About Us

London-based interior designer, Henry Prideaux is known for combining classic and contemporary interior styles to create authentic environments that emphasise the character and decorative detail in each project. With an eye for detail and a love of colour, texture, and pattern, every design scheme is artfully crafted within a carefully curated blend of old and new pieces bringing each space to life. Following a successful career working at some of the industry’s most renowned design practices, Henry Prideaux Interior Design was established in 2014 to provide a personalised interior design service for private residential and boutique commercial clients.

What services do you provide?

Interior Design

How would you describe your style?

"An updated take on classic interiors; creating beautiful and stylish client-centric spaces that feel comfortable and enjoyable to live in."

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

"Project overview: Georgian Townhouse

Henry Prideaux Interior Design was commissioned to completely re-imagine the living space and design a sympathetic scheme for this end-of-terrace Grade II Listed three-bedroom Georgian townhouse in Southwark, for his client, a lawyer who lives in the country and needed a base when working in London. The design includes architectural details specifically selected to complement the period of the building, replacing those lost in previous refurbishments. 

The interior has been beautifully updated creating a more modern residence within a comfortable arrangement that reflects the client’s lifestyle. Henry and the wider project team worked closely with the local council and Heritage consultants throughout the project to increase the heritage gain whilst also providing the client with a suitable layout and use of space. The reception space on the ground floor has been designed with simple Georgian style panelling within a skillfully understated yet impactful scheme that features a range of bespoke furniture and striking decorative lighting. A kitchen painted in a dark aubergine leads onto a triangular decked garden with yellow walls and a range of potted plants and shrubs to create a vibrant outdoor living space. The first floor features simple Georgian style panelling to enhance the walls and custom fitted joinery in the restful master bedroom, and a generously proportioned bathroom with a large walk-in shower, Thomas Crapper loo, and bespoke washbasin and vanity. Two bedrooms on the top floor have been cleverly combined to create a large study with a raised butterfly ceiling to enhance the light and sense of space. An existing cellar has been increased and reconfigured to allow for the installation of a guest WC, utilities, bicycle storage and gym space."

Banner and images 1-5: 'Georgian Townhouse' by Henry Prideaux - Images by Tom Sullam; Images 6-8: 'Wandsworth Family House' by Henry Prideaux - Images by Rooz Ahmadian

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