For us, interior design is a journey with our client, a journey of creation and emotion and passion, as well as a journey of enjoyment - culminating in an interior which is unique and individual to you.


We pride ourselves in not having a recognisable house “look” but in translating your taste and ideas, guiding and suggesting as and when required. Where clients are not sure of what they are after, or where they have a broad, varied taste, we show the way and help them develop their own ideas and style.

Our seven interior designers are all highly talented and varied in their skills and experiences bringing a wealth of ideas and techniques to the Jeffreys design house.

From a roll of wall paper, a pair of curtains to dress one window or a fresh look for one room, to an entire renovation project of an historic house or a new build, we are happy to help and able to give the best advice.

To book an appointment: call  0131 247 8010 or email the design team by clicking here.

Or pop in to the Stockbridge Studio.


As professional interior designers we offer a bespoke service. We work closely with you from the outset, discussing your requirements and ideas and building a brief.  

Projects vary but on the whole each will follow a similar structure:

  • Developing the Brief
  • The Design Concept
  • Design Development
  • Sourcing
  • Installation & Dressing

1. Developing the Brief

This is a critical stage when we capture your requirements, ideas, lifestyle and character as well as the budget, constraints and practicalities of the project. Through initial consultation, meetings, sites visits and discussions we develop a brief outlining your goals and design objectives, what the project will involve, costs and our charges.
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2. The Design Concept

We research and develop ideas and suggestions to turn your brief into reality. This is a visual production of the brief. Presentations are usually held in our studio with suggested layouts, mood boards, drawings, swatches, colour samples and floor plans. Initial estimates are given. This stage can sometimes be repeated several times as your ideas develop.

3. Design Development

After the conceptual work had been agreed, the detail of the design and project is developed. Technical specs are carried out if needed, furniture and fittings are specified. On larger projects further site visits might be necessary. We liaise with your architects, planners and contractors as required. More accurate estimates are developed.
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4. Sourcing

We are able to source goods from far and wide, with the opportunity to shop via our retail space or catalogues, or to sample the tangible fabrics and wallpapers of our extensive in house collections. We give you access to the broadest range of interior furnishings including antiques and bespoke furnishings. Once the plans are complete and estimates accepted we place orders on your behalf. We commission highly skilled and experienced craftsmen and tradesmen as required by your project.

5. Installation & Dressing

Works are supervised and deliveries are coordinated. With a white gloves approach we carry out the installation and presentation in your property leaving you with a beautiful space and a trouble free experience.
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