Interior Design specialising in configuring living spaces to achieve the greatest potential for natural light, comfort, practicality and aesthetic value for you.
With over twenty years in the design industry and a wealth of experience working with both individual and corporate clients, Sue Bean is informed by and works to compliment and develop your own preferences, facilitating the design process through discussion and achieving personal, fresh, innovative and inspiring interiors.
Working closely with other professionals such as structural engineers, building control, specialist carpenters, builders and other trades, Sue works throughout Worcestershire and the surrounding counties, applying her skills to all types of home from period properties to new builds.
For the first hour of the initial consultation, which can happen onsite or remotely, there is no obligation as we establish if Sue Bean is the right designer for you. Fees are discussed at this time and range from an hourly rate to a set price for a specific outcome. This information is then provided as part of a detailed Project Proposal.
Whether you need just a light touch to guide your own design sense or an innovative approach to bring the project to life and make it happen, Sue is very happy to provide what is needed. This ranges from offering knowledge, inspiration and guidance through discussion, to samples and contacts; visuals such as perspective drawings, CAD floorplans and layouts, bespoke cabinetry specification and commission, to full on-site project management.
Mr and Mrs Viner 2020
John and Christine. Malvern 2021
Current Projects... A relaxed and informal 'Wellbeing Hub' in the centre of Pershore Town, an exciting project which we hope will reach many people. A luxury ensuite within a beautiful Regency period home, previously a store-room. The semi-vaulted and serene master bedroom of Willow Tree. A family bathroom with a new layout and an industrial vibe. A remodelled kitchen with bespoke new cabinetry, banquette seating and a contemporary interpretation of the shaker style... ....