Featured in the press: DREAM KITCHEN | The elegant, contemporary kitchen from our Carlton Hill project features as the ‘Dream Kitchen’ in the latest issue of Homes & Gardens magazine.
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.