About Us

Caroline Cobbold has developed an undeniable wealth of experience from over 30 years in the design world, borrowing cultural influences across her experiences in the film industries. Her impeccable taste and attention to detail sourcing props or furniture have evolved organically over the years leading her to work on beautiful interior projects in the UK and abroad. Caroline’s skills lie in her versatility as she adapts her instinctive style to bring the client’s vision to life with her striking aesthetic and dedicated professionalism. Caroline prefers to layer different genres of styles so it appears that the client has built up their own collection of treasured items over time, without looking or feeling too overdesigned. Antique furniture sits alongside contemporary pieces, merging modern with vintage to create an innovative, original style bespoke for every project. Caroline focuses on the client’s needs, taking into account practical requests yet bringing her own unique ideas to create an undeniably beautiful space. Alongside her own successful design company, Caroline has also been working with Tessa Kennedy at Tessa Kennedy Interior Design. As Tessa looks towards retirement she has appointed Caroline as company director to continue her life’s work.

What services do you provide?

Antiques, Interior Design

How would you describe your style?

Contemporary, traditional and eclectic.

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

The brief was to renovate a beautiful five-storey Georgian house. I worked alongside an architect and the house was gutted from top to bottom. The client gave us free rein and there was not a single item of furniture that we had to work around. We bought everything specially for the house: some old pieces and some new, resulting in a really good eclectic mix. The project was very enjoyable to work on because the client was so lovely and the house has beautifully proportioned rooms. Stunning feature windows in the drawing room provide great light, and to accentuate them we painted the beading and frames in black, as they would probably have been originally. There was a small internal room which had no windows, so we painted this a dark navy blue to create a warm and cosy 'snug'.