Bath Interior Designer Space Planning Room & Colour Scheme Services Announced

Etons of Bath is a professional, full service interior design firm focusing on classically inspired interiors with a unique specialism in Georgian and Regency-era styles.

Bath, United Kingdom - May 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Bath, United Kingdom-based company Etons of Bath has announced expert interior design services. The company provides full service interior design and planning including sourcing and procurement, specialising in Georgian and Regency-style homes and hotels.

More information can be found here: https://www.etonsofbath.com/interior-designers-bath

The company is made up of a team of experienced interior designers in Bath and Bristol with a focus on classically inspired interiors with a unique specialism in Georgian and Regency-era designs. Their ethos combines a personable and expert approach with an obsession for customer service and high quality.

Etons of Bath is proud to be a full service interior design company that takes ideas from conception to completion. Involved in the design and planning stage is developing concepts alongside their clients to create quality, bespoke work. They use their expertise to create room schemes, and use colour consultancy and space planning to coordinate and maximise the beauty and design of every space.

From lighting an electrical planning, to project management, to sourcing materials, the company handles every aspect of the interior design process and brings it to life before the eyes of their clients. They do interior design and garden design work for homes, hotels and other businesses.

Not only will the team design and develop the concept, they will source and procure all materials including fabric, wallpaper, lighting, furniture, hard and soft flooring, curtains, joinery, bathrooms, kitchens and garden furniture.

The company also specialises in creating hand-made window dressings from their fabric library of over 50 collections from leading brands. Window dressings include hand-made curtains, blinds, blackout blinds, automation, long drop curtains, upholstery and bespoke lampshades.

The firm has received numerous accolades for their work, including this online review reading, “Sarah Latham and Etons of Bath came to my rescue after attempting to furnish a complete Georgian House in Bath myself. After our brief, Sarah came back with an excellent presentation for furniture, soft furnishings, art work and rugs which matched our contemporary interior design style and budget.”

Etons of Bath has interior designers in Bath and Bristol. Interested parties can find more information and get in touch with the team at the link above.

Contact Info:
Name: Charlie Salter
Organization: Etons of Bath
Address: 108 Walcot Street, Bath, England BA1 5BG, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1225-639002
Website: https://www.etonsofbath.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 512886

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