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Interior Design and Project Management

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Spaces that work beautifully

Zoe Stopford Interiors is an interior design practice focused on providing intelligent and sympathetic design and project management services for commercial and residential projects.


Our approach is to fully understand a clients' needs for the space and their design aesthetic. We combine this with our design flair and a diligent approach in project management to produce beautiful, practical and inspiring interiors.


We understand that the spaces in which we live and work affect our well-being, productivity and outlook on life.  We design exceptional home and working environments in collaboration with a network of quality suppliers and contractors. 

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Space Planning

Space planning is key to creating environments that work as you want them to. Our space planning experience varies from planning the tiniest of bathroom and kitchens to maximising office space for increased headcount. Please contact us to find out if we can help.

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Finding furniture and artwork that defines a room or lifts an interiors scheme can be tricky and time consuming. Working with a huge range of suppliers, we help clients to find the right pieces for their space - be this exceptional artwork, furniture or decorative items. Our clients include property developers, private clients wanting to decorate rental properties and families wanting to update their space.

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We design intelligent interiors  - we look at the space our clients want to transform and start every project by understanding our clients design aesthetic. We don't have a set style - we work with every client to create interiors they love and that will be useful and used.  We understand the importance of lighting in creating a room's atmosphere and can also design bespoke lighting fixtures. Please get in touch to see how we might help you.

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Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.”

William Morris

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