In-House Arts Advisory Service

Our Arts Advisory service has been established for clients who require assistance with art placement, sourcing and the commissioning of private artworks for their home.

This personal service is designed to bring a finer level of detailing to your completed scheme and works alongside the development of your interior design project with Deborah Drew, providing you with
a custom portfolio tailored to your lifestyle space.


Our resident artist and specialist consultant, Nick Davies, is a practicing artist with knowledge in both traditional and contemporary art trends through research at Masters level.  Nick has many years experience within the arts and media industry and she has lead and curated a number of visual arts projects both locally and nationally.

As resident artist, Nick also offers clients private commissions to complement their schemes.  Through detailed discussion with Deborah Drew and client meetings, she is able to draw upon the project brief and client style preferences to create original one-off pieces. These can be painted to any size you desire, blending the schematic colours with your own personal style to create a unique element and finishing touch to the final design.  Please see examples of Nick’s unique art works below.


Private Commisions

Private one-off commisions by Nick Davies to complement your individual style and space

Sourcing and Curating

The sourcing and curating of art works, such as paintings, prints, ceramics and sculptures including privately commissioned pieces by other artists.



Framing options for new art works


Advice on privately owned art works including re-framing

Utilising existing pieces for your new project or for another room

Advice on the optimal placement of art works

Nick Davies’ Art

Lino and Glass

The transparent image set in glass suggests the reflected patterns in moving water, whilst the embossed print that is placed under the surface is intended to depict the solidity of the substrate that lies beneath.  It is my intention to invite the viewer to ‘look in’ as if they were standing over a water’s edge.

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