Simplicity, suitability & proportion


Commerical Projects

Contemporary Urban Design


In the Detail

Little details are vital. Little things make big things happen



Taking your style outside



Capturing the spirit of the client

3D Visualisation

See your new design unfold

“Loved possessions add personality”

Billy Baldwin

I am an Interior Designer based in Northamptonshire & North London.

Design has always been important to me and is now my main focus having graduated from The Inchbald School of Design after completing a “Certificate in Interior Decorating”

For me, the key elements to good design are “Simplicity”, “Suitability” and “Proportion”. A house must work aesthetically and ergonomically and my aim is to create a beautiful and functional space but above all this space is the client’s home and wants to reflect their individuality and enhance the way in which they live in their home.

Design permeates into every part of our daily lives from the utilitarian objects in the kitchen to the exquisite masterpiece hanging on the wall of the Drawing Room, It is where the ancient is applauded and often reinvented and where modern day materials are moulded into modern classics.

Provisional Associate Member of the BIID.

View some of my work

“Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication”

Leonardo Di Vinci

Design is about discovery: researching, searching, being aware, photographing new ideas be they, fabrics, art works, furniture, scenery, combining colours often inspired by the natural world and the use of lighting.

Prior to my course at The Inchbald, I worked in industry as a qualified Company Secretary working for a number of London-based companies. From my time within this profession and from the many years of involvement with property, I have learnt the importance of seeing a project from all perspectives,

combined with the requirement for clear communication, to understand the clients and most importantly to deliver an efficient and professional job. I have been involved for many years in Charity work, both for the NSPCC and more recently , The Royal Parks. I have two grown up children.

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