Featured in the press: If carefully planned, lighting not only provides functional illumination, it also plays a vital role in setting the tone and mood of a space. In the Design Chapters of the Interior Design Yearbook 2020 Consumer Edition, Ros discusses what to consider for lighting within the home.
Featured in the press: The consumer edition of the Interior Design Yearbook 2020 features our elegant Carlton Hill residential project. This 5,000 sq. ft. stucco-fronted Victorian property in St John’s Wood has been completely refurbished to allow for a refined yet functional home with generous entertaining spaces, stylish guest accommodation and excellent storage.
Featured in the press: Get the hang of displaying your artwork with these ideas from homes and galleries compiled by The Irish Times, and showcasing our use of leather straps to suspend a framed photograph in the library of our Antrim Grove residential project.
Featured in the press: The latest issue of Homes & Gardens magazine focuses on how to maximise space in your home and features the compact workspace and bespoke built-in cupboards from our Richmond project.
Featured in the press: We’re delighted that our mock-Tudor villa project has been featured in the December 2019 issue of 25 Beautiful Homes magazine. Our clients wanted a relaxed, functional house with schemes to complement the beautiful period features and distinctive architecture of the 1920s property as well as the more modern extension.
Featured in the press: Ros chats to Interior Designer Magazine about her dream job of designing for the ex-First Lady, Michelle Obama and the changing client profile.
Featured in the press: Eight fresh ideas to screen your space – The Irish Times highlights sliding doors and internal screens that can change the mood of a room as well as interesting handles and locks that make all the difference, including the textural details from our Eaton Mews North project.
Featured in the press: In the latest issue of Homestead magazine, Ros offers tips for mimicking nature indoors without the need for gardening skills, including the faux living wall in the basement kitchen and dining area of our Eaton Mews North residential project.