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I n t e r i o r  D e s i g n


Residential Interior Design is an integral part of Architecture, focused on creating interior spaces that make the building both functional and aesthetically appealing. It is the interior spaces in which people live and this can include houses, apartments, condos, and anywhere else where people reside. It’s the Interior Designer’s job to make it a ‘home’ for the people who live in the space.


Your home is where you relax, cook, and eat, where you entertain close friends and family, and you might even work from home, so there are a lot of needs to be considered in the Interior Design process. Residential needs tend to be focused on smaller groups and more relaxed atmospheres than you’d find in a Commercial building, and the Interior Designer needs to ensure that the colours, lighting, furniture, appliances, temperature, and general layout meet these needs, as well as the Client’s personal style. In other words, the interior needs to be liveable – comfortable and usable.


FLIS Interior Design will find out how you use your home and how it can work better for you, we don’t create design schemes for ‘our’ homes – we create them for ‘yours’. Your home is the perfect platform to show off the items and things in your life you love! Interior Design doesn’t have to cost the earth either – we work with your budget and nothing is bought for you without you being completely happy with it.


Niki possesses an artistic flair and the business acumen necessary for planning interior spaces and managing the project from the start, through installation and until a successful completion. When working with her, she will decipher the puzzle of building works, home furnishings and accessories by providing you with a light at the end of the Residential Interior Design tunnel!




Residential Interior Design is a matter of balancing aesthetic and function, so Niki will need to consider the primary function of the Residence: it is a place where people live, and her primary focus is creating a liveable space using the 7 Elements of Interior Design – Space, Line, Forms, Lights, Colour, Texture and Pattern.

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