Sofie's passion for interiors and her unique sense of style is at the heart of the by Sofie brand. This love of home, coupled with an unshakable belief that we should never have to choose between functionality and aesthetics, goes into everything by Sofie.

Because home is our happy place!

Sofie's bold, personal style gained popularity when she started Three Boys and a Pink Bath, a home and lifestyle blog sharing her personal renovation and interior design journey. Her work is regularly featured in the press, including Ideal Homes, House Beautiful, Stylist Magazine and Apartment Therapy. As well as designing children’s products and spaces, Sofie and her team can help clients to add personality, individuality and style to their homes, commercial or event spaces.

We know that colour has the power to transform a space, but that it can be challenging to get it right. White space, minimalism and balance also take their place in our spaces, products and content. Our experience and know-how can illuminate your home with a unique and personal mix of powerful hues. So if you are looking for some help, be it to transform your home or a commerical space, get in touch to talk through our interior design services.

Browse some of our work below!

Emma Shipley Wilderie Wonderland

The brief: The client wanted to create a compact, statement space to show off the latest collection of Emma Shipley fabrics and wallpapers: Wilderie. The booth was to be showcased as part of a press event at design week.

We wanted to celebrate all things colour, fabric, fantasy and maximalist patterns, but combining them with Sofie’s own signature sense of style to show their true versatility.

The solution:

True to her passion for colour, Sofie decided to take maximalist patterns and style them in a more minimal way. She chose to use panels of fabric and coloured walls, just like she would choose for her own home.

Earthy tones, oranges and golds were used in block panels to contrast against the brand’s bold prints. By layering up tonal textiles in different patterns, she added an unexpected twist and a nod to Emma Shipley’s maximalist personality.