Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between an interior stylist and an interior designer?
A designer will custom design kitchens, and rugs, and work with an architect or builder to select all the building finishes and materials. A stylist focuses on that final layer of furniture, objects and art.
Can you help source products for a photo shoot or styling session?
Yes, we can, we work on projects of all sizes so reach out with a good description of your project and we can come back to you with an estimate.
What does a stylist do on a photo shoot?
A stylist works first liaising with the client to ensure we have a locked-in brief, and then their role is to source every prop we may need to achieve the aesthetic required. We then work with the photographer shot by shot ensuring everything is placed as beautifully as possible to the camera.
What is your pricing?
A lot of our pricing is depends on the scope of the project. But email us via our enquiry form and we will send you our Services Guide, which is a mini magazine with key packages explained. Then feel free to give us a call with any other questions!
How far in advance do I need to book with you?
The sooner the better so we know we have an adequate lead time, but usually 1 month minimum for shoots and 3 months minimum for interior and visual merchandising projects. If you have a last-minute booking, still reach out and we can see if we can accommodate you.
How can I book you and what is the process?
After you have emailed us for our Services Guide, you’ll usually come back to us with what service you would like our help with. We will book you in for a consult, so you will get to see a taste of the vision for your project and receive a quote. Once you are happy with the quote and want to go ahead we will book you in with a deposit to secure a spot in our calendar.
Then we get stuck into all the creativity and production!
Have more questions? Please feel free to get in touch.