Interior Designers

Spears 2020

STEVEN BALLARD

BALLARDS GROUP

Ballards designs and manufactures bespoke interior furnishings. From design through to installation, the firm will handle the entire project to make the whole process as easy as possible for clients. As managing director, Steven Ballard ensures clients receive the best… Read More

FIONA BARRATT-CAMPBELL

FIONA BARRATT INTERIORS

Fiona Barratt-Campbell has been busy designing Monticello, a new development in Rome looking onto St Peter’s Basilica and the Apostolic Palace comprising luxury apartments and villas where Italian marble meets antiques and chic lighting. The interiors guru says she has… Read More

TARA BERNERD

TARA BERNERD & PARTNERS

Tara Bernerd has been instrumental in the redesign of Kimpton Fitzroy Hotel in Bloomsbury, a £75 million refurb that’s entirely transformed the historic Hotel Russell. The Belgravia-based designer’s signature style is luxury with ‘an industrial edge’. She’s been busy designing… Read More

LOUISE BRADLEY

LOUISE BRADLEY

Louise Bradley is a coveted interior architecture and interior design studio, delivering the ultimate in fine taste and excellence for almost three decades. ‘We’re an unrivalled luxury brand, synonymous with bespoke luxury interior design worldwide,’ she says. ‘We are known… Read More

EDWARD BULMER

NATURAL PAINT

Edward Bulmer is leading an eco revolution against paint made from synthetics and petrochemicals. He suggests that natural paint, free from processed materials, is healthier, and has spent the past 15 years fine-tuning his range. ‘It’s our area of expertise,’… Read More

NINA CAMPBELL

NINA CAMPBELL

Design doyenne Nina Campbell has created some of the most beautiful spaces, with projects spanning homes from the Swiss Alps to the East Coast of the US. Having been in this space for over five decades, she recalls how the… Read More

REBEKAH CAUDWELL

REBEKAH CAUDWELL DESIGN

Caudwell is not afraid of challenge and is a self-professed maximalist. A recent project gave her scope to break a few rules when designing a Grade II-listed townhouse, with vivid bolts of magenta, turquoise and yellow giving the once austere… Read More

VIVIEN GREENOCK

VIVIEN GREENOCK

Vivien Greenock began her interior design career at Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler, and set up her own business 27 years later. Her impressive intercontinental portfolio takes in English country style homes, flats, hotels, galleries and ski chalets. She notes… Read More

RABIH HAGE

RABIH HAGE

Rabih Hage recently proved that technology and design can work in complete harmony. A London home received Hage’s finishing touches, with a range of discreet gadgets hidden behind plasterwork and oak floors – meaning music could be fed into every… Read More

ANOUSKA HEMPEL

ANOUSKA HEMPEL DESIGN

Anouska Hempel is celebrated for her command of the Grand Manner – a design technique influenced by classical art, with ‘calm intimacy and subtle layering’. A recent project brings a hint of the Bosphorus to Paris, inspired by Hempel’s Arabic… Read More

KELLY HOPPEN

KELLY HOPPEN INTERIORS

Kelly Hoppen MBE is someone who makes even the most neutral tones exciting. In fact, she specialises in neutrals, finding them the perfect backdrop for more dramatic touches. ‘You fill [the space] with colour: the people, the ceramics, the glass,… Read More

ELLIOTT MARCH AND JAMES WHITE

MARCH & WHITE

British designers Elliott March and James White are best known for outfitting superyachts, and have recently been busy recreating an ‘authentic New York vibe’ inside Renzo Piano Building Workshop’s first condo in Manhattan. March founded March & White with James… Read More

RUSSELL JONES

LAUGHLAND JONES

‘Our work has always been varied and is becoming ever more extreme as we find adventurous clients and suppliers alike to work with,’ says Russell Jones, whose firm Laughland Jones would think nothing of installing a four-storey slide cutting through… Read More

KATHARINE POOLEY

‘We’ve been working on more projects in the US, including a family home in Washington and a private jet,’ says Katharine Pooley, who is advising a growing roster of clients based in North America. She has been overseeing 30+ projects… Read More

RITA KONIG

RITA KONIG

‘The English,’ said Rita Konig in an interview with the New York Times, ‘have never been afraid to seem a little mad.’ She’s a champion of a recent movement popularising the ‘eccentric’ English style of design in New York. Konig… Read More

ANDREW LAUGHLAND

LAUGHLAND JONES

Andrew Laughland of Laughland Jones has enjoyed himself during the last 13 months. His clients have continued to build their relationship with him and he’s been able to take on several new projects in the Swiss and French Alps, as… Read More

PAOLO MOSCHINO

PAOLO MOSCHINO FOR NICHOLAS HASLAM

Paolo Moschino bought Nicholas Haslam in 1995, and has never looked back – the interior design company now has two London showrooms and one in Chelsea Harbour. Moschino and Haslam worked closely for eight years, and now work separately. Moschino… Read More

WENDY NICHOLLS

SIBYL COLEFAX & JOHN FOWLER

A designer with over four decades of experience, Wendy Nicholls is a force to be reckoned with in the world of interiors. ‘The important thing is letting your individuality come across. It’s a very emotional thing,’ she says. Nicholls launched… Read More

LADY HENRIETTA SPENCER-CHURCHILL

SPENCER-CHURCHILL DESIGNS

Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill is an expert on quintessential English homes and regularly appears in House & Garden’s top 100. Her commissions span the world, from period properties to modern apartments. The eldest daughter of the 11th Duke of Marlborough grew… Read More

ROSE UNIACKE

ROSE UNIACKE

The 2013 Andrew Martin Interior Designer of the Year Award winner, Rose Uniacke, has been dubbed the ‘Queen of the Serene’ by the Sunday Times. Her spaces are always considered, with unobtrusive designs which enable each room ‘to breathe’. Uniacke’s… Read More

JUSTIN VAN BREDA

JUSTIN VAN BREDA LONDON

South African designer Justin Van Breda recently brought together lesser-known makers of glass, accessories, tableware and fabric at the Lots Road Design Market in Chelsea – with astounding success. Formerly of Nicky Haslam, Van Breda has eclectic influences: ‘I have… Read More

MARTIN WALLER

ANDREW MARTIN

The travel-inspired design house Andrew Martin, founded in 1978, has been at the forefront of some of the world’s most ‘kaleidoscopic’ designs, which are ‘imbued with an intrepid and itinerant spirit’. ‘When we visit the ruins of Pompeii, the politics… Read More

HUBERT ZANDBERG

HUBERT ZANDBERG INTERIORS

When Hubert Zandberg was asked to decorate a grand bedroom in London, the globetrotting designer manipulated the listed space by dividing a verre églomisé screen and standing each half in the alcoves on either side of the chimney. ‘I wanted… Read More