About

Overberg Interiors (Pty) Ltd is an interior design company based in Hermanus in the Western Cape and headed up by interior designer Seton Escudero. We are passionate about creating beautiful spaces in which to Live, Laugh & Enjoy.

We create I-Dentity / Design / Delight for our clients and are able to creatively work within any budget, large or small, to turn individual rooms or entire houses into their optimum design spaces.

Although we ourselves lean to certain design styles, namely: Modern / Eclectic / Scandinavian / Beach House / French Country ~ we are able to work with most design styles as preferred by our clients. We use interactive and visual assessment tools to determine our clients design preferences empowering them to contribute in a fun and positive way to their own space transformations.

If your home needs a facelift or a mood upliftment, or if you are selling your home and want us to stage it to sell, please feel free to contact us with any house renovation queries that you have.

Meet your Designer

Seton Escudero

Our Head Interior Designer Seton Escudero brings a multiple angled approach, great creativity and insight to each design project. After many years’ experience in the design industry, Seton has a holistic approach to Design, whether it be technical or visual, and will add a certain dynamic and the WOW factor to your desired spaces.

Sarah Donnelly

Sarah has a degree in Organizational Psychology and an international Diploma in Interior Design.

Sarah has been designing, remodeling and renovating homes for over 10 years both in the UK & Ireland as well as in South Africa. She started out in the fashion industry in London’s West End.

Sarah’s design philosophy is that dark spaces have a negative psychological impact on the people living in the home. Beige and brown with magnolia walls are the colours of a bygone era!

She designs spaces that are light, bright, fun and overall functional spaces for families to live and enjoy.

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