About Us

Residence Interior Design was founded in 2007 by award-winning director Stephen Dick. He has been named as one of the top ten ‘Rising Stars’ in interior design, and has lectured at the V&A Museum on his interiors work and his design philosophy as part of London Design Week.

What services do you provide?

Interior Design

How would you describe your style?

Refined, elegant designs for contemporary or period homes. Relaxed, luxury interiors borne out of thoughtful design and attention to detail.

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

For the complete refurbishment of this duplex property in London’s Knightsbridge / South Kensington our client briefed us to create a timeless feel to the property, in keeping with this part of London, but within a home which would make use of the latest technology. The finished design combines traditional materials and finishes with discreetly installed AV and smart home technology. In the main reception rooms and bedrooms we installed beautiful oak parquet flooring throughout, an elegant backdrop to all of the interior schemes. In the drawing room we reinstated a fireplace and designed bespoke cabinetry for display and storage. Subtle period references are included in the cloakroom, with traditional panelling and cabinetry as well as a Victorian tiled floor. The interiors of the kitchens and bathrooms were designed with a more contemporary look. The German kitchen with white stone worktops has a sleek feel, while incorporating craft elements in the cement tiled splash-back with custom tile patterns combined in a random arrangement. The master bathroom features a striking combination of traditional and modern materials: Carrara marble and Murano glass tiles are used with a bespoke-designed Corian basin unit. This luxury bathroom includes a walk-in shower and whirlpool bath in an ingenious arrangement. In the second bathroom a stunning custom-blended mosaic tile forms the backdrop to the room and continues across the floor.