About Us

Christiana Syrris Design is a studio based in London, UK. The studio’s focus and passion lie in creating a home in all its true essence and in doing so creating highly tailored, detailed and well-rounded interiors. These interiors are beautifully put-together spaces that leave an impression and conjure emotions.

The studio’s vision is about the interweaving of aesthetics and tradition, drawing on combining years of experience and the client’s needs. Bringing these spaces to life means that there is a comprehensive interplay of the old world and the new, which are then expertly curated together. Pieces of furniture and fabrics which have a story and a history are the special collected items which Christiana likes to use to add layers to home. Special emphasis is placed on the combination of layering texture, colour, form and scale. A holistic approach is adopted for each project meaning that all aspects of the Interior Design process work to complement each other.

What services do you provide?

Interior Design

How would you describe your style?

"I feel that stylistically, a home should have a timeless aesthetic but filled with character. This can often come in when respecting architectural elements, especially if they are rooted in history.  The juxtaposition of combining old and new adds layers of richness with pieces that have a story to tell.  A room should be enhanced with refined attention to detail and adding points of interest."   

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

"Each and every project is a unique undertaking and is tailored to clients' personal preferences.  Projects, where we have a blank canvas, are wonderful as you truly get to fantasise about the final outcome.  We recently worked on a family home which brought with it years of collector's items, from Antiques to art, objet and curiosities.  Having to take all these pieces into consideration in the overall design made for an interesting project."

Bannner: David Ross; Image 1: Michael Maynard; Image 2: Chris Wakefield; Image 3: Michael Maynard; Image 4: David Ross