I create feel-good homes

I’m Becky Hirt, an interior designer and room stylist in Kingston Upon Thames, South West London. Through my focus on interior design for wellbeing I create healthy, considered, sustainable homes for people who want to live well. Homes that feel good as well as look good.

I offer a range of services that can be tailored to your needs and budget: whether you need help with one room or a larger area, I’d love to work with you to create a beautiful space that supports your wellbeing.

I am happy to travel to you if you live in South West London or North Surrey. If you live further away and would like my help, I can offer online advice and guidance.

You’ll get a good feel for how I work by looking at my gallery and reading my blog posts; all of my work is based on the following three principles.

Home-care is self-care

Investing in your living or working space is in investment in yourself, your wellbeing and your productivity. Everything starts with how you want to feel, think and behave in a space.

People centred not trend led

Your home should reflect who you are and how you live your life. Because you’re unique your home should be too and there are as many homes as there are people. No one design suits everyone.

When your home feels good you can live well

Your home shouldn’t just look good – it needs to feel good too. For me that means focusing on natural materials; bringing the outside in with plants, colour and inspiration from nature; and a sustainable and environmentally sensitive approach to sourcing.

I’d love to help you create your feel-good home, so please get in touch to find out more, or to book a consultation.

Thank you Becky for giving me the inspiration I needed to get started on my living rooms. You helped me to clarify in my own head what it was I actually wanted and then gave very practical suggestions so I could start putting those ideas into action: something Iโ€™d been finding difficult to do on my own. I especially valued the original design details that you proposed, things that I would never have thought of, which really make the finished look unique.

Leanne