About Us

French-Brooks Interiors is an interior design studio founded by Victoria Wormsley based in London and Hampshire specialising in residential interiors, primarily for private clients but also for developers and architects. It can provide a fully integrated service including spatial planning, lighting and bathroom design, furnishing and interior decoration or just one or two elements, depending on the demands of the project.

What services do you provide?

Interior Design

How would you describe your style?

Contemporary with period elements, depending on the brief. Elegant, comfortable, with an understated glamour.

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

The Knightsbridge mews house in the first two images had been owned by the clients for many years and needed a complete rethink. A basement and a mansard floor were added and we reconfigured the space, disguising the fact that the house was narrower at one end than the other and adding a glass floor to the kitchen to allow light into the basement. We designed the lighting to ensure the space felt warm and inviting even in areas without natural light. In the bathrooms we used large pieces of veined limestone to contrast with the slick minimal detailing. The furniture was carefully selected to fit the space, much of it bespoke, and mixed with artwork and pieces from the 1960's and 70's. The Chelsea pied-a-terre bedroom showcases the simple but luxurious effect of subtle colour and texture - essential for a small area that requires impact and atmosphere. The old rectory in the final three images is built in Regency gothic style. This was the starting point for the interior design which reflects the ebullience of the period with strong colour, pattern and a mixture of antique furniture with modernist art. We like to add interest to a room by using organic and 'imperfect' materials such as wood, antique mirror and marble and always enjoy collaborating closely with clients, understanding how they live and what makes them tick, so that each project is a very individual undertaking.

Photographs: Mel Yates