When working on this apartment in Notting Hill, we created a glowing tonal palette with shots of unexpected heavenly colour and personal touches throughout that reflected the personalities of this wonderful young family.
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This house in Wimbledon was a real joy to work on; a wonderful family that needed to combine the practical and the functional with a desire for understated elegance.
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We adored working on this house in Fulham; the owners wanted the finished result to be simple and fresh, luminous and clean – we say mission accomplished!
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Our client had the perfect attitude towards decorating her new Northampton house; fresh, brave and interested in all the tiny details that make a huge difference. Take a look at our website to see the finished result!
Hello everyone! We’ve been away a while, in the midst of creating beautiful new interiors in time for Christmas! We’ve put these new jobs up on our website, check them out!
Consider if you will…working with great clients for 8 months to create a relaxed and fresh look for a couple of young music lovers.
Seeing as Hallo’ween is just around the corner, we thought this trompe l’oeil treasure was suitably offbeat and a cozy suprise!
Marble Armchair from www.chaplins.co.uk
Having gorged ourselves on gelato, we couldn’t help but notice the tiles and wardrobes in our Amalfi Coast hotel room; sweet, delicious and fresh!
Searching for an inspiring curtain design? Look no further than the fabulous Ballgown Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum; incredible fabrics and fascinating couture details, not to mention amazing colour combinations!
Ballgown from Erdem A/W 08 Collection
For Tickets: Victoria & Albert Museum www.vam.ac.uk
While in Canada last week, Carlos discovered a perfectly preserved example of 60’s design in an apartment building lobby. This exciting find was so full of inspiring details, it took him a while to absorb it all.
When we find a truly fascinating antique textile, like this Burmese silk, it’s totally awe inspiring. The next challenge is deciding what to do with them as the possibilities are endless!