Top 25 interior design projects by Helen Green Design
Helen Green Design is one of Britain’s leading interior design practices. Led by Natalia Miyar, the company comprises over twenty designers and architects with a wealth of experience in design and architecture, furniture and product development. The company was founded by the late Helen Green in 2012, with a commitment to delivering exceptional design services for clients, a goal which remains at the heart of the business today.

Helen was an award winning interior designer who was a true inspiration to so many. Her mix of traditional and modern design elements were always so effortlessly combined. With soft neutral palettes her interiors always portrayed an overall look of understated elegance.

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See also: TOP INTERIOR DESIGNERS | DAVID CARTER

Natalia took the helm in 2012 and today leads a highly creative studio with a portfolio spanning listed townhouses in Belgravia and Regent’s Park, country homes in Sussex and Gloucestershire as well as private yachts. Natalia has been practising interior design and architecture for over fifteen years, more than half of which have been in London. She has established a reputation for creating elegant, luxurious interiors for private clients, as well as prestigious developments.

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Starflower Blue by Barber Osgerby for The Rug Company. Project by Helen Green Design

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