About Us

Based in Surrey, covering London and the South East of England, Jen Morton Interiors provides trend inspired, colourful home styling and interior design for projects of any budget, both residential and commercial; from full interior design to sourcing, consultancy and everything in between. With a diploma in interior design from the renowned KLC School of Design, Jen is dedicated to helping you create your own perfect space, whether that’s through a little guidance and giving you ideas, or a full end-to-end interior design service.

Jen’s passions are vintage markets, up-cycling and finding ways to inject personality into a home to make it a true reflection of who you are. Following years living in Paris and the south of France, scouring the flea markets weekly, she creates her style by mixing old with new, combining furniture and objects from different eras and places. It might be that the little bit of magic you need isn’t to be found on the high street, and if not Jen can source it for you.

If you want to work remotely, then Jen can offer a complete virtual service, from the brief through to the presentation of design and products, all done via e-design. With an extensive contact book of industry experts, Jen has access to the very best design and trade professionals working in re-upholstery, curtain and blind making, and bespoke furniture and joinery.

What services do you provide?

Curtains & Soft Furnishings, Interior Design, Upholstery, Lighting Design, Bespoke Furniture & Joinery

How would you describe your style?

"My style is an eclectic mix of old and new, marrying vintage finds with new trends, ideas and surprises. Using colour is something I celebrate; by helping clients create a palette personal to them and their own style they emerge from the process with confidence in their own choices."

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

"This bedroom project was for a young lady in Richmond upon Thames, returning to the family home after time away at university. Her old childhood bedroom would no longer do, so together we planned a room that could reflect who she is now and celebrate some of her experiences along the way. The brief was to create a room that reflected a love of travel, particularly a relaxed beachy feel, with warm water aquas hues and sandy beach tones, but also with pops of colour to add a little energy. 

The statement piece in the room is a bespoke oversized headboard using fabric by Matthew Williamson, from which the rest of the colour scheme flows. We used our in-house curtain and blind maker to produce the three metre wide roman blind, and a specialist joiner was brought in to make bespoke wardrobes with plenty of storage. We also designed and created a vanity unit to house all of her beauty products. This will also double up as a desk so that she can work from home. The lighting was planned to add warmth to a slightly chilly north-facing room, with zones to create a hotel bedroom feel: ambient lighting from the pendant, task lighting from the wall-mounted bedside lights and over mirror light, but also the addition of lights in the wardrobe doors, USB ports by the bed and under the vanity unit. We chose pastel shades in clay and aqua to decorate the walls and joinery."