Rebecca is part of our design team, surveying client properties and providing invaluable insight on everything from furnishings through to colour schemes.
She joined KSL in 2010 straight after graduating from University College Suffolk in Interior Design.
“Working to design kitchens and bathrooms is a much more intimate experience than traditional commercial design. It’s also a really interesting creative challenge, adapting designs to suit the individual tastes of our clients.”
Her vision and skill have already won her recognition, being awarded the Young Designer of the Year Award in 2014. Rebecca went on to win the Bathroom Concept Designer of the Year accolade in 2016, from the Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom Specialists Association (KBSA) annual national design awards.
Outside of work, Rebecca enjoys testing out her eye on the archery range, giving her the opportunity to unwind and spend time with her partner.
- KBSA Young Designer of the Year 2014
- KBSA Bathroom Concept Designer of the Year 2016
Owners of a beautiful period home in Suffolk wanted to update a Jack and Jill bathroom for their children.
The owners of a 1970s house in Suffolk wanted new fitted wardrobes for their bedroom that would provide adaptable storage in a clean and contemporary design.
Our client, owners of a house originally built as an art studio in the 1970s, were looking to reconfigure their bathroom to create space for a larger adjoining guest bedroom.
Our client wanted a modern, simple and easy to clean kitchen for their semi-detached house in Chelmsford.