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“ Valerie has done some work for me both in the office and at home. Valerie’s input in terms of her ideas, her advise and her contacts  has been invaluable. Dealing with Hogan Interiors for the office work was a great experience; Valerie worked to our budget and was always available. We got a great result which fully reflected our brief and our budget with very little time input from us. From the very first consultation regarding my home I was comfortable that Valerie understood what I wanted and that she would work with me to achieve it. I would have no hesitation in recommending Hogan Interiors for commercial or residential interiors.”

Gillian Keating
J.W.O’Donovan Solicitors Cork


"Hogan interiors were the designers involved in the re-furbishing of our newly extended Alzheimer Unit, Maguire House. We are delighted with the outcome which has preserved the safe, secure and homelike environment synonymous with our care for the older person here at St Luke’s. Valarie was a pleasure to work with and I have no hesitation recommending her and Hogan interiors to prospective clients."

Oonagh O Driscoll
St Luke’s Home, Cork


"It's such a waste to have a room that nobody wants to be in. In my case my sitting room. I tried to change little things but nothing worked so I called in an expert,Valerie. This was my first experience of an interior designer and it was a success from the first meeting. Valerie got a feel for the space and my taste and needs. I gave her my budget and together we created a dream room. There was no big sell but she introduced me to colours and textures I would never have considered. Overall an incredible experience for me, end result,a room that invites you in and that you never want to leave. Thank you Valerie."
Patricia Kearney


“It was a real pleasure to experience the warmth, effectiveness and professional ability of Valerie Hogan as she devised and implemented an innovative and engaging systematic décor to Northridge House. In short Valerie was excellent in meeting the brief asked of her”

Bruce Pierce
Northridge House, St. Luke's Home, Education Centre