designing your business’ interiors

Style and Professionalism

The flexibility of customisable design- packages combined with professional expertise makes Interior Inspirations one of Aberdeenshire’s top Interior Design businesses. ​

Our creative team can provide you with an entire room design: beautiful premium furniture, eye-catching fabrics and expertly designed interior designs.​

Whether you are looking for a simple room redecoration in your Distillery’s board room, or you are looking to give your restaurant a complete “facelift”, Interior Inspirations’ highly skilled and knowledgeable team is dedicated to delivering stunning results every time.

Your Trusted Partners…

From left to right below:

Sadie is a qualified Interior Designer having trained at Aberdeen College. She started Interior Inspirations back in 2007, and expanded the team in 2019 with the opening of the shop. Passionate about interiors – Sadie is a true fairy godmother with her vision for any type of project from community halls, to shops, offices and of course homes.

Steven, Andy and Stevie – the brilliant “lads” who pop in with their tools, and leave with the masterpiece always looking its best! Between them they have over 10 years working at Interior Inspirations and even more years cracking smiles and jokes.

Our organisational guru – Kim. Who knows where we’d be without her knowledge, expertise and memory of our fabric books and customers. Also qualified in Interior Design, Kim has been the first to greet most over her 4 years, and she’ll have a plan of action and great understanding of what you are looking for in no time.


Hotel, B&B, restaurant, village halls…

From Grand Halls to Charming Boutiques: Interior Inspirations Transforms Spaces for a Diverse Range of Clients, Big and Small.

Our clients include McDuff Parish Church Hall, Ugie House Hotel in Keith and Longmore Community Hall in Keith to name just a few. We also work with many smaller independent clients.

We complete refurbishments with budgets ranging from whole building projects right through to singular room refits.

Lorry Cab Curtains & Embroidery

Have your lorry looking its best!

With hundreds of fabrics to choose from, a wide variety of trims, and customisable pelmets we can do it all.

Whether you drive a HGV or a van we will make curtains to suit you and your vehicle. Using top-quality fabrics and trims, and sewn here in Aberdeenshire.

  • Plain
  • Tartan
  • Tassels & Trims
  • Pelmets & tracks
  • LED Light Strips
  • Embroidery
  • Blackout
  • Matching bedding
Remote Control Blind for Home Automation by Interior Inspiration
health & safety

Flame Retardant

Due to Health and Safety regulations, certain contracts or customers need to get their fabrics and wallpapers made flame retardant. This may be because the contract is for a hotel or restaurant, or it may be because we are fitting curtains near a wood burner in a customer’s home.

We have a range of wallpapers which meet the Fire Safety Regulations, however, fabrics for curtains and blinds will be selected from our shop range and then sent away to be coated.


We have a contract with Textiles F.R. Ltd to make any chosen fabric flame retardant before it is then fitted.


The product Decabromodiphenylether (Deca_BDE) is widely used by textile finishers to apply flame retardant coatings on fabrics used for upholstery.

Furniture and Furnishings Regulations

Deca_BDE has been used since the introduction of the Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations in 1988. This Statutory Instrument defines the UK legal requirements regarding fire safety for domestic furnishings. Deca_BDE exhibits properties which enable coated fabrics to meet the requirements laid out in the 1988 Statutory Instrument.

How does it work?

Deca_BDE is an extremely stable structure under normal temperatures & conditions. Only when it is subjected to high temperatures (such as an ignition source in a fire) does Deca_BDE break down the liberating materials.


This then actively and efficiently suppresses the ignitability of the material to which it has been applied to. This essentially means, instead of fabric burning and spreading when it ignites, it will melt away

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