Louise Booyens Interiors is an interior design studio specialising in residential projects in
Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.
Louise has an instinctive ability to see the potential of a space and with a passion for colour, texture and materials she will create a timeless, bespoke and comfortable look.
She sees every client and home as completely unique and takes the time to really understand you and your lifestyle in order to provide a very personal service and design approach. By working closely with you and using what you already have, she will help you create a home that works for you and your family.
With a degree in Heritage Interior Design and a passion for historic interiors, she can also provide a contemporary, updated design for your period home while always respecting the building's history. With beautiful features and interesting nooks and crannies, heritage properties are unique. It is very unusual to find a period house without any of the original details and sometimes it can be overwhelming trying to make decisions about what to keep, add or get rid of when working on a design scheme for your heritage home.
"I believe strongly that your period home shouldn't feel like a museum, but rather include a good blend of period features, re-interpreted old furniture, antique pieces, contemporary furniture and fittings... a tasteful mix of old and new."
After obtaining a law degree in South Africa, Louise moved to the UK where she completed a Diploma in Interior Design as well as a Diploma in Curtains and Soft Furnishings. She recently graduated with a FdA in Heritage Interior Design.
What People Say
We found Louise to be a very friendly and professional interior designer. She came up with plenty of ideas and advice as to how to refurbish our property. We received swatches and paint colour samples in the post along with a detailed brief room by room containing photos of furniture and layout ideas . We would highly recommend her.
- Jane and Steve, Norfolk
Interior Designer Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire