New interiors web design: Church & Rose

interiors web design

Some of the best projects come about after a slow burn-type build up. So it was with Chuch & Rose, who first approached us to talk about a new look interiors web design for the consultancy back at the very start of 2017. I absolutely adore working on web design for interiors specialists so was immediately intrigued at the project. However the timing wasn’t quite right for them – so we waited a little. I confess that patience is not always one of my strong suits, but in this case it was rewarded and happily the phone rang a few months later with an instruction to begin work.

The lovely thing about Church & Rose’s work – at least from an outsider’s perspective – is that it is centered around comfort. I look at their interiors and immediately feel like I could relax in any of these homes. Quite a skill.

The other facet I am struck by is that, amid a set of British countryside homes on their portfolio, there is this very fresh, modern perspective.

This approach occasionally makes its presence felt in their more traditional ‘country home’-type projects too, something I find fascinating.

The new Church and Rose website – a great example of our interiors web design work

 

STARTING WITH A NEW BRAND

It was with this background of tradition blended with modernity that we approached not merely Church & Rose’s website but a parallel project – a fresh brand for the business.

I’ve always favoured simple but discinctive brand logos… perhaps with some sort of graphic twist. The Church and Rose logo definitely falls into that category. I enjoy its elegance – it seems to ‘just fit’ over their work.

The new Church and Rose logo – the starting point of our interiors web design project

 

A NEW WEB PRESENCE FOR CHURCH AND ROSE

At the heart of our brief from Vanessa Church and her team was a great new portfolio website. This new online presence focusses primarily on large photography of their work while an About Us page establishes the way in which they approach each new client brief.

In short order, the site covers a wide gamut of commissions – the most contrasting being a comfortable multi-bedroom Scottish shooting lodge, an opulent penthouse in Knightsbridge and a modern Swiss skiing chalet.

Throughout the site we’ve used the new logo which has been rolled alongside a new colour palette and typography style for Church and Rose. In terms of functionality of the site itself, an unusual feature is that rather than simple slideshows on each project page, the decision was taken to opt for long pages that clients could scroll through at their leisure.

The idea here is that we imagine clients old and new scrolling at home – probably on a tablet – so setting out the entire project on a single page is a simple approach that works for them and appeals to their client base.

The best possible answer to a client brief.

The new Church and Rose website – a great example of our interiors web design work

The new Church and Rose website – a great example of our interiors web design work

The new Church and Rose website – a great example of our interiors web design work

 

DOES YOUR BUSINESS REQUIRE AN INTERIORS WEB DESIGN PROJECT?

We are always excited at the prospect of new clients particularly in the interior design world. If you have a project you would like to discuss we’d be delighted to discuss it – just contact us.

More about this project

Visit the Church & Rose website (external link)

 

The new Church and Rose website – a great example of our interiors web design work