Dip. Interior Design
Compose Interiors is more than just Interior Design… it’s an interior SOLUTION when it comes to building or renovating.
There’s a minefield of conflicting building/renovation information out there. Where do you start? Who do you trust? What do you need?
Meet Debbie Omond of Compose Interiors. Debbie’s service is the RESULT of dealing with clients having to COMPROMISE at the finish line of their build or renovation due to lack of knowledge, support, planning and consideration at the start. Debbie says, “it’s not the clients fault – you don’t know what you don’t know”, which is how Debbie become an EXPERT in her field. With her KNOWLEDGE, CREATIVE FLAIR and EXPERIENCE she focuses her interiors business on the end result, how you want your home to be when its FINISHED.
Debbie will LISTEN to your story, learn how you would like to live in your home, get to know your family dynamic’s, your styles and tastes (possibly even your shoe size!) and your budget to ensure that your new home is PERSONALISED for you.
Together, Debbie will guide you through the Interior planning process to ensure there are no compromises/disappointments at the end or missed opportunities. Key focus points may include but are not limited to: Exterior and Interior Colours, Flooring, Kitchen, Bathroom and Laundry Designs, Furniture Placement/Layout and Lighting Plans. Plus, all the finishing touches that turn your house into a home such as window treatments, furniture, custom cabinetry, cushions, rugs, art and more…
Allow Debbie to support you in making your house dreams become a reality. Planning a build or renovation? Take the FIRST STEP and call me today for a FREE 20-minute consultation, the sooner we get started the better!
Compose Interiors services Wellington, the Hutt Valley and surrounding area’s such as the Kapiti Coast and the Waiarapa by request in both a residential or commercial capacity.
Debbie is an award-winning designer who has a Diploma in Interior Design and is a member of DINZ (Designers Institute of NZ) and the NKBA (National Kitchen and Bathroom Association). Debbie has over the years been a contributor to NZ House and Garden Magazine and Habitat by Resene.
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