Inspired Interiors by Robyn Coté is a Sydney based colour consulting and interior design service providing expert advice on how to create mood and atmosphere for any space – interior or exterior, residential or commercial. Areas of service include Hills District, Northern Suburbs, North Shore, Inner West, Sydney City and Northern Beaches. For all other areas, please enquire.
Colour Consulting - Robyn will meet you at your home or office for a 1-2 hour appointment. First, you can explain what you wish to achieve, then together you will finalise colours and placement for each area to be painted and/or decorated. Every client's style, home, furnishings, lighting, exterior, likes, dislikes, family living dynamics etc are unique and so will your colour solution be. Colour psychology is employed to ensure the colours are appropriate for the use of the space and the users of the space. Large colour samples (called brush outs) are also provided to help you visualise the final outcome and for use when shopping for furniture or accessories.
Kitchen & Bathroom Design - Renovating or building a new kitchen or bathroom? As a qualified Kitchen & Bathroom Designer recognised by KBDi, Robyn can provide kitchen and bathroom layouts to scale, specify colours, materials, finishes and fixtures, go shopping with you for tiles and PC items, design custom cabinetry and put you in touch with professionals to bring a stunning new kitchen, bathroom, ensuite, laundry or powder room to life. You can opt for the full kitchen and bathroom design serice or just ask for help in one area.
Window Furnishings - Advice, fabric selection, measuring, quotes, manufacture and installation of blinds, shutters and curtains can all be arranged through Robyn.
Other Design Questions? - Just ask and if Robyn isn't able to assist, chances are, she will be able to recommend someone who can.
“Nothing is in good taste unless it suits the way you live. What's practical is beautiful ... and suitability always overrules fashion." Billy Baldwin
“Fashion fades. Only style remains the same."