You’ve collaborated with Designed by Woulfe in the past, can you tell us a bit about the process of collaborating with interior designers?
I love collaborating with interior designers. I usually start by requesting mood boards, including fabrics and colour schemes. Next, I either get sent CGI’s of the rooms or do a site visit to check proportions of the rooms, furniture and get a feel for the type of real or faux plants that would work in the space. I then provide a mood board with a breakdown of the rooms and test some plants in the rooms, evolving once they are in situ.
How would you suggest someone with no garden or terrace brings the outdoor in through plants and flowers?
Having a variety of plants in the kitchen enhances my mood. I like to have them in groupings of three and have a variety of heights and pot textures. A chic plant stand is also a great way to introduce plants into your home. I have two rubber plants in oversized wicker baskets one in my hallway, and one in my kitchen and they are incredibly sturdy and require very little maintenance.
Who is your dream client?
I love working with a variety of clients. The process I find works best for me is when there is a clear starting point but an ability to be flexible in its execution. Projects often evolve whilst I am working on them, or new products become available, or you find inspiration externally that enhances an area’s look.