Interior design website design goes room by room
FABRICS ARE A HUGE PART OF INTERIORS THIS INTERIOR DESIGN WEBSITE DESIGN AND LOGO DESIGN FOR ALIZARIN USES THE BEAUTY OF THE SELVAGE EDGE AS IT’S CREATIVE
With a pile of fabrics at hand from Interior Designer Ali Daniell the new Alizarin brand evolved. Each fabric was photographed and a colour palette created from the colours in fabric, one fabric for each ‘room’ of this interior design website design.
With the idea of each page of the site being a room, the homepage room featured samples of the flooring, complimentary fabrics for curtains, and the benchtop slate sample to accompany the copy about Alizarin’s services.
The website was built in WordPress enabling Ali to have her website’s informational content, blog and a gallery of project images all on one easy to use platform.
Ali’s four different business cards also featured the fabrics, laid out in the same way as on your interior design website, really strengthening the connection of the brand.
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“I approached Belinda Duffy of Duffy Design to design my new website after viewing her creative and diverse portfolio.
My brief to Belinda was for a visually appealing, informative and functional website. During our initial discussion she suggested using images as well as text to show how each aspect of the design process works, and also how colour and fabrics could be used as a repeating theme on each web page to reflect the nature of my business. These were both original ideas which evolved further as the website was developed.
Belinda communicated with me on a regular basis, ensuring that I was happy with each page design. Nothing was too much trouble – she was incredibly patient with all the minor tweaks and time required to get the web pages perfect before the site went live; never once losing her sense of humour! It has been a most rewarding journey to see the website come to fruition.
I am delighted with the end result which is a testament to her creative flair, attention to detail and professional approach.”