Sunday, September 20, 2020

Lincoln mother, daughter duo launch luxury interior design consultancy

Lincoln-based mother and daughter duo Helen and Scarlett Blakey have together launched Ophelia Blake, an interior design consultancy service and studio.

Ophelia Blake offer a unique art-inspired approach to clients across residential and commercial sectors, providing a mix of services ranging from comprehensive inspiration boards, technical plans through to complete interior design packages.

Ophelia Blake’s clients receive a bespoke, carefully considered consultancy service, with a passion and attention to detail that are second to none.

From classic elegance to vibrant and daring interiors that celebrate art, texture and colour, Ophelia Blake designs are inspired by an intricate understanding of design trends and timeless luxury.

“A focus on the individual personality of either your home or business is always at the forefront of our design process,” said Helen Blakey, co-founder of Ophelia Blake.

The individual yet contrasting skill sets of founding partners Scarlett and Helen combine to complement and balance one other.

Ophelia Black founders, Scarlett & Helen Blakey

Scarlett’s Fine Art education and professional practice has led to an innovative, art-focused approach to their design, whereas Helen’s professional business background brings forth a technical, solution focused approach.

Collaboratively, the duo delivers dramatic transformations and unique interiors that embody both classic and cutting-edge design principles and expose the very essence of individual aesthetic.

Scarlett said: “We’re passionate about delivering professional, tailored excellence and luxury design concepts. To us, interior design is about working tirelessly to give our spaces soul, character and purpose, and we do this through intensive client consultancy, intelligent and creative space planning, custom art creation, curated material finishes and unrivalled attention to detail.”

“We are so very excited to be launching Ophelia Blake in the heart of our hometown, Lincoln, on the simply beautiful and ever popular Steep Hill.”

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