Interior design for the way you live


Home: Loch hotel on the Northwest coast of Scotland
Client: Outdoor lovers and new hoteliers
Home: Victorian Terraced House
Client: Growing family who loves color and California’s laid-back style
Home: Victorian Townhouse.
Client: Spiritual nature lover, loves contemporary style
Home: Pied-à-terre
Client: Jet-setting couple who wanted a home away from home in central London
Renegade Interiors


I started Renegade Interiors by planning and designing the family home that I wanted to live in – that I would enter every day with a smile and a joy at being in our own space. I have a strong belief that comfort, warmth and personality should be a core part of a stylish and sophisticated design aesthetic. This basic principle is at the heart of Renegade Interiors: I work closely to understand my clients’ lifestyles and tastes to create features and designs that welcome you in and elevate the look and feel.

Whether contemporary or traditional, I believe a home, hotel or office should have a design “wow factor” that draws you in, welcomes you to the space and makes you want to stay there longer. All too often design seems to be at odds with creating comfortable spaces. They look great but you don’t want to live or stay there. I believe you can have a high concept design that is both liveable and gracious.

My process is to really get to know my clients and understand their needs and tastes for each individual space within a project. I then create a series of mood boards with colors, textures, furniture and lighting ideas to ensure we’re all on the same page. I source unique designs and beautiful pieces inspired by the space and the clients’ own style and present a manageable number of choices for each element. Having lived in London, Paris and Los Angeles, I leverage a network of suppliers that don’t just have “the latest” design but are true craftspeople in their own right. So your space is not just like another other one you’ve seen before.

I called my company Renegade Interiors because sometimes we all need to break conventions and challenge the current norms to reach our desired outcomes. This allows us to have an outcome that allows you to absolutely love your space. That’s my sole objective on every project I undertake.


Please feel free to get in touch if you have a project in mind. We'll get back to you asap to find out more.

Alternatively, please call on 07825 414 351.

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