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Interior Styling with one of London’s top Stylists: EHG Home

4th August 2017
interior stylist

I regularly talk about interior design, interior design brands and interior designers here on Interior Style Hunter. But there are many other interiors related businesses that I come across daily in the industry, one such profession is interior styling. For those not entirely clear on the difference between interior designers and interior stylists; think about fashion designers and fashion stylists. Stylists work with existing products and designs to style and enhance a space whilst designers create products from scratch. The purpose…

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Brands Interior Design

Interior Style Hunter interviews Peter Humphrey & Louisa Blackmore of Humphrey Munson

27th July 2017

In the last few years, Humphrey Munson has leapt to the forefront of the British kitchen industry with their contemporary take on classic English design. Eschewing the usual kitchen design company format with sales teams and display-only showrooms, Humphrey Munson have blazed a trail with their design led approach and live kitchen spaces at their showrooms in St. Albans, Hertfordshire and Felsted, Essex, so much so that walking into a showroom feels like walking into a real home. I caught…

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Art Design Styles Interior Design

Peter Linnett Sculptures

12th July 2017

I was recently introduced to the work of sculptor extraordinaire Peter Linnett. Peter is based in London and worked for many, many years in antique restoration and this has probably been the biggest influence on his work. He creates functional sculpture, meaning that you can use it as furniture, but they are truly pieces of art. Linnett uses materials that age with dignity and even goes as far to say he welcomes the ageing process as these add to the…

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House Tour Interior Design

Exploring the best Cape Town property with Knight Frank

11th July 2017
cape town property

Cape Town is the jewel city of South Africa, it’s natural beauty attracts beautiful people, and along with them, art and design. The way that people live in Cape Town is almost wholly centred around beauty. Homes are designed to make the most of the mountain or sea views, and indoors, the owners collect and showcase the best design and art that South Africa and the world has to offer. I lived here for 7 years, and living beautifully was part…

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Business Interior Design

In conversation with Michelle Mone

10th July 2017

A few weeks ago I was invited to meet Michelle Mone. Quite daunting I have to admit, we were to discuss Michelle’s new venture into the interior design sector. We all know Michelle Mone as the supreme entrepreneur who founded Ultimo, the iconic lingerie company, and then sold it a few years ago after building a team of 63000. Michelle’s incredible achievements have also earned her the title, Baroness of Mayfair. So it was very appropriate to be heading to…

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Interior Design Interviews

Interior Style Hunter Interviews Ros Wilson of Roselind Wilson Design

7th July 2017

Roselind Wilson is a London based luxury interior designer. This design studio has won multiple awards and work on projects around the world. I met Ros and her sister Geraldine at the South African Interior Designers breakfast and we got chatting, a few weeks later and I was at Ros’ studio learning more. Grant Pierrus Can you describe your interior design signature or style and what is unique about it? Ros Wilson: We don’t have a particular style but we’ve…

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Brands Interior Design

KitchenAid launch their new Black Steel Range

29th June 2017

Last week saw the launch of KitchenAid’s latest and maybe greatest new product range, the BlackSteel range of appliances. The new Black Steel appliance range is a step in the right direction for this brand. Their products are truly luxurious and this range is proving to the market that they understand what the luxury consumer and designer is looking for. It is the sexiest and most design savvy of their appliances to date. Black Steel is ultimately a range of…

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Interior Design

Living in Blue, The Interior Style Hunter Roomset at the House and Garden Festival

20th June 2017

It was so great to be invited back to the House and Garden Festival for a second time around. Last year it was all about neutrals and glamour so I thought that this year it should be all about colour. My favourite colour and a colour I often wear and use is blue. I wanted to explore the concepts of living in blue by immersing myself into a space that’s richly coloured. I’ve specifically attempted to match the walls and…

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Day in the Life Of Interior Design Interviews

A Day in the Life of Sophie Ashby Founder of Studio Ashby

7th June 2017

Sophie founded her interior design and creative direction practice, Studio Ashby Ltd, in 2014 at the age of 25. Before branching out on her own, Sophie learned her trade working for two very different interior design practices. Her first position, as an apprentice to Victoria Fairfax, a brilliantly talented, classical interior designer is where Sophie garnered her love antiques, understanding of colour and sense of proportion. Sophie then went on to head up the interiors team at the small, creative…

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Brands Furniture Interior Design

Gi – Design: The Artisan Approach & The Top Notch Technology Behind It

1st June 2017

I introduced you to Gi – Design a few weeks ago on the blog. I was also lucky enough to see the fantastic water sculptures whilst I was in Milan for design week. Today I want to delve more into the technology, how they work and the artists and craftsmen behind the designs and functionality. The Gi -Design water sculptures are activated by an innovative and sophisticated technological system. The controls have different shapes, harmonious with the style of the…

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