About Us

Elnaz Namaki Studio is a boutique London-based interior design and creative direction studio. Working closely with discerning clients to create unquestionably original and unique homes, every project highly bespoke whilst carefully balancing design with function, complimented by our ability to create a seamless transition from the conceptual beginnings through to the execution and delivery. Founder Elnaz Namaki’s distinct aesthetic is known for innovatively mixing diverse styles - influenced by her background in design, art and construction, along with her experiences working and travelling abroad. The studio specialises in creating warm atmospheres and refined spaces through a combination of linear and textured designs based on the core principles of balanced technical understanding and continuous attention to detail.

What services do you provide?

Furniture, Interior Design

How would you describe your style?

Distinctly warm and refined style with an original blend of linear and textured designs, mixing contemporary with mid-century and hygge.

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

The brief for a recently completed project was to create an original and luxurious home that was both traditionally English in style but with a uniquely modern edge. The client was keen to adopt our philosophy that creating unrepeated spaces requires bravery and a determined commitment to originality. In order to meet this, the interior architecture was designed in a traditional style but the spatial planning was more fluid by maximising the spaces to make them feel more open and connected, whilst bringing in more natural light. Each floor of the five story townhouse was designed with a different theme but tied together seamlessly by dark wood floors running throughout. The lower ground floor was designed to feel like a loft with exposed brick, a crittall glass gym and a unique pink bathroom with custom multicoloured marble patterned floor; the ground floor classic English with an industrial edge with an open kitchen and dining room in navy blue with bronze accents; the first floor lounge mixing midcentury design and vintage pieces with eclectic artwork against neutral walls and a burgundy library; the second floor master bedroom was more classic with dark masculine joinery with a colonial feel and bathroom in statuario marble with bronze fittings; top floor two bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms in modern English style.

Photography: Mel Yates.