“I am inspired by seeing what people already have and how to make the most of it. There’s always something – a painting, a window, a view – that will act as the lynch pin for the room. it’s not about things – it’s how you see them, how you place them and how you live in a room. Often it’s just about rearranging, editing, refocusing and curating. I love not replacing anything but just playing around with what people have got.”
Tamsin became an interior designer by default, giving up her previous career in restaurants to design houses for neighbours and friends, who after seeing her house asked her to help them make their home just like hers.