Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Styla Design

Whitianga, Whitianga 3510

Business Details

Hollie has spent more than 5 years in the building industry, She has worked with clients, creating a diverse range of styles on a variety of projects.

Hollie is passionate about all facets of design and believes it’s an essential component to delivering a comprehensive and successful project. The focus is always on creating spaces that are sophisticated, refined and genuinely reflecting a client’s personality or brand. STyla.design proudly collaborates with architects, builders & landscapers.

With a Diploma in Interior design, Hollie likes to keep ahead of latest trends and construction materials to include in her projects.


During the first consultation, I will discuss your plans and your styling or design needs. I will talk about your personal style, budget, the ​scope of works and time frames.


Interior design and decorative service, concept design and space planning, interior and exterior colour schemes, kitchens and bathroom design and furniture design.


I can work with what you have and help you identify any new pieces you need. As needed I will create mood boards to help you visualize the new look and drafted furniture layouts.


-On site management
-Coordination of ordering, manufacturing, ​and installation
-Quality control


This includes hard finishes for the interior and exterior of your home (including furniture, lighting, artwork, and accessories, ​flooring solutions including tiling, carpet, and rugs).


I can meet you at a selection of furniture/fixture/product showrooms and stores, walk you through the process of selecting what you need for your project.

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website: www.styladesign.nz

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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/styla.design/


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