Benji Lewis has introduced a new virtual interior design service called Zoom That Room that provides one-hour home consultations across any video communications platform you choose.
As travel restrictions begin to be lifted, the chance to spend quality time in a second home has become a reality this summer. Whether it’s a chateau in Provence or a holiday cottage in the Cotswolds, second homes might be in need of a little TLC after months of lockdown neglect.
International designer Benji Lewis can effortlessly style your home with his new virtual interior design service Zoom That Room.
Zoom That Room is a contact-free, bespoke design offer. A one-hour home consultation costs from £90 per zoomed room. Via whichever video communications platform you choose (FaceTime/zoom etc.), you can dial in with Benji and discuss your interior design issues and aspirations in return for tailored advice for you and your second home.
Benji Lewis, who operates from bases in the UK and France, hosts Zoom That Room sessions with people across all types of property. He trained at the KLC School of Interior Design and worked for Bonhams Auctioneers and a major Interiors house in London before successfully setting up on his own in 2004.
Benji is known for his creative, thoughtful but accessible, and non-judgemental approach and is much sought after as a designer whether you want a transformation of your room to a personal workspace while away, or a complete reorganisation of your living room in a way that you have never previously considered.
Since creating and launching Zoom That Room, the London-based interior designer has conducted multiple virtual bespoke consultations. These range from simple advice to the start of significant refurbishments. Since lockdown, he has zoomed rooms for individuals in the UK, US, Paris and Sydney.
Bookings and enquiries can be made via www.zoomthatroom.com.
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