Interior architect and product designer Beata Heuman got her start working for Nicky Haslam. She now has a style all of her own, with a penchant for warm colours, bold prints and multiple textures.
Eagle-eyed Bache Hiscox rounds up work by the most glamorous interior designers. This image, for example, from the home of decorator Christopher Gibbs, is a masterclass in combining disparate textures, patterns and objects for an opulent yet unfussy feel.
Angelica Squire of Studio Squire is officially Tatler-approved, having decorated the bathroom of Executive and Managing Editor Louisa Parker Bowles. Her signature aesthetic is laid back yet elegant, cool but cosy – perfect for an autumnal mood.
Sarah Vanrenen of Vanrenen GW Designs is the woman to follow if you’re a fan of whimsical – yet modern – country house style. Think pretty lampshades, antique furniture and pops of vibrant colour.
Robert Kime may have the royal seal of approval – the antiques and interior decoration specialist counts Prince Charles among his former clients – yet his rooms still feel warm and welcoming. With post after post, Kime deftly proves that smart doesn’t have to mean stuffy.
As interior designer to society names including the late Isabella Blow and Ned and Marina Lambton, Camilla Guiness’s Instagram feed is as dreamy as one might expect. There’s whimsy and romance a-plenty, but rustic details keep things from feeling fussy.
The Duchess of Cambridge is said to have called upon this architectural designer and interior decorator to revamp Anmer Hall and Kensington Palace – and it’s easy to see why. His rooms have an inviting, family-friendly atmosphere, but are undeniably impressive too.
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