Featured in the press: The interiors section of The Times Bricks & Mortar features the chic work space from our Richmond project that can be discreetly hidden from view by a large sliding timber door that pockets to behind library shelving in this multi-functioning family home.
Working with an interior designer is a creative, collaborative process and a strong working relationship between client and designer is essential. We’re delighted to have the opportunity to work on a variety of exciting projects and hope our clients enjoy the process and relish in the partnership as much as we do. Find out what some of our clients had to say about working with us.
Choosing the right stone for your home can be a bit of a minefield. Here’s our guide to some of the types of stone we like to use in our interior design projects, plus our advice on which kinds are best suited to particular areas of the home.
We share some of the varied approaches we’ve taken when creating the ideal relaxation zone – a cocoon-like space in which you can truly treasure the time spent together with family and friends.
We look at a few of this year’s interior trends and consider the best ways to update your home, from injecting colour, installing beautiful new light fixtures, extending your existing space or repurposing a room, all of which will instantly revive your space and add value to your home.
Restoring cornicing, coving and architraves in your home is a great opportunity to maximise the aesthetic of your period property and there are a few things you’ll need to consider when doing so.
Featured in the press: We chat to kbbark.com about the key areas of the home to focus on with a view to adding value as well as creating a stylish update you and your family can enjoy for many years to come.
Featured in the press: A luxurious kitchen redesign for a Fitzrovia penthouse. We chat to kbbark.com about how we designed a space that matched the needs of the owner.