Cranberryhome evolved in early 2013 to provide high quality customer focussed interior design and home staging to home owners in the south of England. Our philosophy is to provide cost effective design that incorporates modern ideas and concepts but with a traditional heritage.
Since its inception, Cranberryhome has become recognised as one of the leading design houses in the area and as testament to this were awarded "Best of Houzz" award for customer service and design five years running. 2018 & 2019 saw more awards from BUILD real estate and property awards and from Global business insight awards - leading interior design company of the year 2019
Late 2018 saw the purchase of our very own sign written installation van which has already helped the company expand and complete projects more efficiently.
In 2018/19 we forged a partnerships with Estate Agents: Fine & Country and Taylor Walsh here in Milton Keynes to be their go to staging and styling company for clients.
Looking to the future, Cranberryhome continue to provide creative interiors for discerning clients as far as Essex, London, Oxford and Cambridge working with developers and investors to create inspiring interiors is our mission.
Meet The Team
Design Director & House Doctor
Hugo has always had a passion for design and creating spaces from an early age. As a teenager, Hugo was in demand with landscape design, having hand crafted many large spaces for clients in mid Wales in the late 1980's. Hugo finely tuned his customer service skills when he went to work with Everest Ltd quickly winning best trainee salesperson in the UK.
His formal training for interior design and home staging originated from the British Academy of Interior Design and from House Doctor, after many years of creating beautiful, creative and desirable rooms for friends and family, Hugo set up Cranberryhome to provide a high quality, customer focussed intuitive design company in 2013
Often found on the Ask an Expert stand at Grand Designs, Hugo is in demand for larger scale projects, refurbishments and project management.
In 2020, Hugo was asked to write a monthly interior design column for Celebrate:MK a high quality lifestyle magazine and on line.
He likes to unwind by enjoying travel which he says "gives me inspiration and design ideas" but on a daily basis loves fresh coffee, and 5k runs around the beautiful spaces in Milton Keynes.
Office Cat and Chief Quality Control
Coco is perhaps the most enthusiastic member of the team with the least amount of qualifications, however, said that, he is always keen to inspect new stock coming in daily and welcome clients with his own unique style!
Interested in joining us here at Cranberryhome?
If you have a passion for creative design, love customer service, have practical skills and a great sense of humour then drop us an introductory email with your CV and we can have a chat about any up coming opportunities.
Having recently graduated with an Honours degree in Interior Design from Heriot-Watt University, Aneesa brings her design skills to Cranberryhome all the way from Glasgow, Scotland!
Aneesa has been creative from an early age where she always excelled at art & design in school and has now gained extensive skills of architectural drawing and 3D visualisation.
She became passionate about Interior Design when she realised the impact the design of a space has on every day life therefore, she thrives to provide the best possible design solutions for clients, allowing them to live or work in contentment and comfort.
Inspired by contemporary styles, Aneesa enjoys researching current trends and likes to experiment with different textures and colours.
Aneesa loves spending her free time exploring and finding quirky restaurants and cafes where you'll always find her with a coffee. If not out, she'll be at home baking desserts or taking selfies with her cat Tiger.
Becca began her career in Graphic Design, she rose up to the role of Studio Manager before taking a position in training and consulting Design Studios across the country advising on how to streamline their project management and increase profits.
These roles were key for building her skillsets but ultimately made her realise that the corporate nature of this field was not aligning with her true passions.
Becca's next adventure was to begin building upon her Upholstery hobby and she began working as an Upholsterer and fabric designer which really played into her predilection for being hands on and tactile.
All of Becca's previous roles have given her a strong set of skills that feed into Property Styling. Design in any nature exists to connect with the with the end user, so now she is thrilled that joining the team in 2018 allows her to perfect the art of creating ambience in spaces and turn houses into homes that buyers yearn for.