Since we moved to our Cotswolds studio in 2020, we’ve taken time to soak up our natural surroundings, be inspired by classic architecture and embark on creating a workshop-cum-studio where guests can experience our designs in situ. Our journal is a written and visual source of inspiration, design notes, advice and ideas, from schemes we’ve fallen for, to trends we’ve noted.
We love to create Interiors that feel seamless, comfortable and characterful – those are the type of rooms that make our heart sing.
Our designs embrace both contemporary and traditional styles and many of them sit easily between the two. We believe there’s no ‘one size fits all approach’ to interiors. Instead we conceive spaces that feel fluid, personal and practical. Our modern, streamlined schemes are imbued with warmth, whether through the texture of a reclaimed oak floor or the curve of a mid-century chair. Likewise, our classic designs feature contemporary notes, from fluted glass cabinetry to softly industrial lighting.
“Our Cotswolds studio provides us with daily inspiration – from the shapes and colours of nature to the texture of the local architecture.”
Our passion for design is rooted in kitchen interiors and has grown over the years to encompass thoughtful schemes for the whole home, with an emphasis on joinery, detailing and a sense of relaxed elegance. We’ve worked on classic Victorian terraces, large family homes, urban apartments and country houses and our appreciation for many kinds of architecture informs every interior that we create. We take a holistic approach, understanding that design should stand the test of time. For us, that means using natural materials where possible and repurposing and salvaging items throughout the initial demolition process. We’ve also successfully found homes for many of the kitchens that we replace. That’s the circle of good design.
“Having two small children of my own, plus two pets, I know first-hand how important it is to create a home that makes everyday life more enjoyable. For me, using a mix of colour, pattern and artisan-produced materials is what creates lived- in, layered and intuitive interiors.”