About G A Interiors

Creative director Giulia Adams has over 20 years’ experience of providing professional, creative, bespoke interior design services in London, the Cotswolds and surrounding areas. 

She specializes in collaborating with clients and their architects on residential interior design projects, to create inspirational homes that make her clients happy.

Interior design projects include contemporary new build country houses, London town house refurbishments, pied a terre for business men, individual room designs, bespoke furniture and lighting design and select commercial projects. Each project is different as is each client; she finds the bespoke interior design solution for you and ensures that your project runs smoothly from concept to completion.

Giulia understands her busy clients and actively listens to their requirements, thoughtfully developing and enhancing them, using her experience and skills to find solutions that are practical and beautiful. She will guide you through the design process, communicating with you at each stage, helping you to realise the unique project you have dreamed of.

She studied at University College London and the Royal College of Art and worked for well respected architects and designers before setting up her own practice in 2007. Her combination of art history education, architectural training, technical and commercial understanding of interior design and wide ranging knowledge of artisans and suppliers, allows her to create unique and inspiring environments.

She is a full Member of the British Institute of Interior Design and governed by the BIID professional code of conduct.

G A Interiors can provide the appropriate level of interior design and interior architecture services for your project; we liaise with you and your team of architects, consultants, contractors and specialists to ensure the smooth integration of interior design services.

 
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Here is a breakdown of the interior design services we offer:

Stage 1 and 2: Taking the Client's brief and creating concept designs:

  • Establish the scope of works and feasibility

  • Prepare layout options

  • Create sample boards

  • Perspective sketches

  • 1:50 plans and elevations

  • Ideas for colours, furniture, lighting, finishes and fabrics

  • Research into finishes, materials and suppliers

  • Submitting planning applications and listed building approvals

 

Stage 3 and 4: Design development, technical design and quotations:

  • 1:20 detailed drawings

  • Kitchen and Bathroom design

  • Bespoke furniture and joinery design

  • Lighting and electrical layouts

  • Specification of interior architecture

  • Preparation of tender documents

  • Submit drawings for building regulations approval

  • Obtaining quotes for all goods and services for approval by the client.

  • Liaising with structural engineer, architect and other consultants and suppliers

 

Stage 5: Construction

Inspecting the quality and progress of work on site and liaising with other consultants and contractors.

 
 

Supply of Furnishings, Fittings and Equipment:

Produce detailed estimates and place orders on the clients’ behalf for the supply of all soft furnishings, window treatments, furniture, light fittings, antiques and artwork that are not part of the building work.

Placing orders on behalf of the client with specialist sub contractors and suppliers e.g. sanitary ware, surface finishes, kitchen and recessed lighting, which are part of the building work.

Oversee their manufacture, delivery and installation.

 

Testimonials

 

Cotswolds – Woodmancote

Quite simply, we’re not sure how we’d have coped without Giulia.

A complete new house build for novices is a vertiginous learning curve, but she reassuringly coaxed us up it. More specifically:

– She took our brief about our tastes, and never exerted her own. However, in providing options, she included ones which challenged our initial instincts, and we have some more exciting features as a consequence.

– Her skills span creative ideas on soft furnishings to preparing detailed lighting, electrical and joinery plans.

– She understands spaces and their liveability; foreseeing the end result and guided us away from compromises we would have regretted later. - She painted sketches of rooms, critically allowing us to see what they would look like in 3D, rather than an architect's 2D. This brought the house alive.

– She’s grippy: responding quickly to emails; delivering on time; in command of the whole process, and on our side, meaning she wanted what was best for us, not easiest for herself - or for others! 

– She talked plain English to us, and technical-speak to techie people – not all are fluent in both.

– She’s patient with changes of minds, and is fun to work with, soothing a process which is joyful at time, yet headbangingly irritating at others.

London – Braithewaite

Giulia provided a full interior design service at our property in Wimpole Street, London, W1. Giulia made great efforts to understand exactly what we wanted to achieve practically. She was able to deliver this in a way that is so pleasing to live with. We are delighted with the end result and will definitely ask Giulia to help us again the next time we refurbish our property.

Sussex – Bell

Giulia Adams is a true professional who has designed many rooms for me over a period of 15 years. She is reliable, lovely to deal with and has a wealth of knowledge in all aspects of design. She is also a talented artist, which means she can paint/draw her various ideas she has of the particular room in question. This makes the end result easy to visualise for me. She has then dealt with budgets, ordering, meeting companies on site etc. all the way to completion of the project. 

I would have no hesitation in recommending her and she would be the only designer I would ever use in future.