With her Swedish background, her past life as a sales director and her passion for interior design and fashion, Victoria Haller loves making her customers the focal point of her projects – and she’s always got one eye on the owners personality when coming up with new interior design ideas.

About inspiration, Instagram and individuality

Interview with Victoria Haller

RAUS: What drives you?“

“My dream is to make interior design accessible for everyone and to demonstrate how, with just a little effort, you can create a beautiful home by working with what you’ve already got. Starting from scratch with an expensive redesign is easy – but that’s not what makes a home comfortable. You need somewhere with personality, character. In my work, I want to help people come up with realistic ideas and transform their own homes into somewhere that is beautiful to them.”

RAUS: “Where do you get your inspiration from?”

“I always get new ideas from the people I work with. A lot of the details I incorporate into my designs are simply things that I like and have been waiting for the opportunity to make a reality, so to speak. A lot of my inspiration is sparked by things I just stumble across on Instagram.”

“For example, we always have friends over for barbecues in summer – that’s why we wanted to put our kitchen in the extension, making it an extension of the garden as well.“

RAUS: “Why is individuality so important when creating a beautiful home?”

“I believe that every home should reflect the personality of those who live in it. But it also needs a practical aspect. For example, we always have friends over for barbecues in summer – that’s why we wanted to put our kitchen in the extension, making it an extension of the garden as well. For other people, it might have been better to put the living room in the extension instead. That’s why every design should start with the individual needs and lifestyle of the residents.”

You can find out more about Victoria Haller`s work at:

villahaller.com

or on Instagram

@villahaller