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Designer's Table Masterclass: Sketching as a Communication Tool for Interior Designers - Level 1

  • Little Greene Paint Company 310 King's Road London United Kingdom (map)

Are you new to the world of Interior Design? Are you studying Interior Design? Or perhaps considering a career change?

Join our Designer's Table at the Little Greene Chelsea showroom* as we explore sketching as a powerful communication tool within your interior design projects.

Tickets £45 - book here.

In this workshop Audrey will:

  • get you started with some traditional drawing techniques using layout paper and scale rulers so that you can map out the proportions of the room you are designing

  • show you some simple ways to create quick and easy concept sketches from your technical drawing

  • introduce you to her method for creating perspective sketches

  • discuss the advantages of sketching as a means to develop and think through your ideas and to communicate effectively with your clients 

  • help you find your drawing style and develop more confidence and skill in this area

  • chat about her interior design process and answer any questions you have

Bring along a project you are working on and you can use this as the basis for your sketches. Dimensions of the space would be helpful.

Refreshments are included in the ticket price. Drawing materials are supplied for use during the workshop. You can select a free Little Greene Sample Pot of your choice to take home, along with the sketches you have created.

Numbers for this Masterclass are limited to 8 people.

For those who wish to progress their sketching skills further, there is a Level 2 workshop happening on the same day at 2pm which you are welcome to book also.

* Little Greene have a fantastic events space on the lower ground floor of their Chelsea showroom, which is where this workshop will take place.


Since setting up her interior design studio 10 years ago, Audrey has worked with over 250 London homeowners at various stages of their projects. She also runs workshops for home-improvers and masterclasses for interior designers new to the industry. By inviting you in on her process, she can show you how she works as an interior designer and you can apply this way of working to your own home or professional project.


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See some of our own interior design projects here.