Brightly coloured cushions by In Casa by Paboy

Seven Brilliant Interior Designers to Have on Your Radar

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Looking for some fresh design inspiration? Whether you’re overhauling a compact country cottage or a trendy London pied-á-terre, if you’re in need of new ideas we’ve got you covered. Look to these seven designers for interiors with an original touch, a dose of fun, and an extra something. 

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Paboy Bojang of Casa by Paboy Homeware cushions

Paboy Bojang

It’s safe to say that Paboy Bojang’s  In Casa by Paboy cushions have reached cult status. The infectiously clashy and ruffled cushions are the ultimate Instagram catnip for Millennials wanting a bit of a zingy hit for their living rooms or ‘bedscapes’ (the velvety wine red ruffles and baby pink colour combination is just too tempting not to splurge on).

Originally from Gambia, and currently seeking asylum in Italy after living under a brutal 22 year dictatorship, Paboy began crafting his cushions during lockdown that became an instant international hit. He’s now looking to employ other migrants living in Naples and show them how they need no longer reply on exploitative employers. You can donate or become a monthly patron on his Patreon here. /@in_casa_by_paboy

Pandora Taylor

Pandora Taylor

With a background in art and history, Pandora Taylor founded her eponymous studio in 2018. A signature combination of lively colour palettes and attention to detail has charmed clients across London and beyond – and the designer now has projects in Primrose Hill, Dorset, Hampstead, Bermondsey and more under her belt. Her Instagram account, @pandorataylor is the perfect place to look for some fresh interiors inspiration.

Follow on Instagram @pandorataylor. Find out more at

Photo: Mike Garlick 

Fibi Interiors

Fibi Interiors

Fido Fawo founded Notting Hill-based Fibi Interiors in 2017, and has since drawn clients from across London eager to replicate its vibrant schemes. Now a team of three, the studio works on projects ranging from luxury penthouses to traditional listed townhouses and contemporary flats. Whether a statement stair runner, colourful blind or sculptural light – the calling card of a Fibi design is playful, memorable elements offset by functional, timeless style.

Follow on Instagram @fibiinteriors. Find out more at

No Feature Walls

No Feature Walls

Interiors lovers will no doubt already be familiar with ‘chintzfluencer’ Laura Hunter’s @nofeaturewalls account, an ode to riotous pattern with plenty of shots of Laura’s own exquisitely-designed home (which unsurprisingly features some seriously swoon-worthy wallpapers). But the designer has also been busy behind the scenes recently, working on creative partnerships with wallpaper brands. If that wasn’t enough to stay occupied with, she is also currently working on her first interior design project. Watch this space…

Follow on Instagram @nofeaturewalls. Find out more at

Photo: Inigo House

MILC Interiors

MILC Interiors

You may not have heard of Holborn-based MILC interiors – but you’ll definitely be familiar with its work. The team of 11 are behind the showrooms at the new Embassy Gardens in Vauxhall, with London’s first sky pool. Other luxury developments in studio’s books include Bishopsgate Plaza and Manchester New Square, along with sumptuous private residences. If you love clean, contemporary schemes with subtle hints of luxury – its aesthetic will be right up your street.

Follow on Instagram @milcinteriors. Find out more at

Leonora Birts

Leonora Birts

If you dream of a country cottage, rectory or village house beautifully decked out indoors – Cotswolds-based Leonora Birts is the interior designer for you. She also has an impressive CV – with stints at Pierre Frey, Devas Designs and five years at Tim Gosling under her belt. We love her signature blend of traditional English country style with elegant, cosy charm.

Follow on Instagram @leonorabirtsinteriordesign. Find out more at

Photo: Jonathan Bond Photography 

Fawn Interiors

Fawn Interiors

Another one for English country house-lovers: Hampshire-based Fawn Interiors are masters at bringing out the natural beauty of beamed cottages and handsome rural vicarages. Think gently muted, moody colours offset by contemporary lines and cosy textures. The studio also has its own joinery arm if you are hankering for a one-off piece of furniture, cabinetry or fully bespoke tailor-made kitchen.

Follow on Instagram @fawninteriorsstudio. Find out more at




Salvage and restoration experts Retrouvius create sustainable interior schemes which beautifully reimagine reclaimed materials and furniture. Founded by Adam Hill and Maria Speake in 1993, the studio has been around for a while now – but a recent surge of interest in sustainable interior design has put Retrouvius in greater demand than ever before. In addition to interior design, at the Kensal Green based studio you’ll also still find a brilliant array of salvaged materials, furniture and lighting available to buy.

Follow on Instagram @retrouvius. Find out more at

Photo: Tom Fallon 

a bedroom with a chaise lounge and grey wallpaper

Helen Pink

Perfect for those wanting that English country home feel, Helen Pink is all about catering to you and your home, rather than fast and frenzied trends.

Main image: In Casa by Paboy


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