Join our Designer’s Table at the Halifax Home Hub*, New Oxford Street for an inspiring morning of Moodboards for your home!
In this workshop Audrey will:
talk you through the benefits of putting together a moodboard when furnishing your home and why it's a much loved way of working for interior designers
show you examples of how to combine different materials, finishes, patterns and colours to create an eclectic yet contemporary scheme
invite you to explore our samples collection including paint colour swatches, fabrics, materials & furniture finishes and help you to put together a moodboard for a room of your choice
answer any questions you may have to do with furnishing your home and give you some tips and ideas to consider
Bring along photographs of a room of your choice and architect’s plans if you have any, although plans are not essential. Do also photograph any existing items you would like to incorporate into the space, eg patterned fabrics, rugs etc. If you are starting from scratch and don’t have any furnishings yet that’s no problem!
You will leave with your own moodboard creation combining colours, materials, patterns and textures which you can introduce into your home and the inspiration to progress your project to the next level.
Tickets £45 - book here.
Refreshments are included in the ticket price.
This workshop is limited to 10 guests.
* Halifax's new home on New Oxford Street is the first of its kind, with an event space and cafe on the first floor, where this workshop will take place - see here: https://www.halifax.co.uk/contactus/flagship/
Since setting up her interior design studio 10 years ago, Audrey has worked with over 250 London homeowners at various stages of their projects. Not everyone needs or wants the ongoing help of an interior designer, but many appreciate some professional guidance and advice at certain stages of a refurbishment or redecoration project. This is what inspired Audrey to create the Designer's Table events.
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