About Us

As a graduate in Interior Design from the prestigious KLC School of Design, and with experience working for other design companies, Amy proudly launched Amy Hunt Interior Design in 2019. Focussing on residential design, Amy and her team take pride in working with a very diverse range of houses and styles.

Before venturing into the world of interior design, Amy had previously trained as an Occupational Therapist. This background has provided Amy with a unique perspective on how our surroundings can significantly impact our daily lives. ‘I firmly believe that our environments influence our state of mind, and each individual's needs are distinct.’

Amy’s passion lies in crafting spaces that not only fulfil her clients' functional requirements but also reflect their individuality. Every project is an opportunity to create a unique space tailored to each client's personality and lifestyle. Amy's profound aspiration is to provide her clients with a sanctuary to return to.

In essence, Amy Hunt Interior Design is committed to transforming spaces into timeless designs to last. Amy strives to infuse every space she designs with a unique blend of comfort, elegance, and personal style, ensuring that each client's home becomes a cherished haven.

What services do you provide?

Interior Design

How would you describe your style?

"Not governed by trends or a particular style, whatever her client's brief is - be it modern, traditional, simple or vibrant, Amy can turn her hand to any design sensibility, striving to create beautiful homes to last."

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

"My clients decided to move from the hustle and bustle of London after falling in love with a stunning Grade 2 listed Georgian country estate on the outskirts of Bath. What initially started as a decorative renovation soon turned into a full renovation when service areas, such as the kitchen, had to be relocated, a well was found in the inner courtyard, and a stream ran under the house.

Working closely with my clients, we were able to tailor my services to create a unique design package to meet their needs and budget. After compiling the brief to better understand the family’s desires and dreams for this house, we could start designing. Taking inspiration from the surrounding landscape and art collection, we created a cohesive contemporary design, ensuring we retained the integrity of this striking country home.

The lighting and electrical plans were a crucial part of the design, ensuring that all rooms were functional yet still allowing layered lighting to create that soft ambient light. We also paid close attention to the fabric selection for all curtains and blinds throughout the house, ensuring that they complemented the overall design and provided the family with the desired level of privacy and light control.

Joinery design was another important aspect of the project, especially when a hidden storage space was revealed in the study - the solution in this case was a hidden bookcase door. Again, I worked closely with the family to create bespoke pieces tailored to their needs while adding elements to future-proof the design (for example, a lock to the drinks cabinet!). 

Sourcing and supplying all furniture, fixtures and equipment was also critical to the project, and we ensured every piece was carefully chosen to fit the overall design aesthetic and budget. 

This 6-bedroom family home in Bath was a unique challenge that required particularly careful planning and execution.

The house's traditional undertones and modern twists made a home that was truly unique to the family’s design aesthetics and requirements. The result was a stunning Grade 2 listed Georgian country estate that retained its historical past but granted a new lease of life worthy of a modern-day family."

Banner image and image 2,3,5 and 6: Darren Chung; Image 1 and 4: Rachael Smith