Our Services

Marsh & Wiesenfeld provides a full interior design service to clients who are looking to build a new house, add an extension, refurbish and update a property or redecorate their home.

Our interior design service includes

  • Space planning and layouts
  • 3D drawings and visuals
  • Lighting and electrical planning
  • Colour scheme
  • Window treatment and curtain making
  • Bespoke joinery
  • Detailed design and specification
  • Sourcing and supply of furniture and fittings
  • Accessorizing and art

We work in close collaboration with our clients to combine their ideas with our experience to create a perfect space. We provide an entirely personal service ensuring that the scheme fulfils the client brief and budget. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail and our ability to complete a finished project that exceeds our client’s expectation.

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Space planning.

We maximise the potential of the space and provide  layouts which meet the needs of our clients. We use CAD drawings and 3D illustrations to bring the space to life.

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Lighting and electrical.

Lighting and electrical plans can be supplied to complement the furniture layouts. Decorative lighting is chosen to finalise the design scheme.

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The design scheme.

Design and colour schemes are created using different materials and textures to achieve the style and feel that is specified in the brief.

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Window treatment.

Window treatments are designed and supplied taking into consideration the size and shape of the window, the use of the room and the colour scheme.

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Furniture and fittings.

We specify and order furniture and fittings as well as designing bespoke pieces.

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Accessories and art.

The final touch is to add artwork and accessories which we source and supply.

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Iconic furniture feature.

The Egg Chair

By Arne Emil Jacobsen

Arne Jacobsen studied architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. The Egg chair was commissioned for the Radisson SAS hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1958. The shape of the chair has become very popular and it was even used as the diary room chair for the first UK series of "Big Brother".

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