“Our brief was to incorporate a passion for mid-century design into a modernist home that suited its Central Otago environment. Emma and her team worked seamlessly with the international architects and local builders and has without any doubt helped us see our vision through. The time difference, not to mention the 12,000 miles between us, was never an issue and everything required has been handled in an efficient, timely and always delightful manner.”
“Emma interpreted the updated art deco style we were looking for, spot on, found fabrics and furnishings that were style appropriate and yet worked with our feng shui led colour scheme” “As well as newly commissioned/sourced furnishings, Emma also worked seamlessly on incorporating our own belongings to produce a home that we feel thoroughly comfortable and at home in”
“The reason we engaged Emma was, very simple, the fact that she listened. In this she stood apart from the other designers to whom we’d spoken. She didn’t impose her own taste, the standard off-the-shelf ideas or the prevailing style. Instead she worked with our brief and our existing furniture, making suggestions that would help integrate what we had into our new home and broaden our thinking where that was desirable”
“We have been most impressed by the results and regard Emma as a professional with few peers in this area”
“White Interiors worked fluidly with the other members of the development team – from the architect to the builder to the other suppliers ensuring that all the details in the house were optimal”
“While based in London, we engaged White Interiors to design, select order and equip everything in the interior of our home in Wanaka, New Zealand. That’s everything from sofas to saltshakers; paint colours to paintings”.
“Emma and her team at White Interiors are a dream to work with and we can’t recommend them highly enough.”
“The options Emma offered invariably worked in with what most suited us and we were as a result able to make our decisions in a way that was efficient, cost effective, and in the end appropriate for our lifestyle and environment.”