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Firm unveils its new image

Opening of the rebrand at Websters Interior in Bradford Road, Brighouse. Pictured is the design team, Sarah Whatmane, Clare Simms, Ian Lister, Heather Lister, Mike Simms and Gareth Betts

Opening of the rebrand at Websters Interior in Bradford Road, Brighouse. Pictured is the design team, Sarah Whatmane, Clare Simms, Ian Lister, Heather Lister, Mike Simms and Gareth Betts

A BRIGHOUSE based interior design practice has unveiled its new look.

The redesign at Websters Interiors on Bradford Road also includes a name change to Websters Interior Design Associates, a new website and design studio in their showroom refurbishment, which was unveiled at a special launch event.

Founded over 30 years ago, the company offers luxury interior architecture, consultancy and design for both contemporary and traditional home owners across the UK.

The showroom has been transformed to incorporate the ‘Design Studio’, a creative environment to enable the team to use cutting-edge technology to work together on projects. There is an endless library of products sourced from across Europe, with the new design platform enhancing home presentations and bringing designs to life.

Design director Clare Simms said: “The essence and values of Websters remains the same, however, we recognise that the retail environment has changed over the last few years and with the growth of advanced technology in the sector, we felt the time was right to invest in an increasingly service-led offer.

“The new showroom and website will provide our clients with a more interactive, technology focused service to highlight the exceptional results that our experienced design team can achieve. It provides the perfect studio based platform to complement the designers’ visits to client’s homes.

“Our bespoke services have evolved to include conceptual design and space planning of new build projects and extensions, as well as the refurbishment of individual rooms to complete homes, all tailored to reflect our clients discerning requirements.”

The launch event included cocktails, fashion from boutique Room 7, a theatrical cooking demonstration by chef Eric Paxman, as well as a display of the new interior collections from London Design Week. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice.

 

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