Check out our feature in the latest issue of Bristol Life. Wylde Director Tracey answers a few questions on the world of interior design, our process and what we specialise in.  It’s been a while since we’ve done any editorial pieces so it was nice to see our very own Tra in print again!

Here at Wylde we’re very proud to still be working through these strange times and assisting organisations to help transform their workplaces. We’ve been using our expertise to ensure a Covid-19 safe place to return to the office whilst also continuing to develop and design projects from scratch, navigating these challenging times and maintaining a plan and strategy to ensure projects are completed to the highest standards.

Here’s the content from our feature!

Why hire an interior designer?

An experienced and creative designer will make the most out of your space and budget. We’re masters of using colours, graphics, furniture and joinery to create outstanding interiors.

What do you specialise in?

We are a vastly experienced interior design practice working for commercial and high-end residential clients, designing beautiful, practical and sustainable spaces.

What is Wylde’s design process?

The brief is key; we have to fully understand our client from the start. Then the design begins with function and flow. That leads us naturally into form, style and colour, but practical space planning has to come first. We love sketching our ideas with fat felt tip pens to develop a sense of the spaces we’re trying to create.

Tell us a bit about one incredibly original or creative project you’ve been involved with…

Thatchers Cider has been an unforgettable project – a huge new admin hub in the tree tops. Wonderful airy space with abundant places to sit, work, eat and meet, surrounded by the rich zingy colours of apples. Currently shortlisted for a couple of awards. You can read the full case study for Thatchers here;

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