We’re delighted that our Carlton Hill residential project has been featured as The Society of British International Interior Design (SBID) project of the week. We discuss the client’s brief, what inspired the design and our team’s highlight of the project.
This year marks 10 years since Roselind opened the doors of her luxury interior design studio, Roselind Wilson Design, in the leafy residential area of Queens Park, North West London. Here she chats about her 20 years’ experience designing outstanding homes, stunning hospitality interiors and beautiful spaces for discerning clients.
Nourishing our innate need to learn, travel reveals new cultures and fuels new experiences, whilst a change in environment promotes essential internal reflection, healing, and growth. While we may be somewhat restricted in our travels for now, there is a way to reflect free-spirited adventures to come without having to leave home. Introducing wanderlust…
With a whole new emphasis placed on staying indoors, there has never been a better time to re-connect with the spaces we call home. However, creating a comfortable space that is both functional and beautiful is not always as straight forward as it first appears. So, to make the process easier for you, we’ve compiled the top 5 crucial points to consider when planning future updates in the home.
With the average Brit spending 90% of their time indoors due to the current pandemic, the composition of our home has a much bigger impact on our lifestyle and wellbeing than initial thoughts suggest. On the intriguing path towards an aesthetically pleasing interior, there are many elements to consider – none more so than spatial…
Your entrance hallway is the space in your home that makes that all-important first impression when welcoming guests. We look at the variety of bold, visually exciting hallways we’ve designed in our recent projects, and share our top tips on how to create the warmest of welcomes.
With spring finally here, now is the perfect time to start planning a refreshing update or full refurbishment for your home. To provide some inspiration, we look at the top interior design trends for spring/summer 2020.
In the second of our series of behind-the-scenes blogs, we talk you through the design of the contemporary kitchen in our Belsize Park project. Formerly a reception room, we reconfigured the space as a kitchen to make the most of the high ceilings and grand proportions.