Max Rollitt


How We Work

Every project is unique, but our interiors studio’s considered approach comes as standard.

At the heart of every Max Rollitt interiors project is a dedicated team of designers led by Max himself. The studio aims to complete three whole house projects each year, ensuring each one gets the time and creative space it needs. The importance of building warm and trusting relationships with our clients is never underestimated by Max or the team, and it’s always a joy to see those relationships develop throughout the four key stages of a project: Feasibility; Design; Implementation; and Completion.

Stage One


First things first, it’s about meeting Max and introducing him to the hopes, needs and ‘nice-to-haves’ that you’ve already envisaged for your house. Having shared floorpans and consolidated thoughts through conversation, Max and the team will calculate a fee to produce a Design Brief. Requiring multiple site visits and continued discussions with both the client and relevant third parties, the Design Brief sets out a creative scope of works, timelines, a proposed project budget and a Design fee for client approval.

Stage Two


While the client can expect to see sketched layouts and design concepts as part of the Design Brief, it’s during the Design phase that the intricacies of kitchen and joinery design, lighting plans, and bespoke-made furniture, all of which is done in-house, come to the fore. Depending on the size of the property, this stage can take four to six months, the culmination of which is a detailed client presentation that takes every element of the design into account.

Stage Three


It’s at this stage that the team starts actioning all of the proposals agreed in the Design presentation, so purchasing begins, but in alignment with the project manager and/or contractor, to ensure deliveries are made according to a mutual schedule. Multiple meetings will offer the opportunity to choose and approve antiques and other decorative items not specified in the Design presentation.

Stage Four


And then it all starts to come together in front of your eyes. Max and the team make sure to be onsite regularly to oversee installation, compiling and managing a snagging list accordingly. Once everyone’s out, though, it’s time for the client to really live in the house, enjoy the rooms, and discover the intricacies that bring them joy. Max and the team remain on hand to make sure expectations haven’t just been met, but exceeded.