Emma Kewley at Interior Folk
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Award winning interiors creating uplifting and luminous spaces to reflect client's personality and location. Emma has worked at the forefront of Interior Design for the last two decades, with her friendly and practical approach she works hard to bring authenticity and style to your project.

We also have expertise in designing bespoke furniture and joinery. Our attention to detail, and our relationships with local craftsmen, artists and manufacturers ensure high quality work. Our repeat business and frequent referrals are testament to the quality of our work.

Services Provided
Bathroom Design, Bedroom Design, Bespoke Furniture, Dining Room Design, Drafting, Floor Plans, Furniture Selection, Home Cinema Design, Home Office Design, House Plans, Interior Design, Kitchen Design, Living Room Design, Nursery Design, Playroom Design, Space Planning, Staircase Design, Storage & Wardrobe Design

Areas Served
Pulborough, Sussex, Surrey, Kent, Hampshire, London, Arundel, Chichester, Brighton, Petworth, Midhurst, Godalming, Haslemere, West Wittering, West Burton, Emsworth, Hampstead Garden Suburb, Wimbledon, Wandsworth, Belsize Park, Primrose Hill, Hampstead, Battersea, Clapham, Horsham, Rudgwick, Cranleigh, Henfield, Steyning, West Chiltington, Amberley, Bury, Wisborough Green, Chiddingfold, Loxwood, Singleton, Lurgashall, Marylebone, Mayfair, Soho, Wimbledon Common, Balham, Vauxhall, Warninglid, Coolham, Hove, Shoreham, Shoreham-by-Sea, Wiston, Ashington

Certifications and Awards
Interior Folk Best Interior Designer Sussex 2018 award, Best of Houzz Award 2018, finalists in DeccaLondon Interiors competition, awarded House & Garden "One to Watch". Restaurant & Bar Design Awards Nominee for Hotel design. Part of team Best European Hotel of the Year.
Contact: Emma Kewley
Location: Pulborough, West Sussex RH20 2BH
United Kingdom
Professional Information:
Qualified Interior Designer, trained & graduated from Chelsea College of Art
Typical Job Costs: £25,000 - £10 million
Costs are reflective of the full project, we do occasionally offer consultations on a daily or hourly rate. Please enquire for further details.
Commented: Aluminium or UPVC bi folding doors I agree alu everytime over UPVC. We have just done some in an Anthracite Grey colour, they look really smart. Get the thinnest frame you can. Good Luck.
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Commented: Better bathroom layout? Is this the Family bathroom? I can see you have two other bathrooms near by. Is the bath the most important thing here, if so then it's ok. Otherwise I might think the shower tray and the basin are...
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Commented: Flooring Hi Goringbysea, it's a stunning floor, this is an oak plank, with no v groove, probably finished on site with a coating that keeps the wood looking very natural and very slightly white. I have spe...
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Commented: Tiny, angled kitchen - which way to lay flooring? Which way do you enter the room, it looks like there are two doors into it. Is the perspective you have shown what you see on entering? It's that first impression which is crucial. If you enter as ...
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Commented: Advice on curtains and furniture for reception I like the grey you have chosen and it works well with lots of strong colours like reds & orange, or blues and I think my favourite at the moment greens. I would consider keeping the curtains n...
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Commented: New bed style advice I agree add some colour and texture with a throw, cushions and a bench or even a small sofa at the end of bed, with more cushions will add a real wow factor. You could consider bigger bedside lights ...
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