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Cameron Interiors | RETAILER PROFILE


An open-plan design with hand-crafted and hand-painted furniture


A Bulthaup b3 design in an Edinburgh Georgian townhouse


person-centric business that focuses on customers and treats its staff like individuals. There are 12 staff with three working from Edinburgh, six from Glasgow plus the warehouse team.


Delaney explains the employee culture, she says: “It sounds cheesy, but it is a work family. We interact with our clients from the design side first, and we see everything through from start to finish. It allows us to have a relationship with the client.”


The Edinburgh team with Louise Delaney seated on the left


It was apparent on the Zoom call with Robeson and Delaney how much they respect and appreciate each other’s talents and value their employees. Robeson admitts that she would never have been able to pass the company over without this team. A Cameron Interiors employee is not a jack-of-all -trades because they have to be a master of them all. Robeson explains: “It is hard for us to find the right person as we want someone to be everything. To be a designer, be able to project manage, look at the detail and technical aspects. We need someone who is great with clients but can also sell.” Employees are often recruited from the design sector and they advertise at colleges. The company takes on many juniors and builds them up the ranks like Robeson, who joined from college, but then some have previous design experience, like Delaney. The whole team is continually being developed using various training courses, both in house and with suppliers. There are always opportunities for people to learn more, especially in an industry with constantly evolving trends and new products. Delaney talks about the collaborative nature of the job and how everyone learns and helps each other out. She says: “It is an industry where you can never know everything. You can’t get bored because there is always something new.”


One point that keeps coming up is being detail- oriented. Clients comment on how they are listened to at design appointments and how their designers use these conversations to help them build a fully bespoke and usable space.


The staff also feel listened to as the whole company is very collaborative, and people can get involved with different aspects of the business. Delaney said: “We are also collaborative and people like to be involved even with marketing and other


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