‘Deborah did an outstanding job in creating the best possible solution. She has redesigned the entire floor plan and lighting, and the result is fantastic’.
‘Deborah came up with some super design ideas for my new apartment. I have been very impressed with Deborah’s vision and professionalism’.
‘A fantastic remodelling of my kitchen, bathroom and a bedroom. On both occasions she listened to what I needed and came up with designs that were both beautiful and gave me the changes that I needed’. We clicked straight away. Her input into the whole development became invaluable, to the point where every time I showed something to my partner he would ask if it had been ‘quirked’ before agreeing to it!’
‘The response was brilliant. I was also able to approach them if l came across any pieces myself and needed reassurance that they would work’.
‘Deborah was fantastic from the moment I met her. She very quickly and accurately identified my likes and dislikes and incorporated these aspects into her amazingly creative design ideas’.
‘Deborah created an air of elegance but with an interesting twist – with a strong visual synergy throughout. Her designs are also practical: we now have good storage, excellent lighting and a terrific kitchen’.
‘We have never used a designer before but from the first meeting we got on well and Deborah instantly understood what we were looking for!’
‘I have hired Slightly Quirky for a few projects and plan to work with them again in the future. Deborah has an innate sense of design and colour and helped transform my house from bland to giving it a wow factor. She also organised for all of the work to be carried out including electrics, mirror installation, glass wall, bespoke wood work, soft furnishings, drapes, and painting. Furthermore she helped select furniture, fabrics, colours, wallpaper, light fixtures, etc. she is full of great ideas. I am sure she helped contribute to the property value of my house which sold within a week when it was time to move. I look forward to having her help transform my house again’.