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Today, we will present you another Top Interior Designer UK: Juliette Byrne. Juliette Byrne prides herself on creating individual designs, thoughtfully mixing clients’ existing pieces with bespoke items. Her projects are amazing and we want to share some of them with you. Take a look!
As one of the Top Interior Designers UK, Juliette has won the 2010 Interior Design category UK Property Award from the International Property Awards. She has also been successfully nominated as one of the Top 100 designers and decorators in the UK by House and Garden.
The team works in the UK and internationally. Juliette’s long established in house property management team offers an expert service which is personal and tailored to individual needs. The team responds to any issues both promptly and professionally.
Her boutique hotel project, Chalet Floralie which is located in the Alps, has been voted Top 5 family chalets by House & Garden (December 2010).
Whether co-coordinating 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 is that nothing is too much trouble if coupled with an ability to find opportunities within space and existing designs where others might see flaws, this way it helps bring clients back. Expect serene interiors, often executed with a muted palette, specially designed bespoke furniture, and a deft blend of old and new.