Jason Makes his name in Interiors
The Designer Behind the Region’s Best-Dressed Homes
INTERIOR designer Jason Short is not only blessed with immense talent; he also happens to own one of the UK’s most stunning showrooms, full of fabulous furniture and accessories rarely seen in this country.
He boasts an enviable client list and has built up a spectacular portfolio of work on some of the most beautiful homes in the North of England. Moreover, his showroom, Absolute Interior Design, is the only stockist in the North of furniture and accessories by the world-renowned and much sought-after American furniture maker Bernhardt.
Absolute Interiors, just up from St James’s Park in Barrack Road, Newcastle, boasts two floors of luxurious furniture, accessories from all over the world and a collection of sumptuous fabrics and stunning wallpapers from leading names like Osborne & Little, Cole & Son, Robert Allen and Brian Yates.
And while Jason is renowned for his innovative design work, he also has his own master cabinet maker on hand to create beautiful fitted and free standing furniture throughout your home, plus a wall finishing specialist experienced in creating innovative finishes such as Venetian polished plaster – a favourite in bathrooms, kitchens and swimming pools.
Jason is just as comfortable creating unique designs for your entire home as he is helping you to plan one room. Alternatively, if you are simply seeking that special piece of furniture, he has more than 3000 pieces for you to choose from.
“Many clients simply ask their architect to email us their house plans on CAD, allowing us to plan their interior design scheme while the house is still being built,” says Jason.
“We offer a comprehensive interior design service, creating homes people love and that reflect their own personalities.
“We pride ourselves on managing all the details of your project. We listen to your ideas and understand your needs throughout the project. We help you every step of the way, explaining your choices and adding value to your budget.”