About Us

Bridget Reading combines her expertise in detailed design, use of materials and colour creating luxurious, liveable spaces for her client's. She is an authority on new products and furniture items.

What services do you provide?

Interior Design

How would you describe your style?

Relaxed but considered contemporary design with an intrinsic jewel-like quality provided by clean lines, eclectic details and colour.

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

Marylebone Apartment, London

With the use of joinery elements and luxurious finishes such as marble and glazed screens, this Marylebone duplex apartment was totally transformed. Elements such as underfloor heating were incorporated to maximise space and prove a comfortable environment in a previously draughty apartment. The client’s artwork was considered at all times to enhance this bespoke home. The open-plan dining, living and kitchen rooms had the existing cornicing enhanced with the use of a dropped ceiling lighting feature bringing light to the centre of the plan. A beautiful bespoke bar was introduced in the living and dining area, which also incorporates background lighting and office storage. The incredible marble detailing of the joinery was selected with the client. A Rimadesio glazed screen provides privacy and also acoustic and quality to the dining area. The bespoke kitchen was designed taking into consideration every detail to incorporate the client’s love of cooking. In the cloakroom, the Timothy Oulton mirror adds drama and provides extra visual depth and the Kit Miles wallpaper and incredible marble, give the cloakroom personality.

Hampstead Village, London

Another project where the marble bar was a wonderful inclusion and focal point was in Hampstead Village. The basement annexe room was transformed from a cold, stark white box to a multi-purpose space, housing a virtual golf screen, cinema and party/ bar room. Using a palette of golds, bronzes and greys, the space is dominated by two large chandeliers from Timothy Oulton.  The tall wall cabinets to hide golf and cinema equipment were built and upholstered in fabrics from Dedar and Sahco. The statement bar was designed by BR-ID, supplied by Gerald Culliford and fabricated by Vitruvius using Cosmic Black Marble.  The Pewter Leaf wallpaper from Phillip Jeffries flows from the bar into the corridor.  The bar shelving is backed in Scratiato antique mirror, and the column is clad in mirror. The furniture from Minotti provides a large, comfortable chill-out area to enjoy movies and games.

Photography: Chris Snook