About Us

Interior Designer David and his team offer a service from the inception of the brief through all the concept design stages, detail designs and working drawings, along with mood boards and colour schemes.

From the final client sign off, we will progress through procurement to installation and finally move you in. 

We always work closely with the main contractor to ensure the programme is adhered to and the clients’ wishes are being realised.

With 30 years’ experience under his belt, David has honed his craft working for some of the industry's leading inspirational creative forces. Such as Nicky Haslam, David Collins, Joanna Wood and Rose Uniacke to name but a few. David can call on his network of craftsmen and suppliers built up over the many years to fulfil all different types of design briefs be it a small studio apartment or country estate.

What services do you provide?

‘Hand holding through the process of creating your home.’ Our services include Interior Design, sourcing, procurement, hunting for special and unique pieces, creative input, and direction. We also make a nice cup of tea for you. (or coffee) + biscuits.

How would you describe your style?

"I would not impose a branded style on anyone. Style is changeable, our aim is to interpret the client’s wishes, guiding them to a considered and uniquely individual home. Before you can do anything the 'bones' of the house must be correct or created. This gives you a strong foundation to build your interior and create spaces. You are then free to use light, colour, texture and pattern in your designs. There should always be an element of surprise, something unexpected when you enter a room, which will make the clients smile."

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

"We recently completed a family home in Hampstead where a modern featureless box required some classical ‘bones’ installing to create proportion and elegance.

The home had to be able to accommodate modern family life with children yet be smart enough to entertain and receive guests in the formal spaces.

The entrance hall was divided into different spaces to create an outer hall and an inner hall. We added below dado panelling, deep cornicing, and polished plaster to keep a crisp clean neutral palette to reflect the marble floor.

The Kitchen become the family room also, creating two separate spaces and keeping an intimate cosy feel, here we used a mix of yellows and blues to draw in the views of the garden. 

In the study, Walnut panelling was added to line the room, while incorporating fabric panels, we also installed fitted bookcases to create a very masculine warm space.

On completion of this home, we had managed to create a series of warm personal family spaces with an elegant entertaining room without making it too austere.

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