Article originally published on May 21, 2020 Covet House is known for its design experiences and Covet London is an intimate encounter attached to an authentic scenario. Conceived with different collections of furniture, lighting, and accessories, Covet London has now a new image, with fresh designs, that represent a totally different experience. If you liked the […]
Article originally published on Oct 18, 2019 Martyn Lawrence Bullard is a multi-award-winning Los Angeles based interior designer, renowned for his broad range of styles and his always inviting interiors. Bullard’s extraordinary attention to detail and commitment to quality have won him international acclaim, being featured permanently in top publications such as Elle Decor or Architectural Digest. […]
Published on: Nov 15, 2019 Lighting is one of the most important elements when we talk about interior design – it changes the atmospheric mood of a room, creates a powerful sense of identity and transforms your interiors into a seamless combination of functionality and style. Covet Lighting is here to answer all your questions lighting-wise and, today, we have a […]
Brinkworth are a 40 strong, multi-disciplined, design consultancy, covering domestic and retail interiors, furniture design, and hotels and bars. Known for their work with fashion brands such as Karen Millen and All Saints, Brinkworth are also renowned for their domestic architecture and design, and are currently working on a house for the artist, Dinos Chapman.
Paul Douglas & Siobhan Mooney
Scotland based pair Paul Douglas and Siobhan Mooney have been working together for many years. Their style has a classical influence and they attract many UK and international clients.
They combine luxury fabrics and furniture to reflect contemporary living for clients that require attention to detail and an elegant easy style.
Wiltshire’s Robert Kime began his career trading in antiques whilst at Oxford University. Since then he has worked internationally for exclusive clients, most notably Prince Charles. His traditional designs are renowned for being high quality and he sells his own fabrics, furniture and artifacts through his shop in Kensington.
Creative director and designer Ilse Crawford creates global brand identities by tapping into their emotional values and making them visible and tangible through design. Her studio¹s portfolio includes Soho House New York, Cecconis, Grand Hotel Stockholm and the recent launch of the Inns brand. Ilse is also head of department for Man and Wellbeing at Design Academy Eindhoven. She is curator of an international touring exhibition, 1% water; shaping a new water consciousness and is co-writing a book with Jane Withers for Phaidon. Current projects include Soho Beach House Miami and Kettners.
Shaun Clarkson ID
Shaun originally trained as a fine artist and started his career designing west-end bars and clubs notably Bartok, Tokyo Joes and Sugar (Cardiff). In recent years he has focused on the restaurant trade, working specifically on the award-winning Cheyne Walk Brasserie, Chelsea and the Abbey Tavern, in Kentish Town. Success stories of late have included La Pigalle and the Ronnie Scotts refurbishment. Shaun has a strong working relationship with the Mean Fiddler Group, whose many bars and clubs he has helped to develop.
Tara Bernerd is the Head of Design and CEO of Target Living and buying into current style is foremost at Tara Bernard’s company. A favourite of fashionistas, Target Living has built up a dedicated following from those with a taste for the eclectic. Tara also designs furniture for furniture emporium Andrew Martin. Clients have included Chelsea Football Club, Aspinall and Marco Pierre White.
Intarya is helmed by Managing Director Kamini Ezralow, who oversees a team of 10 dedicated design specialists. Together they share over 30 years experience in the design industry and offer a full service, extending from originating architectural and interior plans to creating bespoke furnishings and fittings. Properties are enhanced and clients are guided and engaged at every juncture, with the team maintaining a basic honour and respect for the client’s wishes and lifestyle.
Audrey Carden and Eleanora Cunietti began life with a mid-century furniture shop on Westbourne Grove. After catching the eye of the celebrity local clientele, such as Annie Lennox and Robbie Williams they now design funky interiors for the music and media folk of the west end. Their romantic and eclectic mid-century style seduces even the most boyish of clients.
Nia Morris’ eclectic soft tones are a huge hit with professionals who have no time to design their own home, but want to have a luxurious feel. As a lawyer in a previous reincarnation, many of her clients are also lawyers and CEO’s who relish the ease with which she makes their home feel. Nia has recently joined forces with Emma Oldham & Louise Holt to form Studio OHM. Together their current projects range from a 16,000 square foot mansion in Hampstead, London to a 2 bed pied-à-terre in Marylebone. Their style is eclectic but chic with a strong emphasis on colour, scale and texture.
Martin Brudnizki arrived in London by way of Sweden and after working with top architects and designers he now creates modern sophisticated interiors for high-end clients. His latest success of the new Scott’s restaurant in Mayfair has etched him onto the psyche of major celebrities and wealthy bankers. He is due to launch his own furniture range very soon to complete the bespoke service that he already offers.