Meet Jacqueline Hamilton owner of Seaforde Interiors

Jacqueline Hamilton is a commercial and domestic interior designer at Seaforde Interiors.

Jacqueline works in person and online when it comes to her consultations.

Through her business, she has designed interiors for restaurants, bars, offices and homes.

She believes that the beautiful transformations that has been created is from the mutual collaboration between herself and the clients she works with.

“Every client is different, so it is important to sit down and talk to them; to find out what they want to gain from that space from the start.

It is so rewarding to create an environment that the client loves.”

Jacqueline studied BA Hons Fine Art Printmaking and also trainer as an Interior Designer.

Find out more HERE

 

MAW Founder Sinead Norton with Jacqueline Hamilton, Seaforde Interiors

MAW Founder Sinead Norton with Jacqueline Hamilton, Seaforde Interiors

Why Jacqueline joined Mums At Work

Jacqueline said, “I just adore Mums At Work and Sinead. Sinead started it all and she is passionate about what she does and how she supports other woman.” She further explained that Mums At Work is a wonderful thing for women and a lot of the members work on their own. So it has been great to network to come and find other mums.

 

 

Jacqueline has found other mums in her areas and it is great to meet up. Jacqueline has loves Mums At Work especially in the past year as Sinead has keep everything and the connections running – Its amazing.

 

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