About Us

Established in 2011, No 12 Interiors is a full-service firm that designs and executes large-scale projects across the globe. Its diverse portfolio includes private homes as well as a collection of remote lodges designed for the adventure travel brand, Eleven Experience. These projects include a sheep farm converted into a ski lodge in northern Iceland, a historic canal house in Amsterdam, a colonial Bahamian inn on Harbour Island, Victorian summer cottages in the Hamptons, chalets in the Tarentaise Valley of the French Alps and a 14th-century priory in England. With each project, the design team carefully considers the local architecture and cultural aesthetic. No 12 Interiors is recognised for its clever creativity and confident use of colour, pattern and texture, which result in richly layered interiors that are chic and inviting.

What services do you provide?

Interior Design, Antiques, Textiles, Upholstery

How would you describe your style?

"No 12 Interiors has a distinctive style that is authentic, bold and comfortable."

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

"Our most recent project was the complete redesign and renovation of a remote fishing lodge in Palena, Chile. We restored the original architecture and extended the building, adding a billiards room and bar using all local materials. The Patagonian culture heavily influenced our selection of fabrics, furniture and art; we sourced textiles from local artisans, including custom-woven rugs which we upholstered into headboards. In the bathrooms, we designed graphic cement tiles with traditional Chilean motifs. Our furniture was a mix of bespoke designs and continental antiques, including modern Windsor dining chairs from Howe, a rustic fourteen-foot antique dining table from France and a raw edge sofa table made from indigenous wood by a local carpenter. We also designed a hand-forged range of lighting inspired by a traditional Patagonian emblem that we installed throughout the property. This project was a collaboration with local artisans and talented craftsmen which ensured the finished lodge was a cosy, rustic retreat for guests after a long day on the river."

Banner + 1-4, 6-8: Simon Upton; 5: Alex Fenlon