December 2016

Ongoing Designs Moving house and the arrival of Arthur have meant a busy year for Elizabeth – and with Elizabeth and Chloe’s interior design business E&A Interiors going great guns, it’s not going to calm down any time soon. “We’re now a team of six at E&A. We welcome all kinds of projects, and our aim is to keep working on our large-scale work as well as smaller commissions; whether it’s just getting some cushions made or a full-scale renovation, we’re open to it all.” The business is currently completing around ten major renovations a year, as well as many soft-furnishing projects of varying sizes. It now stocks 40 boutique brands of wallpaper and fabric, and plans to add more to its collection. Although Elizabeth’s home style is, in her own words, “layered with colours and patterns, and a little Boho-chic”, for their clients’ designs they promise to turn their hand to any style. “Clients come with so many different briefs – for example, an English look, a Hamptons feel, or French country chic. Singapore is a fun place to practise interior design, because so many of the apartments are completely blank canvases and you can get away with almost any aesthetic here.”

ABOVE: The console is home to many family pictures and just one of the decorative owls that Tim has bought Elizabeth. LEFT: The wreath, which includes cinnamon sticks and dried oranges to give it a truly festive aroma, is made by Becca from Silk Flowers Singapore.



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