With every luxury living development, its architecture is only part of the story. Creating aspirational spaces in keeping with the location and character of the surroundings is where the art of interior design brings a project to life. As Interior Designer for The Yealm development, Debbie Hudson has the pleasure of planning and developing the interiors for each of its 14 luxury apartments, as well as its stunning contemporary house. Having gathered a wealth of experience over the course of her career, Debbie’s vision and inspiration will provide The Yealm with an exceptional finish.
Though based in Hertfordshire, Debbie is well acquainted with the West Country thanks to family ties. So when the opportunity arrived to visit The Yealm, she already knew it would be a special project to be involved with. Fully accustomed to creating aesthetically pleasing interiors sympathetic to their surroundings, the development’s mix of contemporary new buildings, with the grandeur of the late-19th century former hotel, promises Debbie a chance to introduce a range of rich colour palettes, decorations and functional decor to a unique development.
So highly thought of are Debbie’s previous projects and reputation, that she’s been given almost free reign to deliver the right look for each of the development’s buildings. “I think this is one of the most exciting projects Simon has undertaken” says Debbie. “And as an interior designer, the site gives me the chance to create several different styles, so it’s a very special project to work on”.
“I work closely with the architect, who has a huge input, as well as the kitchen and bathroom fitters to come up with the right style for each of the homes.” continues Debbie, adding “There’s a lot of collaboration, and as a result I give Simon the ideas I think will work best”.
So what can we expect when the interiors are complete? Ideas are currently being refined to create the final look, but for a glance of what is to come, you can gain an insight into the look and feel of each development by browsing the following pages:
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The six former hotel apartments will have designs that work with the building’s existing Victorian elements to create a traditional shaker style with a contemporary twist. And the eight new apartments on the Western side of the site will unveil a more coastal, beachy feel. “It’s very exciting to have such different internal looks all in one project”, finishes Debbie. “And from a buyer’s perspective, the setting is stunning. There are so few places where you can have a new development with this finish and amazing outlook. You really can’t ask for more than that.”
With every element given careful and detailed consideration, The Yealm promises to provide an inspiring range of individually designed homes that celebrate the past and embrace the future.
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