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Demolition in Farringdon, London – the second most exciting part of an interior design project?

Demolition in Farringdon, London – the second most exciting part of an interior design project?

The most exciting part of a project is always completion, but where we’ve recently gone on site at our London Farringdon project, the second most exciting part of the project is demolition! This is the moment when the site is cleared of everything that’s not needed for the new design, and like in many London […]

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Our striking London kitchen design is featured by Homify

Our striking London kitchen design is featured by Homify

Homify have included one of our London Interior design projects again, this time in a feature on compact kitchens.  It’s in spaces like this that the work of an interior designer can really make a difference, and this interior in London’s Parliament View is singled out with the advice to “mix up materials.”   “A […]

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A peek at our interior design project on London’s River Thames

A peek at our interior design project on London’s River Thames

Works have been progressing well at these apartments on London’s River Thames over the last couple of months. All of the behind-the-scenes work on services and acoustics has been completed, the kitchens are installed, and most of the interior finishes are now in and looking wonderful!  Here you can see a glimpse of the stunning […]

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One of our London interior design projects in December's KBB Magazine

One of our London interior design projects in December’s KBB Magazine

We’re thrilled to be part of the cover feature of this month’s KBB Magazine. The December edition leads with this feature on bathroom lighting, and our London Penthouse Interior Design Project is part of that. We used a carefully designed selection of lighting to highlight key features of the interior.  KBB especially liked the LED […]

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A new interior design project in London's Farringdon area

A new interior design project in London’s Farringdon area

We’ve been working on a new interior design project for a couple in London’s Farringdon area. It’s an exciting location in a converted print works, just around the corner from Farringdon station and all of the redevelopment works related to London’s Crossrail project. It’s a redesign of the interior of their flat to make better […]

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Luxury development launched on Winchester's Sleepers Hill

Luxury development launched on Winchester’s Sleepers Hill

It’s wonderful to see the launch of ‘The Holt’ in Winchester, Hampshire.  It’s a magnificent development of four luxury properties on Sleepers Hill – one of Winchester’s prime property locations. We’ve been working with the developer – Millgate (Winchester) – since the very early stages of the project. We started by advising on interior plans […]

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Bespoke metalwork, and using it for custom design pieces

Bespoke metalwork, and using it for custom design pieces

Here’s the third and final instalment on my visit to Benchmark’s Toolbox Talks last month.  As well as the earlier talks by guest speakers on paint colouring and textile design, Sean Sutcliffe of Benchmark talked about metalworking. It’s crucial for interior designers to really understand the production process involved in different specialist techniques, as that’s […]

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London-based textile designer Eleanor Pritchard

London-based textile designer Eleanor Pritchard

Another speaker at the recent Benchmark Design ‘Toolbox Talks’ that I attended was London-based textile designer Eleanor Pritchard, who spoke about her fabric designs and production processes. She talked us through her designs and inspirations, with many of her patterns based on found patterns and repeat patterns in the built environment. Her accessories, cushions and rugs ranges came […]

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Edward Bulmer's natural paint colour palette

Edward Bulmer’s natural paint colour palette

Edward Bulmer spoke at the recent Benchmark Design ‘Toolbox Talks’ that I attended, and talked through the pigmenting of natural paints and their production. It was a fascinating insight into colouring and pigments, as well as the historical development of paint production methods. Earth pigments have historically been the most frequently used – right back […]

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Benchmark Furniture's Toolbox Talks for Interior Designers

Benchmark Furniture’s Toolbox Talks for Interior Designers

I visited Benchmark Furniture this week for the latest instalment of their ‘Toolbox Talks’.  A wonderful series of lectures for interior designers, where visiting makers and designers talk through their design and production processes. This time Edward Bulmer demonstrated historical pigments in paints, and the production of environmentally friendly, but high-performing paints.  The ingredients within […]

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