Beauty is in the details

trevor3

Posted on: 4th April, 2016

Category: Home, Garden & Environment

Contributor: Sheila Mullins

Interior designer Trevor Perrott’s belief in the importance of “finishing touches” has led him to open his own exclusive store in Clonakilty. Inspired by phrases such as “there is no place like home” and “home is where the heart is”, Trevor decided to name his store ‘Home Living Interiors’. Packed with beautiful Object d’Art, occasional furniture, mirrors, framed wall art, lamps and soft furnishings, this store’s range of products promises timeless quality, style and sophistication for modern home living.

“A beautiful room is a like a work of art,” says Trevor. “It is a collection of elements; colour, fabrics, lighting, furniture and other objects work together to create a desired atmosphere. Whilst every element is important, it is impossible to create a finished room without the right objects.”

Trevor1
Trevor has been designing interiors in West Cork homes for over five years; with fewer new builds these days he specialises in helping clients to work with what they have to achieve stunning new looks.

“Of course new colour schemes and window dressings create a wow factor but also, by simply repositioning furniture that is in the wrong spot or pictures that are not at the right level, you can transform a space without having to throw out treasured possessions.

“Sometimes however you do need to source special items to really tie a design together and I was struggling to find the objects I needed. I realised others must too and that led me to open this store, which stocks a variety of beautiful console tables, lamps, mirrors, pictures, chairs etc.”

Trevor opened his store at his home in Gullane, Clonakilty, next door to his father Sidney’s well-known garden machinery business. This has the great advantage in that Trevor is not under pressure to stock just the latest fashions that will move quickly off the shop floor. “I have unique one-off pieces in all styles, with many classics that my customers really appreciate,” says Trevor.

If customers don’t find what they are looking for in stock, they are welcome to sit down and browse through catalogues to find exactly what they are looking for, which can then be ordered. Because Trevor deals mostly with Irish suppliers, orders arrive in quickly and are always of the highest quality of design and materials.

Home Living Interiors is open Monday to Saturday from 9-6pm (closed for lunch 1-2pm). Feel free to call, browse, relax and be inspired in its no pressure sales environment or for an appointment call Trevor on 086 2420602.

Trevor‘s interior design consultancy ‘Trevor Perrott Design’ continues to grow steadily and now covers from Bantry to beyond Cork City. Trevor is available by appointment at his studio or to make house calls for advice on colour choices, spacial planning, paint and wall finishes, floor coverings, curtain choices for window dressings, lighting, furniture choices and more. Now with a vast array of interior products stocked and available to source from his store, Trevor can cater for all needs and tastes, adding character and personality to any home whilst also offering exceptional value. Trevor will also be launching his own website very shortly.

Latest News Articles:

New tours give a taste of the Lee Valley
More than €30,000 raised for charity as crowds flock to Ford 100 Fest in Ballinascarthy
Opening of new all-inclusive pool places Dunmanway at centre of West Cork for sport and recreation
Bantry Harbour Marina officially opens
West Cork named top food destination
Tourist numbers up in Bantry and Beara this summer
Brookpark Community Enterprise Centre
Global Shares to create 80 new jobs
Ford 100 Fest on Ford family farm to mark 100 years of Ford in Ireland
A Taste of West Cork Food Festival launches delectable programme

Join us on Facebook

Dúchas Clonakilty's first lecture for the Autumn promises to be of huge interest to all: Emerging from the Shadow of Tom Crean – The Parish Centre, Clonakilty, Thursday September 28th 8.30pm.

Lecture by Aileen Crean O’Brien & Bill Sheppard

In May 2016, Kerry man Tom Crean, along with Ernest Shackleton and four other crew members, landed the James Caird lifeboat on the rocky isle of South Georgia. The navigation of that small boat, across 1500 km through icy winds and towering seas, is regarded as the greatest ever feat of navigation. They then trekked across the forbidding and inhospitable mountains and glaciers of South Georgia to seek help for the rest of their crew, who were left behind on Elephant Island after their ship, the Endurance, was crushed by the Antarctic ice.

One hundred years later, Crean’s grandaughter, Aileen Crean O’Brien, set off with her sons and partner to follow in her grandfather’s footsteps. Join Aileen and Bill to hear of their adventures (and misadventures) on the Southern Ocean and the island of South Georgia.
... See MoreSee Less

7th September, 2017  ·  

Caheragh are holding a Modern,Classic & Vintage Run next Sunday 10th September at the Travellers Rest in Aid of The Aisling Tanner Fund. Registration 11am. Run starting @ 12.45. ... See MoreSee Less

4th September, 2017  ·  

Dunmanway Historical Association regrets to announce that the talk on Sile na Gig which was to take place on Thursday, 24th August in Atkins hall @ 8:30pm has been cancelled. ... See MoreSee Less

18th August, 2017  ·  

Jump to:

Top