such a nice feel and flow to the house which so many of my friends have commented on.

Ali, Rickmansworth

So buying my first place seemed like a big enough task, and then once I had the keys I really felt a little lost with how to decorate it; not to mention the pressure of making a mistake with colours etc!

Rebecca was extremely approachable and friendly, it was very apparent from the very first mood board that she had really taken onboard these ideas of mine and was equally happy for me to say no to things and let me throw new ideas her way.

She also was fantastic at sourcing items that I may have seen on Social Media but had no idea where to find them, even when I had googled myself!

I am super happy with the aesthetic of my first place thanks to Weave Interiors, I really would highly recommend them.

Phil, Brighton