Former Dragons’ Den Investor Supports London’s Only Wellness Interior Designer

Medina King is the only London based Child wellness interior designer that creates personalised, colourful and fun bedrooms and playrooms for children. Medina is an interior design graduate from the renowned University of the Arts. With almost a decade of experience in the Interior Design profession she has built a client base of successful professionals across Chelsea and Kensington, Mayfair, Hackney, Islington and Surrey. 

 What makes Medina different is the wellness aspect of the services that she offers: “A Wellness Expert looks at the design as a whole, making it practical as well as, safe and comfortable, enhancing the health of the children that use the space. We do this by considering the types of materials used, how light is used within the space and ensuring that the space planning and design is practical and safe.” – Medina King.

With the calm, down to earth personality of an interior stylist and the technical skills of an interior designer Medina has won the hearts of many clients and have designed amazing spaces for families with young children. Her skills are vast, ranging from plan drawings, fabric and furniture sourcing, colour consulting, designing bespoke storage solutions and project managing making her the ‘one stop design shop’ for your child’s or children’s rooms.  Medina is determined to invest in the future generation, by getting children involved in the design process and offering various workshops to enhance their skills.

Medina has also spoken at the Ideal Home Show as an expert in children’s interiors and have given one- to-one interior design advice at the 2018 Renovation Hub. In April 2018 Medina won Small Business Sunday award by Theo Paphitis; a serial entrepreneur and former investor from BBC Dragon’s Den.

Medina will be taking part in the Autumn Fair with support from Theo who has provided 12 “Small Business Sunday” winners with free exhibition slots. Medina will be launching the flamingo heads and baskets and garlands for the first time at the home and gift Autumn Fair. She will also be running some mini garland and wreath making workshops on her stand, and launching the DIY felt ball garland kit.  The autumn Fair runs 2-5 September at Birmingham NEC, and will gain access to thousands of visitors and buyers ready to order products ahead of the busiest retail period of the year – the Golden Quarter.

Ronke Lawal

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