‘An interior is about an emotion. About ‘coming home’. A place where one feels relaxed and in tune with one’s environment. A haven from the rush, to be alone in or with family or friends’. Diane Robinson
Some of Diane’s work is carried out designing new museum galleries, an area where new technology and cutting edge design is essential to improve the visitor experience. This expertise enables her to offer a design service for the re -display of the collections of private clients.
For a number of years Diane and her team designed the bespoke kitchens for a local company. Inner Space still offers this through their own manufacturer and under the label of Red Elephant. These kitchens are at the luxury end of the spectrum and can be traditional or very contemporary.
Diane gained her degree in ancient history and archaeology, specialising in the art and architectural subjects which most fitted with her talents and temperament. After a few years as an illustrator for English Heritage and fitting in a two year course in creative embroidery, she then qualified in Interior Design and afterwards took an ONC in building construction.
With this background Diane respects historical tradition but embraces a contemporary attitude. Her interiors range from the strictly, and traditionally correct to the totally contemporary but all have an understated elegance.