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Juliette’s Chelsea-based architectural interior design consultancy has established a reputation for creating elegant and sophisticated interiors which blend the classic with the contemporary. Whether co-ordinating a building site, managing an office of designers, liaising with leading architects and surveyors or managing clients property portfolios, Juliette’s efficiency and attention to detail has been a driving force in her 25-year career as an architectural interior designer. Her philosophy that nothing is too much trouble coupled with an ability to find opportunities within space and existing designs where others might see flaws helps bring clients back time and again. Expect serene interiors, often executed with a muted palette, specially designed bespoke furniture, and a deft blend of old and new. Juliette graduated from The Chelsea School of Art and then trained at Conran. She is a member of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID). Juliette also lectures regularly at the Inchbald School of Design.
International Property Awards - Best Interior Design, London 2010
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Chelsea townhouse 2
London bridge apartment
Country house 2
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It is always a pleasure to light one of Juliette's interior design schemes for high-end residential projects. The attention to detail is excellent and they always add lovely little twists to their scheme that add to the design.
12 June, 2017
Commented: What is the paint colorThe paint colour is Slate 1 - Eggshell emulsion by Paint & Paper :)
10 September, 2019
Commented: island light fixtureDear Jennifer, We are glad that you like it. The chandelier is called Calamaro 15 , in bronze finish.
1 July, 2019
Commented: wall colour in an inner roomWould you consider using wallpaper in this room? A light shade grass cloth textured wallpaper would look great and make the room feel very cosy
19 March, 2018
Commented: how can i make this hallway look larger and uplift itI agree with the comments above, a roman blind would look really smart. I would also suggest a radiator cover to go over the whole radiator.
18 March, 2018