About Us

Following a move from London to Scotland in 2008, Antonia Burnett established Saving Graces Interiors and has worked on a variety of projects including period homes, modern apartments, restaurants and rental properties across the UK.

Having studied interior design at Chelsea School of Art, Antonia enjoys creating spaces with an atmosphere, whether it be to enliven, uplift or calm, the end result is a careful balance of mood, aesthetic and practicality.

How would you describe your style?

"Versatile. Every project is unique and I endeavour to create beautiful, thoughtful and tailored spaces to suit my clients’ tastes and needs."

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

"My clients got in touch when they purchased a property in a divided Perthshire mansion. I was delighted to be engaged to create a design for their living room, which had been the original ballroom in the property. 

We chose a mid-century modern style to juxtapose with the ornate plasterwork and opted for a soft pink, green and gold colour palette to connect with the beautiful, landscaped grounds surrounding the property.

During the initial phase, it was a wonderful surprise to discover the original sprung wooden floor, completely intact.  

Antonia is currently working on various projects including the full renovation of a family home in Forfar, along with two residential projects in St Andrews, Scotland."