Materialise Interiors

BIID Registered Interior Designer®

I am proud to be one of the first interior designers in the UK to be VEGANDESIGN.ORG CERTIFIED™

In addition to my standard design services, I am now able to offer clients cruelty free (vegan) design as an option for clients’ business or home interior projects. It’s very easily and effectively done and I’ll be happy to show you options as part of the design process.

If you are not in the South East of England, I can offer an eDesign service so I can still help you remotely online via video conferencing.

You can book a free 20 minute call to start things here…

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Email me if you’d like a useful guide with tips to veganise your home from



Products or services that do not originate from any living creature.
They are not a byproduct of any animal.
The goods are not tested on animals.

leather – wool – silk – down – feathers – suede – fur – paint


Aside from the obvious benefits of not having animal suffering involved, alternative specifications are just as good and often are better performing. There are also huge health and wellness benefits – particularly to people suffering with allergies or with sensory issues.  I really want to give clients long-lasting interiors but also healthy ones that have low environmental impact.

This all comes very naturally to me as I spent 10 happy years working as a Retail Designer at The Body Shop International (which incidentally started with me writing a “Dear Anita….” letter as a newly graduated designer).  At The Body Shop everything was carefully sourced and specified for their retail interiors.  

So when I heard about the VEGANDESIGN.ORG CERTIFIED™ course I decided to top up my knowledge.  The some of the content was hard to watch but necessary to know and I learned a great deal. During my time at The Body Shop International, I was Technical Store Designer for the Global Centre of the business.  The team designed, trialled and roll-out out store, concession and kiosk concepts Globally. All materials and suppliers were carefully scrutinised, working closely with the Business Ethics team.

I also learnt a lot from being a ‘Values Champion’- I was part of the team that was selected from across the business who ensured the company’s values were adhered to in the day-to-day running of the business.  I also like to bring these ethical sourcing learnings to my client’s projects such as use of sustainable timber, eco-friendly paints and recycled elements.

Interior design isn’t just about people and spaces, it sadly involves animals (and tannery workers) in shockingly horrible ways.


I was very lucky to be recognised as ‘Designer of the Month’ by for February 2018….


If any interior designers would like to know more about the course or to share and collaborate on learnings – please get in touch with me.   You can use this discount code to get a 10% discount on the course CBULLOCK10






Certified Cruelty Free Chloe Bullock certificate