Interior Designers we Admire

We meet and speak with some of our favourite interior designers to discover what inspires them, and to see some of the projects they're most proud of.
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Interior Designer Stephanie Hughes was one of the 6 finalists chosen to design a room set for the Grand Designs show in 2016. The brief, ‘famous places that never existed’, was certain to get the creative juices flowing. Stephanie’s Avatar themed living room is fun, vibrant & bold. Set within the tropical wilds of the planet of Pandora, Stephanie combined bold colours, organic shapes & natural touches along with modern furniture and fixtures to create a magical yet functional space.

Interior Designer Stephanie Hughes was one of the 6 finalists chosen to design a room set for the Grand Designs show in 2016. The brief, ‘famous places that never existed’, was certain to get the creative juices flowing. Stephanie’s Avatar themed living room is fun, vibrant & bold. Set within the tropical wilds of the planet of Pandora, Stephanie combined bold colours, organic shapes & natural touches along with modern furniture and fixtures to create a magical yet functional space.

This beautiful Après Ski living room was created by Stefa Designs. After a day on the slopes you can come back to an open fire, candlelight, a Christmas tree (of course) and a warming glass of something strong! We love the rich elegance in Stephanie’s living room design. It really feels like a cosy retreat from an Alpine landscape. The deer head ornaments are a nice (animal-friendly) touch too.

This beautiful Après Ski living room was created by Stefa Designs. After a day on the slopes you can come back to an open fire, candlelight, a Christmas tree (of course) and a warming glass of something strong! We love the rich elegance in Stephanie’s living room design. It really feels like a cosy retreat from an Alpine landscape. The deer head ornaments are a nice (animal-friendly) touch too.

A talented design student, selected from thousands to exhibit at the Grand Designs show, Gina Everett now has her own design company and is going from strength to strength, working on multiple projects. It was while renovating property that Gina really caught the design bug and she enrolled on a course with the KLC School of Design. Gina incorporates her knowledge of colour therapy and her appreciation for the importance of comfort into all her designs.

A talented design student, selected from thousands to exhibit at the Grand Designs show, Gina Everett now has her own design company and is going from strength to strength, working on multiple projects. It was while renovating property that Gina really caught the design bug and she enrolled on a course with the KLC School of Design. Gina incorporates her knowledge of colour therapy and her appreciation for the importance of comfort into all her designs.

Interior Designer Stephanie Hughes was one of the 6 finalists chosen to design a room set for the Grand Designs show in 2016. The brief, ‘famous places that never existed’, was certain to get the creative juices flowing. Stephanie’s Avatar themed living room is fun, vibrant & bold. Set within the tropical wilds of the planet of Pandora, Stephanie combined bold colours, organic shapes & natural touches along with modern furniture and fixtures to create a magical yet functional space.

Interior Designer Stephanie Hughes was one of the 6 finalists chosen to design a room set for the Grand Designs show in 2016. The brief, ‘famous places that never existed’, was certain to get the creative juices flowing. Stephanie’s Avatar themed living room is fun, vibrant & bold. Set within the tropical wilds of the planet of Pandora, Stephanie combined bold colours, organic shapes & natural touches along with modern furniture and fixtures to create a magical yet functional space.

Ditching law school in favour of the imaginary landscape  of Avatar, meet Stephanie Hughes, an up and coming interior designer from rural North Wales. Stephanie enrolled at the KLC School of Design in Chelsea, meaning that she had to divide her time between London and her home in the Clywdian Valley – a blessing, allowing Stephanie to enjoy the best of best worlds: young with a love of vibrancy and the beat of the city but a country girl, who needs the space to detox.

Ditching law school in favour of the imaginary landscape of Avatar, meet Stephanie Hughes, an up and coming interior designer from rural North Wales. Stephanie enrolled at the KLC School of Design in Chelsea, meaning that she had to divide her time between London and her home in the Clywdian Valley – a blessing, allowing Stephanie to enjoy the best of best worlds: young with a love of vibrancy and the beat of the city but a country girl, who needs the space to detox.

This beautiful Après Ski living room was created by Stefa Designs. After a day on the slopes you can come back to an open fire, candlelight, a Christmas tree (of course) and a warming glass of something strong! We love the playful mix of edgy designers such as BoConcept with the more organic and earthy looking pieces, such as the wooden chandelier in a beautiful teardrop shape.

This beautiful Après Ski living room was created by Stefa Designs. After a day on the slopes you can come back to an open fire, candlelight, a Christmas tree (of course) and a warming glass of something strong! We love the playful mix of edgy designers such as BoConcept with the more organic and earthy looking pieces, such as the wooden chandelier in a beautiful teardrop shape.

This bedroom is part of Roselind’s Holland Park design, where the clients requested a child-friendly home, with space to run around practical furnishings and clutter free surfaces. A key part of the brief was to create a really fun space for the couple’s two young boys, achieved with splashes of vibrant colour and a climbing wall.

This bedroom is part of Roselind’s Holland Park design, where the clients requested a child-friendly home, with space to run around practical furnishings and clutter free surfaces. A key part of the brief was to create a really fun space for the couple’s two young boys, achieved with splashes of vibrant colour and a climbing wall.

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