Helmi Vaga Interior Design started it's journey back in 2006 as part of a property development company owned and run by husband and wife team Helmi and Nick based in South Wales, UK. Some of the projects included renovating and extending houses, developing large old houses into beautiful apartments plus some experience in Listed Buildings as the company purchased a row of dilapidated and ruined Iron Workers cottages. These were to be made into gorgeous cottages once again, reinstating period features but with all modern comforts, for local residents to make home.
Helmi is also a busy Mum to 3 children, with one now in University and two still in school. Between juggling family life and interiors, Helmi opened a haberdashery and fabric shop which catered for the crafty folk of Monmouthshire. Sewing and Making are the other passions in Helmi's life! The shop has now developed into an online store and receives orders from across the globe. You can visit the shop at www.sew-at-home.co.uk
Often frustrated by not finding quite the right fabric for a project, Helmi decided to get the paints out and started designing her own fabrics. These are used for curtains, blinds, lampshades and all types of soft furnishings. This venture has led to the creation of Olga & Flo which is still in it's very early days and currently being developed. You can visit the website which is currently under construction www.olgaandflo.co.uk.
Helmi Vaga Interior Design can help with any design dilemma or project you have, whether you just need help choosing a colour scheme, new curtains or blinds or a whole house re-design, Hiring a Professional Interior Designer can save you time, money and possibly costly mistakes leaving you more time to put your feet up!
Nestled in a little valley of green rolling Welsh hills is our creative space. Our Design Studio, designed and built by ourselves, also doubles up as our workshop where some of our beautiful, bespoke soft furnishings and handmade lampshades are created. Our studio is hidden away from the hustle and bustle and distractions of daily life and it's stunning rural surroundings are a constant source of inspiration,