Interior Design Yearbook 2023

Front Cover

Interior Design Yearbook 2023 – Queens Park House, London


Selected for the Interior Design Yearbook 2023

Published every year, the Interior Design Yearbook brings together the best of the interior industry. Presented as the ultimate resource book, it is explicitly aimed at interior enthusiasts, architects, specifiers and essential buyers in the interior design marketplace.

Queens Park project, one of a kind, featured below.

In this English Heritage-listed home, we created a space that reflects our client’s needs and an incredible art collection by optimising each inch and making the design journey enjoyable. Using our trusted brand partners with existing treasured collections, we created the balance and the essence of calm and serenity.

Library and lounge
Dining room

 Project Details


The library was based around two iconic mid-century pieces, a Knoll, a Saarinen side Tulip table in white marble and the famous Mies Van Der Rohe Barcelona chair, with an accompanying footstool. The soft neutral colours avoided any clashes with the books and provided a comfortable spot to relax with a book.

In the dining room -we worked around this incredible and unique Japanese art piece in the dining room space. We found the perfect large yet light-feeling dining table in natural wood and these leather chairs with intricate detail at the back that perfectly complemented the piece.