Black Sheep Interior Design is a full service residential design firm in Toronto. Their approach is to work closely with their clients creating custom designs that suit them to a tee.
“Every project is unique because it is so client driven. I love the challenge of learning about a client: their needs, their lifestyle, their tastes, and then putting that all together into a custom design just for them.”
Principal and founder Maia Roffey (in the featured photo) is a graduate of the Ryerson School of Interior Design. In addition to her degree, Maia has numerous other design credentials – LEED (green design), BCIN Large Buildings (Ontario Building Code compliance), and NCIDQ (professional designation examination).
Maia’s work has been showcased at the Interior Design Show, through House & Home magazine in print and online, and on CP24. She will also be appearing as a design expert on the Steven & Chris show this fall.
From traditional to modern, Black Sheep offers custom design solutions in a wide range of styles to suit the clients’ taste. In case of doubt, they can help you find it. But they also believe there is more to design than what meets the eye. Successful design is beauty backed by function. They can make your space fit not just your taste, but your life and your budget. Their scope of services varies from decoration to full-scale renovation depending on the project: One-time consultations; Space planning and furniture layouts; Construction drawings and renovation management; Custom cabinetry and furniture; Finishes selection; Decoration and accessorizing.
Everyone needs an extra set of hands sometimes. Black Sheep offers freelance contracts to industry professionals in the full scope of interior design and decorating services. With experience in both commercial and residential design and an eye for detail, they can help you with: Construction Drawing sets and Code reviews; Custom millwork and furniture design; Construction management and Site visits; FF/E specifications; Decoration, staging and styling.
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