Top Interior Designers London
As well as an instinctive ability to create homes imbued with a sense of place – and to reflect the tastes of their owners – Nina is also adept at evoking the spirit of a building’s past. The owner of this 19th-century New York brownstone had lived in the building as a student when it was still divided into apartments. The transformation of the house included the design and installation of a new staircase that elegantly twists its way up successive floors.
Nous Design is an international, award-winning, interior design company with over 20 years of experience. They create experiences for people that tell a story whether it is a standalone restaurant, spa, 4-6 star hotel, or a luxury home.
Established in 2004 and based in Buckinghamshire, Oakeve builds its award-winning homes in many of the most prestigious addresses in the South East. Instantly recognisable via its trademark ‘Manor House’ and ‘Arts & Crafts’ elevations, Oakeve is synonymous with luxury and opulence with a commitment to delivering exceptional imposing homes. Without a doubt, one of the pivotal elements to Oakeve’s success is the highly regarded, skilled and dedicated team of craftsmen.
Octavia’s eye for interior decoration reflects her early career in the art world. After graduating from the Courtauld Institute of Art, she joined a leading international gallery, working in both contemporary and traditional painting and sculpture, with whom she moved to New York. Octavia’s design philosophy is that a home should reflect its owner and that it should therefore be entirely unique. That personally tailored style is nonetheless underpinned by her own understanding of color, scene, and harmony.
Oliver Burns is a high-end architectural interior design firm that creates some of the world’s most luxurious homes.
Their multi-disciplinary team has a world-class reputation for bespoke private commissions, super-prime developments, and elegant spaces that are synonymous with a luxury lifestyle, having worked on some of the world’s best international turnkey projects.
Guy Oliver is a London-based designer working internationally on a range of projects including luxury yachts, aircraft, private members clubs, embassies, leading hotels; luxury brands, and all kinds of residential projects from modern apartments to listed English Country Houses and Palaces. Projects published in AD, House and Garden, The New York Times, The Evening Standard, The Times, The Sunday Times, and Mayfair Magazine. He has been included in House and Garden’s Top 100 Designers list since 2000.
Olivia Outred Studio
As pedigrees go, it is hard to top Olivia Outred’s professional progression. Before setting up on her own in 2014, she took a degree in interior and spatial design at Chelsea College of Arts worked under Philip Hooper at Sibyl Colefax & John Fowler, and headed up the interior-design side of Lulu Lytle’s Soane. Olivia brings a fresh, imaginative, and modern eye to classic English decorating.
Oro Bianco is known for its classical, elegant style, beautifully crafted for modern, contemporary living, specializing in creating magnificent architectural interiors for London’s super-prime properties. Founded by award-winning architect Luigi Esposito, interior designer Stefania Mazzarini and managing director Killian Thomas Lynch, this Studio delivers classic, elegant, and timeless results.
An internationally renowned interior designer for over thirty- five years, Penny Morrison’s highly personal interiors are pretty and relaxed though artfully conceived. She layers antique and new furniture, fabrics and paintings to compose an undecorated look. Nine years ago she developed her own collection of fabrics – ‘floppy linens’ when she had difficulty finding curtain and upholstery designs that she really loved.
Perkins + Will
Since 1935, Perkins + Will have believed that design has the power to make the world a better, more beautiful place. That’s why clients and community members on nearly every continent partner with them to design healthy, happy places in which to live, learn, work, play, and heal. They are passionate about human-centred design, and how design can impact their lives through sustainability, resilience, well-being, diversity and inclusion, and mobility.
Peter Mikic Interiors
Creating thoughtful, playful and luxurious spaces. His international projects range from private residential, private jets and yachts to gyms and commercial restaurants. Peter Mikic is a London based interior designer, originally from Melbourne, Australia who moved to London in 1990. Over his many years of experience in the fashion and interior industries, Peter has gained an in-depth knowledge of materials, product design and detailing. Peter’s known for his playful yet versatile designs, his understanding of space, movement and development, and his fresh and elegant style.
Rabih Hage is a renowned architect and designer based in London and New York. He offers a variety of private and commercial projects, constructing beautiful and efficient buildings as well as modern and comfortable interiors, with the right blend of modern life and old-world beauty!
Rachel Chudley known to be one of the new talents of recent years has a very unique style that reflects her passions and humor. She graduated from The Courtauld Institute of Art and after that was in California at The Interior Designers Institute. The interior designer has her studio located in East London, which is staffed by both artists and interior designers, making her interiors truly unique providing a special experience to each client.
Réne Dekker is a leading luxury interior design studio, born out of a philosophy and experience that has spanned 25 years. They have earned a reputation for honesty and integrity which provides their clients confidence in their ability to deliver an exceptional service and a beautifully finished project. This committed approach has enabled them to build long-term relationships with their clients and generate repeat work. They can deliver trend-setting design solutions for residential and commercial projects that embrace grade listed buildings, luxury homes, apartments, yachts, and hotels.
The Retrouvius design studio turns respectfully re-used materials to distinctive, contemporary ends. Taking only a few projects each year, in properties ranging from the contemporary penthouse to medieval priory, yacht to boutique, each is attentively tailored to the evolving needs of the client as well as the demands of the site.
Richmond International has designed some of the world’s most prestigious hotels, in locations from London to Barbados, since they were established in 1966. They refurbish, they restore and they create for their clients, who range from multinational brands to independent owners. They have won awards and accolades but what drives them most is a desire to design hotels that are authentic, intelligent, and inspiring.
Rigby & Rugby
With a holistic approach to design, Rigby & Rigby combine the individual elements of architecture, interior design, lighting, and technology into one to produce some of the best luxury interior designs you’ll encounter.
With decorating in her DNA (her mother is designed doyenne Nina Campbell), Rita Konig is developing into one of the key designers of her generation with her individual and down-to-earth take on comfortable interiors that delight the eye.
In 1983, The Rivière Interiors was founded and incorporated into Robert Young Antiques. Rivière is a domestic interior design firm that focuses on residential projects. Traditional and contemporary styles are used in their projects, which vary depending on the customer’s location, scale, brief, style, and personality. Rivière’s creations, despite these differences, always exhibit their trademark style.
With parts dating back to the 17th century, Robert Carslaw’s house in the West Country had been extended several times before the interior designer remodeled it to create a more harmonious whole, enhancing its period character with a mix of art, antiques, color, and pattern.
Robert Kime, uniquely among decorators, has risen to eminence in the profession via antique dealing, textile collecting and an abiding passion for putting rooms together. His three strands of expertise run side by side as he creates decorating schemes for an illustrious, discreet and worldwide clientele. With an unparalleled reputation as a discreet, tasteful interior designer, Robert Kime has worked on grand houses internationally.
Rose Uniacke believes strongly in combining the old and the new. It’s one of the defining characteristics of her style as an interior designer and curator of spaces. She and her team work internationally but are based in Pimlico, in central London, in spacious premises that serve as a showroom and, below stairs, a design studio and offices. They also work with independent craftspeople in different parts of the country. The Sunday Times has called Rose The Queen of Serene. What Rose’s interiors have in common is warmth, weightlessness, character and an extraordinary serenity. In 2013, Rose won the Andrew Martin Interior Designer of the Year Award, often described as the Oscar of the interior design world.
In 2014, RPW Design was tasked to take one of London’s most iconic riverside buildings, which first opened in 1933 opposite the Houses of Parliament, into its next chapter in hospitality. The studio steered the London Marriott Hotel County Hall through its multi-million-pound renovation under the watchful eye of Elizabeth Lane, Heather McLellan, and Alessandro Tessari. Re-emerging and re-opening with crisp, new interiors – far removed from the maroon and green color scheme that the hotel brand was once known for – while also appropriately making sensitive nods throughout to the building’s colorful past. In short, RPW Design helped the hotel take back its status as one of London’s finest hotels while showcasing a modern and contemporary Marriott International brand.
Rui Ribeiro Studio
Born in Angola and raised in Portugal, Rui moved to London in 1992 to study Interior Design. For the past 12 years, he has been working with high profile clients and collectors in their residences and boutique offices around the world always responding to the architecture and location of each property and to the lifestyle and interests of each client to create well-considered bespoke unique interiors. In addition to creating modern and relaxed, living spaces infused with style, warmth and ease, Rui is committed to the design and realisation of well-crafted furniture and furnishings which are rich in texture and detail.
Salvesen Graham is a leading interior design and decoration practice specializing in classic interiors with a modern twist, working for both private residential and commercial clients in the UK and abroad. Established in London by founders Mary Graham and Nicole Salvesen, who together have over 25 years in the industry, Salvesen Graham offers a comprehensive service, creating beautiful interiors that sit comfortably within their environment and meet the high expectations of their clients. The design team focuses clearly on the client brief, so there is no “house style”. However, we specialize in layering textures and color and the juxtaposition of antiques with contemporary pieces to create timeless interiors