The objects you surround yourself with and the environment you live in has a huge effect on your well-being, happiness, mental and physical health.
“EDIT your life”
EDIT came about through my love of interiors and my passion for making spaces work for people. Since studying Interior Architecture at university I’ve worked on many different types of projects; from people’s homes, office breakout spaces to birthing rooms in hospitals. Throughout this time I’ve blogged for Pippa Jameson Interiors, Heart Home magazine, CDC Lifestyle and of course, EDIT.
EDIT focuses on “editing your life” by providing you with a tailored style vision board along with a personalised plan to improve your home. You will have some interiors therapy as part of the process, which will leave you feeling clear, uncluttered and able to move forward with your ideal living space.
EDIT’s designs are not based on fads or trends, its all about your personal style including your past treasures and the things you have in your present, whilst also creating a wonderful environment for your future. I will set you up with the correct tools and vision.
I will work with what you already have and I’ll only suggest items that you actually need, avoiding the trap of buying unnecessary items whilst making it affordable.
My advice and concept for each person is different, I never recycle design ideas, everything is based on you, your lifestyle and personality.
As a Londoner, I know how small the amount of space you have to live in can be, I’ll enable you to make the most out of that space.
I will provide you with a personal style guidance that is transferable throughout your life. You can choose the level of service you require and always add and adapt in the future.
You’ll benefit from the guidance of a professional with the opportunity to develop your own personal style, creating a vision and opening your eyes to the world of interior design in the right way.
Take a peek at my Pinterest for inspiration and examples of the sort of boards I produce. My blog showcases some of my writing pieces showing the link between a healthy habitat and mental well-being.
I would love to hear from you, so please do drop me a line at elizabethdanon(at)gmail.com