Interiors

A Guide to the Planning Process by Sophie Bates

A Guide to the Planning Process

When looking to extend or build a new home, gaining planning permission is a necessary but sometimes tricky requirement.  Having worked as a residential architect for twenty years, here are my recommendations to making the process as smooth and successful as possible.

Why Move When You Can Transform?

Why Move When You Can Transform?

Interior designer Anne-Marie Taylor and husband David, had been in their Putney property for about eight years and, self-confessed change junkies, felt it was time to move on. Looking around they realised that the cost of moving would be so great that they would hardly have any budget left to decorate their new home. Instead […]

Inspiring Home Tour: Interior Designer's Balham Apartment

Inspiring Home Tour: Interior Designer’s Balham Apartment

Interior designer Angela Bunt is the daughter of a florist and an athlete, sometime national competitive swimmer, cellist and ex-data analyst. She’s a Kiwi by birth, but lived in Italy before settling in a two bedroom apartment on the edge of leafy Tooting Common, London.

Making Space for the Family. A Lovely Barnes Home.

Making Space for the Family. A Lovely Barnes Home.

London living can become a challenge when you have a young family and the organised home that you had as a couple is covered with toys and the debris of family life. Interior design starts to merge with therapy as couples seek help to bring calm back into their lives!

Wool & Linen Rugs by WAFFLE Design

Wool & Linen Rugs by WAFFLE Design

For many of us, creating something that simply looks lovely is no longer enough. Yes, of course, that is the starting point but to be home-worthy it has to feel great and last also and, increasingly, we want to understand the impact that we are having on the world around us too.

At Home with Art Consultant Louisa Warfield.

At Home with Art Consultant Louisa Warfield

Louisa Warfield, founder of Louisa Warfield Art provides beautiful, bespoke art solutions for private clients, interior designers and friends. She kindly invited our decorclub to tour her beautiful home, recently featured in Living etc magazine. An ordinary 1930’s house, she has transformed it into an elegant yet practical family home.

An insider's guide to getting good press - notes from our Creative Home Business Club with Serena Fokschaner. She gave us a great starting point. Her tips..

First Impressions Count. Make More of Your Hallway

For this Wimbledon interior design project we created storage under the stairs with hanging space and drawers for all the unsightly everyday items. If your hallway doesn’t have enough space, tuck a cupboard just inside the kitchen or living room instead.

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